At The Comprehensive Centers for Pain Management we treat patients who suffer from acute and chronic pain, providing treatment for pain relief. Our staff of pain management professionals understands chronic pain can also take an emotional and psychological toll on our patients. This is why we also evaluate and treats our patients for the emotional side effects of chronic pain such as anxiety, fear, depression, and helplessness. By treating more than just the physical pain, we provide a more complete pain relief service.
As a multi-disciplinary pain management group we are dedicated to providing individualized care utilizing the latest technology and advanced techniques to help you regain function and improve your quality of life by treating, controlling and relieving pain.
Our Board-Certified pain relief specialists each bring a unique knowledge of procedures, techniques, pharmacology, and physiology to provide the international pain management and pain relief program appropriate for each of our patients. In addition, a Clinical Psychologist is available, as well as physical and massage therapy professionals, to provide support as needed.
At the Comprehensive Centers for Pain Management, we recognize that the needs of patients in pain are not alike, so we therefore create our treatment programs to be patient-driven. We also know that patients in pain and their families can benefit from non-medical programs and services in addition to their medical treatment. For those reasons, we will be offering additional non-medical programs to you soon, including Acupuncture, Exercise Programs, Pilate's, Tai Chi and Yoga.
Our staff will work with you to verify or pre-certify your insurance coverage. We accept virtually all insurance plans in our region, including Medicare and Workers Compensation.
The Comprehensive Centers for Pain Management provides evaluation, pain relief and pain treatment for a wide range of pain problems, including but not limited to:
- Neck & shoulder pain
- Back pain
- Lower back pain
- Post-amputation pain
- Post-herpetic neuralgia (shingles)
- Reflex sympathetic dystrophy
- Spinal cord injury
- Spinal stenosis
- Trigeminal neuralgia
- Cancer pain
- Carpal tunnel
- Cervical pain
- Herniated disc
- Joint Pain