Conditions we Treat

Types of Pain

  • Chronic Pain
    This pain persists for long periods, is resistant to most medical treatments, and causes severe problems.
  • Psychogenic Pain
    Depression, anxiety, and other emotional problems can potentially cause physical pain or make existing pain worse.

  • Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)
    A baffling, intensely painful disorder that could develop from a seemingly minor injury, yet is believed to result from high levels of nerve impulses being sent by the affected disorder.

  • Chronic Muscle Pain
    Using your muscles incorrectly, too much, or too little may lead to the developing chronic muscle pain.

  • Diabetes-Related Nerve Pain
    If you have diabetes, nerve damage can be a serious complication causing severe burning pain (neuropathy), especially at night.
  • Musculoskeletal Pain
    Musculoskeletal pain is pain that affects the muscles, joints, ligaments, tendons, and bones.

  • Nerve Pain
    When nerve fibers get damaged, the result can be chronic pain.

Pain Conditions

Comprehensive PATIENT Care

Reducing pain & improving function so patients can return to their normal life.

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