What is pain management?
Pain management is the process of providing medical care that alleviates or reduces pain.
Interventional pain management is the process of providing medical care that alleviates or reduces pain utilizes a number of treatment options to treat a variety of musculoskeletal issues. Some treatment options may include physical therapy, back bracing, spine injections and/or medication management.
At Associated Pain Specialists our team of medical professionals is able to diagnose and effectively treat a multitude of chronic musculoskeletal conditions. We look at each patient individually to determine what treatment is best for improving their quality of life.
How does pain management work?
Pain management works by integrating and treating all aspects of a patient’s health and well-being that may be affecting pain levels and daily living activities. Attention to one’s mental health, physical health, diet, exercise, and musculoskeletal conditions are needed to effectively reduce pain for patients that suffer with chronic pain.
Not only does Associated Pain Specialist medical team provide the best in interventional pain management, we also have a network of specialists that partner with our team to treat your pain condition as necessary. Because we are able to use in house treatment options as well as our network of specialists we are able to optimize general well-bring and meet patient specific goals of living a functional daily life.
Treatment options may include:
- Physical Therapy
- Epidural Injection
- Nerve Blocks
- Trigger Points
- Spinal Cord Stimulation
- Rheumatologist, Neurologist or other Specialty Referral
- Psychological Therapy
- TENS unit
- Medication Management