To improve your quality of life by targeting pain at its source
To be the destination of choice in the southeast for patients suffering from chronic and acute pain
Our goal is to utilize patients’ medical histories to:
- Correctly diagnose their condition
- Avoid repeating previously unsuccessful treatments
- Determine the most appropriate treatment
We are always interested in hearing your perspective as oftentimes you have unique insights into your own pain and can guide us in formulating a successful treatment plan. Hopefully we can work together to understand your needs and improve your quality of life.
We pride ourselves in having a friendly caring staff, and our office is committed to offering you treatment options ranging from simple medication adjustments to state-of-the-art pain management techniques. In addition, we collaborate with a network of colleagues who are experts in different specialties and arrange referrals as needed.
We value our patients and the trust they place in us, and we always strive to provide the highest possible quality of care in the warmest friendliest environment.
Pain management, 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.
Our Services include:
- Therapeutic Injections for Back, Neck, Hips and Shoulder
- MRI, X-Rays, Laboratory Studies as Necessary
- EMG and Nerve Conduction Studies
- Complete Musculoskeletal Evaluation
- Long-Term Medication Management of Chronic Painful Medical Conditions
Questions & Answers
Can I get medications changed?
Medications are reevaluated on every visit. We will rely on you to let us know if they are ineffective or cause intolerable side effects
Do I have to do a urine drug screen? Why?
Urine Drug Screens are routinely done in virtually every pain doctor’s office across the country. This is consistent with practice guidelines and standards of care that we all must follow.