Pain is disruptive to our daily lives – no matter where it is felt or the cause. Our team of physicians at Pain Control Associates is focused on helping patients live their most fulfilling lives every day. We have dedicated our practice to helping anyone who experiences pain from such conditions as sciatica, headaches, neuropathy, back pain or pain after an auto accident or work industry. We also focus on chronic pain that occurs when pain does not go away even if the original cause has healed or has passed. Chronic pain especially needs a customized plan of attack to help patients feel their best every day and strive to live normal lives.
When you first arrive for an appointment, you can expect to meet with one of our physicians and undergo an initial physical exam. We will also talk to you about why you have come to see us seeking answers to such questions as: When did your pain start? Have you been in an accident recently? Have you had a work injury? What are your past surgeries? By having a clear understanding of what your past health history is and based on our assessment of your current health status, we may recommend tests to determine a course of action. This first appointment is also time for us to get to know you and for you to ask any questions or go over any concerns before we proceed with a pain management plan.
Sciatica specifically is a condition that we help patients with at our offices. This refers to compression on the sciatic nerve, which travels down your legs, originating from your lower back. Some reasons that patients feel sciatica pain are: misaligned vertebrae, herniated discs, tumors or pregnancy. Symptoms may include numbness, tingling or electric shock-type pain that goes along your legs. Our professional pain specialists can determine if you have sciatica and how to best approach treatment. We may recommend medication, physical therapy, nerve blocks or electrodiagnosis.
Our physicians are experienced in helping patients with a range of painful conditions. While pain is a part of life, it should not rule your life day-to-day, and we will do our best to work out a personal plan for you. Beyond conditions, if you have been injured at work or in an accident, it can lead to lasting issues that need to be addressed by pain specialists. Unfortunately, injuries can prompt pain that needs to be managed with a customized plan that may include a range of treatments.
Our team is happy to answer any questions ahead of an appointment. We have extensive experience in pain control. Connect with us through our online contact form.
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