Comprehensive Centers for Pain Management at Sylvania (419) 843-1370
Comprehensive Centers for Pain Management at Bay Side (419) 693-9459
Comprehensive Centers for Pain Management at Aspen Grove (734) 568-6666
At The Center for Comprehensive Pain Management we strive to provide all our patients with a complete pain relief program. Although we cannot guarantee every patient will be totally pain free, we will develop individualized pain relief programs which are designed specifically to address their specific needs and get them back in to life. We employ a full team approach to treating pain which includes: Doctors, physical therapists, medical practitioners, clinical psychologists, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, and nurse practitioners; along with pain relief treatment including:
Physical therapy and exercise
Tai Chi and Yoga
As the recognized leaders in the pain relief in our region, The Center for Comprehensive Pain Management understands that the treatment of pain extends beyond the physical and often times leads to emotional and psychological struggles as well. We treat the "whole" patient and not just the symptoms to provide comprehensive pain relief.
Nerve Pain Relief:
Nerve pain is multifaceted and often times may seem to have to direct physical causes. Nerve pain is often the result of nerve damage, injury or dysfunction.
Some common causes of nerve pain include:
Illness such as Diabetes and HIV
Disease/Illness (Multiple sclerosis, shingles...)
Joint Pain Relief:
Join pain is often described as soreness, swelling, increased warmth or burning sensation and stiffness. The potential causes of joint pain are numerous and may be the result of a chronic illness, such as arthritis, or may be the result of an injury.
Some common causes of joint pain are:
Accident/injury (automotive, sports, fall)
Damage to ligaments
Damage to cartilage
Repetitive stress on the joint
Common illnesses often related to joint pain
Muscle Pain Relief:
Muscle pain may involve a single muscle or group of muscles. What makes muscle pain sometimes difficult to understand is the area where the patient feels the pain may not be where the pain generator is located; this condition is termed "referred pain". Muscle pain, perhaps the most common of all pain groups, can have a physical cause such as: excessive strain, muscle overload and repetitive movement, but may also be caused by illness or disease.