Providers at our pain clinic offer consultation services in all aspects of pain management, including administration of specialized nerve blocks for pain control. We also provide comprehensive evaluation and treatment of many acute and chronic pain problems.
Use the rehabilitation entrance at Adams Memorial Hospital. The Orthopedic, Pain and Sports Medicine Clinic is located on the first floor adjacent to the Rehabilitation Department.
Does this sound like you?
- You need surgery (or surgery has failed).
- You take anti-inflammatory drugs but have no lasting relief.
- You have been told there is no treatment for your suffering.
- Manipulations or adjustments help but do not last.
- The more you do, the more you hurt.
- You need to change positions all the time.
- You have deep, pulling, achy spinal pain.
- You lack endurance.
Working with you and your physician, we can help relieve your pain, control your medication intake and get you back to doing the things you love to do. We do not just treat your symptoms; we get to the source of your pain.
New advancements in pain treatment and management are making life easier for patients in our community. If you hurt, now is the time to make the change and call the Adams Memorial Hospital Pain Clinic. Our specialists are ready to help.
What We Treat
- Reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD) causalgia
- Chronic or failed back pain syndrome
- SI joint pain/myofascial pain
- Facet joint pain
- Inguinal pain
- Acute shingles/postherpetic neuralgia
- Neuropathic pain
- Cancer pain
- Epidural steroid injections
- Facet and SI blocks
- Botox injections
- Spinal cord stimulation
- Radiofrequency neurotomy
- Regenerative medicine procedures
- Celiac and lumbar sympathetic block
From osteoporosis to neck and back pain, the staff at Adams Memorial Hospital Pain Clinic are ready to help you. We provide innovative procedures and therapies to support your treatment plan, ease the pain and get you back to living your life.
Learn more about compression fractures
In a spinal compression fracture, the bone tissue of the vertebral body collapses. This is commonly caused by osteoporosis and less often by a tumor or trauma. Vertebral compression fractures due to osteoporosis often occur when doing something that causes minor strain to the spine, such as opening a window or making the bed.
Learn more about epidural steroid injections
Epidural steroid injections are typically used to alleviate chronic lower back and or leg pain. Time frame of treatment varies, from one week to up to a year. An epidural injection delivers steroids directly into the epidural space and helps to reduce inflammation and pain. This procedure is highly effective because it delivers medication directly to the site of inflammation. Treatment can relieve pain for periods ranging from one week to up to one year.
Learn more about vertebroplasty
Vertebroplasty is a safe and effective treatment to relieve the pain associated with vertebral compression fractures without open surgery. The procedure involves injecting bone cement into the vertebrae to stabilize the fracture. X-ray guidance is used to ensure accurate placement. Vertebroplasty dramatically reduces pain, protects against further collapse of the vertebrae and is a minimally invasive procedure performed on an outpatient basis.
Learn more about radiofrequency neurotomy
Radiofrequency neurotomy is performed while patients are awake but sedated. Using X-ray guidance, the physician will insert a needle and electrode into the treatment location. After finding correct placement, a high-frequency electrical current is passed through the electrode to heat up the lesioning and sensory nerve. The heat “shuts off” the transmission of pain signals to the brain, which can last up to two years. This procedure allows greater range of motion, shorter recovery time and less recovery pain compared to traditional surgery.
Learn more about regenerative medicine procedures
Learn more about Vertiflex
BACK OR LEG PAIN?
Have you tried treatments like physical therapy injections, or have you been on pain medications for six months or more?
Learn more about the Vertiflex procedure
- Is there pain or weakness in your legs, buttocks or back?
- Does walking or standing increase the pain?
- Do you lean forward or sit down to increase comfort?
- Do you want a more active lifestyle?
If you answered YES to any of these questions, it’s time to ask about the Vertiflex procedure.
We are committed to providing a comprehensive approach to treating a wide variety of painful conditions. Our goal is to reduce suffering and allow you to return to a more active and productive lifestyle.
Call 1-833-724-DOCS (3627) to set up a consultation.