Chronic pain is persistent pain that restrains a normal lifestyle by affecting a patent's physical and emotional well-being. When persistent pain cannot be reduced by conventional medical treatment or conventional physical therapy, the patient becomes a candidate for comprehensive pain management.
Individuals who participate in the chronic pain rehabilitation program have: Experienced pain for at least six months; Received reasonable medical and surgical treatments, and continue to experience pain; Wanted to find ways to take charge of managing their pain more independently; Pain that interferes with physical, vocational or psychological functioning and realized that their pain will be ongoing and want to learn to minimize its impact on their independence.
Some of the pain syndromes and problems include the following:
Chronic benign pain syndrome Reflex sympathetic dystrophy, Post-lumpectomy syndrome, Cancer pain, Phantom limb pain, leukemic pain, Neuropathic pain, Trigeminal pain, Myofascial pain, Post-hepatic neuralgia/Shingles, Herniated discs, Post-milligram spinal headache, Migraine headache, degenerative disc disease, Aids Post surgery pain management, Reticular Pain, Somatic Pain, acute/Chronic pain, Arthritis Pain, nerve Damage, Neuropathy Fibromyalgia, Neck & Back Pain, etc...
Some of our Treatments include
Spinal cord stimulator Pharmacological intervention/ Medication Trigger point injection Trigeminal pain Epidural steroid/narcotic injection