Certain pain cycles can be broken with the injection of anesthetic (Bupivicaine) and anti-inflammatory (cortisone) medications. A wide variety of treatment options, featuring the latest technologies and therapies, are available:
We explore the relationship between your current medications and possible side effects. We combine a sensitivity to your distress with a need to reduce medication dependence. Adjustments are closely coordinated with your physician, and progress and results are continuously monitored.
We offer spinal cord stimulators, peripheral nerve field stimulators, and other implantable devices to treat your chronic pain that has been unresponsive to other therapies.
Physical and Occupational Therapists can help you develop skills to function.
Emotional issues that may accompany pain are addressed with the help of biofeedback analysis, hypnosis, stress management, pain reduction training and relaxation training. Clinical psychologists can address depression and anxiety issues to help with pain-coping responses.
Acupuncture physicians and wellness team members offer alternative therapies such as acupuncture, yoga and other relaxation techniques that may play an integral part in your treatment.