Every patient and treatment plan for pain is different. Our team of physicians at Pain Control Associates has chosen to focus on pain and provide the best approach to each and every one of our patients. We begin with an initial consultation that will help us identify any pre-existing conditions, former injuries or accidents and the current state of your pain. We want to have the opportunity to get to know you better and allow you to ask any questions that you may have. We will perform a physical exam and may decide you need further tests before we can determine the best strategy to help you live a more pain-free life every day.
When you have knee pain, your daily life and activities will be hindered and affected. No matter if your knee pain was caused by a work-related injury, auto accident or chronic condition, such as arthritis, the result is the same: trouble moving and engaging in your life. If your knee pain continues for weeks or months, it may be now considered chronic pain. This is not always fully understood as it can be from a variety of sources or can be your nerves signaling long after the original injury.
Our physicians always approach our patients’ pain with a layered approach that includes many components that we determine will work the best. We might look at medicine, electrical stimulation, meditation therapy, biofeedback, behavior modification, physical therapy, psychotherapy, relaxation or possibly surgery. We will develop a plan after a thorough assessment and evaluation.
Our team focuses on pain management for a range of conditions and issues. We work with patients who have been injured in a motorcycle or auto accident. We also help patients who have been injured while working and now have an ongoing pain problem. If you have sciatica or neuropathy, we can also work with you to develop a strategy. Neuropathy is nerve damage that prompts incorrect messages or no messages to your brain and spinal cord. You may have numbness, pain or issues with your muscle function. Symptoms can be varied depending on the person. Our team can help determine if you have neuropathy and advise what may help you feel better every day.
We continue to work with our patients to help them live happier lives. Our physicians believe that there is always a way to work with our patients on their pain. We will adapt your treatment plan as we move through the process. You will be the final say through every step of the way and we can adjust our recommendations based on your level of comfort. Connect with us through our online contact form.
It is the mission at Pain Control
Associates, LLC. to treat each patient
as an individual to find the most
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