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Welcome To Center For Pain Medicine
At Center for Pain Medicine, our expertise is in alleviating spine-related pain. Whether you’re suffering from sciatica, back pain, neck pain, or headaches, our accomplished providers thoroughly evaluate your condition and develop a unique plan to guide you to function at your personal best. Our entire experienced and compassionate staff work together to educate and support you in your path to recovery.
Our new 12,600 square foot facility is strategically designed to assist our team in delivering cutting edge therapies and the very finest quality of care. When you step foot into our new home, you will feel you are truly the center of care.
Neuromodulation therapies utilize implanted medical device technology to interrupt, or modify, pain signals carried to the brain. Devices are programmed to your specific needs, offering pain relief and the freedom to pursue a more active lifestyle.
Sacroiliac joint stabilization and fusion utilizes a small implant to stabilize the sacroiliac joint. This minimally invasive procedure can relieve pain and improve function for those with chronic sacroiliac joint disorders.
Interspinous spacer implants provide a minimally invasive alternative for fixation and stabilization of the thoracic, lumbar, and sacral spine. These tiny implants can reduce back and leg pain related to degenerative disc disease.
The most common regenerative injection therapies are Platelet Rich Plasma and Bone Marrow Aspirate Concentrate (BMAC) which, with the right conditions, have been proven to augment healing. These procedures allow a concentration of your own cells or growth factors to target damaged or deteriorated tissue.
Discs are prone to wear and tear from aging or injuries. A weakened disc may rupture or bulge, putting pressure on the spinal nerve roots. This is known as a herniated disc and can cause intense pain.
Narrowing of the spinal canal could cause symptoms such as pain, numbness, tingling sensation and weakness in your arm or leg. Symptoms often tend to start gradually and worsen over time.