Pain Management Specialist

There are 50 million Americans who suffer from chronic pain, which is defined as any pain lasting more than 3 months. This type of pain is associated with certain diseases, conditions and injuries. At the Center for Musculoskeletal Disorders, we strive to provide relief to anyone suffering from chronic pain. Our Center focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of pain using a variety of techniques that, when combined with a comprehensive, personalized approach, provides relief for our patients.

Pain management is the branch of medicine that utilizes an interdisciplinary approach to ease the suffering and improve the quality of life for those living with pain. From headaches to nerve pain and osteoarthritis, all are treated with thoughtful and compassionate care.

Our pain management specialist diagnose and assess conditions, provide treatments and counsel both patients and their families. They employ a wide array of services in the categories of physical therapy, bracing, injections and medications. Your treatment plan is tailored to meet your specific needs, circumstances, and preferences.

At our practice, we strive to provide convenience of care, from our online appointment and medical intake forms, to the personalized approach you will experience from your very first visit. We focus not just on the pain, but on the whole person.

Pain Management Conditions

Our pain specialist have extensive training specially to assess, diagnose and treat pain-related injuries and conditions, including back and neck pain, pinched nerves and chronic pain .

Your medical history, a physical exam and possibly diagnostic imaging such as an X-ray, CAT Scan or MRI may be utilized by our specialist to provide a diagnosis and the best treatment plan.

Common pain symptoms that may be affecting you quality of life can include muscle spasms, numbness, joint pain, tingling or pain that keeps you awake at night. If you are experiencing any of the aforementioned symptoms or you have been experiencing for more than a few days you may want to have a pain specialist provide you with a diagnosis.

Common Pain Treatments

The overwhelming majority of our patients do no require surgery. The specialist at The Center For Musculoskletal Disorders provide the most current and advanced conservative pain treatment methods to decrease your symptoms. For pain that is less responsive to traditional approaches, we can provide injections and pharmacological treatments.

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