Over 70 million Americans suffer from chronic pain, which is a complex medical condition. Chronic pain is distinctly different and more complex than acute pain. While acute pain is a normal sensation triggered in the nervous system to alert one to possible injury, chronic pain is a state in which pain persists for many months or years, beyond the normal course required by healing of an injury. The economic and personal losses associated with chronic pain can be significant, including costly medical expenses, lost income and productivity; lost mobility, anxiety or depression.
Our providors are well-trained in the diagnosis and treatment of acute, sub-acute and chronic muscle and nerve pain problems. They will work with you one-on-one to determine the best treatment plan for your individual pain to relieve symptoms and allow you to enjoy your everyday activities to their maximum potential.
To learn more about the pain management services provided at our practice, please call us today to schedule an appointment.