At the ABH Pain Clinic our specialty is in creating individually tailored treatment plans to beat pain as quickly as possible. ABH Pain Clinic provides a wholesome evaluation to find out the cause of your acute or chronic pain. Your consultation for pain will typically include evaluation by a Pain Management Anesthesiologist, Orthopedic Surgeon and a Neurosurgeon. Evaluation may also include consultation from other specialists such as those from including General Medicine and Neurology as well as some radiological studies such as CT scans, MRI scans and X-rays.
Traditional pain management is the standard medicinal treatments that have been used for a long time. Traditional pain management includes pain killers, steroids and muscle relaxants to manage pain flareups. Traditional pain management can also include cold and heat therapies. Advanced Physical therapy techniques such as Kinesiology taping also help in relieving pain without the need for invasive procedures.
Interventional pain medicine uses minimally invasive techniques to address the pain cycle. The priority for interventional medicine is to intervene on the pain cycle and block the pain from transmitting through the body by using a minimally invasive method at the root source of the pain. Interventional medicine is an ideal treatment for both acute and chronic pain and can be used to alleviate even the most complex sources of pain. Common techniques include
- Epidural Steroid Injections
- Joint Steroid Injections
- Nerve Blocks
Surgical options to manage pain includes identifying the deep-rooted cause of pain and treating it via a surgical procedure. Several surgical procedures are available at ABH to alleviate chronic pain depending upon its cause. These include
- Spinal Disc Fusion Surgeries
- Joint Replacement
At ABH Pain Clinic, we treat the following types of pain:
Pain the neck can occur because of an injury, a mechanical or muscular problem, a trapped nerve caused by a bulge in one of the discs between the vertebrae or from arthritis of the neck.
Head & Face Pain
It is common for people to suffer from occasional head pain, including headaches or face pain from a sinus infection. However, it is less common for people to suffer from ongoing severe bouts of head and face pain or craniofacial pain.
Back pain can be debilitating and prevent you from enjoying normal activities. If left untreated, back pain can have an enormous adverse effect on your quality of life and lead to frustration and depression. When simple treatments fail to improve your back pain, seeing a pain specialist is vital.
The widespread pain and fatigue that comes with having fibromyalgia can be debilitating. It can leave otherwise healthy people without a way to cope with their daily lives.
Nerve pain or neuropathic pain can be debilitating for the sufferer. It is the result of damage and/or dysfunction to parts of the sensory nervous system. Nerve pain can be caused by a variety of underlying conditions from local trauma to viral infections.
Musculoskeletal pain can have an enormous adverse effect on your quality of life, along with significant pain.
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