When you face pain when you wake up or go to bed at night, it can cause a cycle that leads to a lower quality of life, depression and anxiety. Our team of physicians at Pain Control Associates is here to assist you with back pain, neck pain, headaches, chronic pain and more. Our team seeks to employ avenues that will work best for your particular pain case. We combine surgical options, physical therapy, non-surgical procedures, medication and behavioral modifications to help you live a better life everyday with less pain. At your first appointment, you can expect to speak to our doctors about your symptoms and health history.
During your initial visit, we want to listen to you as much as possible. We need to understand your pain, past accidents and injuries and health history to help us determine the best course of action to treat your pain. We will also perform a physical exam, and we may recommend additional tests to ensure that we are on the right track. Back pain can be caused by a number of issues, including an auto accident or lifting a heavy object that leads to an injury. Your pain can be from inflammation of the spine, spinal fractures, tumors, sports injuries or chronic conditions. We will look at if your back pain is a result of a slipped disc, which means that a disc may be out of place along your spine. We will also look at if you are facing osteoarthritis, a degenerative joint disease.
Depending on the location and source of your pain, we will put together a treatment plan and review it with you at your next appointment. This may include a combination of approaches to have the best possible outcome. We will consider physical therapy, medications, and other holistic practices.
Our team of doctors also assists patients facing neck pain, issues after an auto accident and chronic pain. This type of pain can be hard to pin down and determine the best course of action for treatment. Chronic pain is any pain that lasts for an extended period of time. Chronic pain can occur from headaches, nerve damage, arthritis and more. Our physicians will tailor treatment to you, and it may include relaxation techniques, surgery, medications, electrical stimulation, behavior modification and psychotherapy. Movement and exercise can be hard to tackle with pain but regular stretching and exercise can decrease your pain in the long run and boost your body’s functionality.
We understand the disruption that pain can truly have on your life. We are here to discuss your pain story. Reach out to us through our online contact form with questions and to make an appointment.
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