This condition, commonly called tennis elbow, is a degeneration of the tendons that attach to the lateral epicondyle, the bony bump on the outer side of the elbow.
Foot & Ankle
In the last decade, there have been significant advances in treating rheumatoid arthritis, especially for patients whose arthritis does not respond to traditional disease-modifying antirheumatic drugs (DMARDs).
To treat pain, it must be measured. The patient and the doctor should measure pain levels at regular intervals, as a starting point to diagnosing, and managing pain.
Hand & Wrist
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome This condition is a painful compression of a nerve in the wrist that can interfere with a person’s ability to use the wrist and the hand. Carpal tunnel syndrome is a progressive condition that can worsen without proper care.
Head, Neck & Spine
Neck pain is a common problem that can result from poor posture, wear and tear, overuse, or traumatic injury to the cervical spine. Neck pain can last for a few hours or days, or it can be a chronic problem that lasts for weeks or years.
Hip, Leg, & Knee
Pain in the hip, leg, and knee can result from a number of issues. We can help diagnose and element paint in each of these important areas.
The shoulder acts as a key connector in the body and when it hurts, it can really affect life. Our goal is to provide solutions to get rid of the pain in a healthy way.
What is Pain Management ?
Pain , also called pain medicine, is a type of specialized medical care. It is designed to minimize the impact of surgical pain or chronic pain. Chronic pain, in particular, can be difficult to control. It can sometimes be impossible to cure. Pain management treatment can help reduce pain. It can help patients enjoy a better quality of life.
Who Can Benefit From Pain Management
Pain , can treat recurring pain that follows surgery. It can treat pain associated with spine problems, and pain associated with cancer or cancer treatment. It can be helpful for treating homeopathic diseases, migraines and injuries such as whiplash.
Who Practices Pain Management
Pain , draws specialists from many different medical fields. A pain management specialist may have a background in anesthesiology, physical medicine and rehabilitation, neurology, or psychiatry. Pain management practitioners work closely with other healthcare professionals, such as physical therapists and psychologists. They work together to create a plan that is tailored to each patient’s needs.
Types of Treatment
Chronic pain may be treated with a variety of methods. It can be treated with injections, physical therapy, lifestyle changes, exercise and psychological treatments. Patients take an active role in their own treatment. Patients provide feedback to help the specialist design the most effective plan possible.
Living With Chronic Pain
Pain managements, therapy can greatly reduce a patient’s pain. It can provide coping strategies that keep pain from being intolerable. Although some types of chronic pain can never be completely eliminated, pain management can bring significant relief to many people.