People in pain need understanding and help…
Today, an astonishing 75 million Americans are suffering with some kind of pain. About 15 million have intractable pain. Without ongoing pain management care, these people would be living in crisis, unable to function.
Some need long-term care that other practitioners are simply unable or unwilling to provide. To make matters worse, some non-patients question whether a person in pain deserves the same standard of care (including medication management) as a diabetic who needs insulin in order to function and survive.
...and proactive special care.
Interventional pain management actively treats illnesses, conditions and injuries that cause pain and limit function. It involves the full spectrum of care — everything from initial diagnosis to personalized treatment and ongoing, long-term care. We focus on helping patients avoid surgery and reduce or eliminate their reliance on drugs. Most of all, we improve their quality of life.
Diplomates of the American Board of Anesthesiology with certificates of added qualification in Pain Management, plus fellowship-trained in pain management, our physicians have met the highest standards of the profession and successfully treated thousands of pain sufferers. With a compassionate, patient-focused approach and advanced minimally invasive interventional techniques, we are uniquely qualified to address the wide range of conditions that cause pain, including:
- Postsurgical pain
- Low back pain & neck pain
- Gastrointestinal pain
- Failed back (post-laminectomy) syndrome
- Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS)
- Reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD)
- Cancer & cancer treatment-related pain
- Diabetic neuropathy
- Arthritis & fibromyalgia pain
- Foot & ankle pain
- Chronic Pain
- Pelvic Pain
- and many more...