About Us

What types of conditions do we see?

  • Neck, thoracic and lower back pain
  • Residual neck and lower back pain after spinal surgery
  • spinal disorder induced pain syndromes such as lumbar degenerative disc disease and spinal stenosis
  • Chornic Pelvic Pain (Pudendal Neuralgia)
  • Cervical and lumbar radiculopathy (sciatica)
  • Headaches including cervicogenic headache, migraine headache, trigeminal neuralgia, lower pressure headache
  • Osteoporosis and related pain syndrome such as vertebral fracture
  • Diabetic neuropathy
  • Chronic pain syndromes such as complex regional pain syndrome (RSD) and fibromyalgia
  • Musculoskeletal pain including joint, tendon, bursa diseases
  • Non-surgical chest and abdominal pain such as pain caused by chronic pancreatitis and renal disease
  • Cancer Pain
  • Pain caused by non-surgical peripheral vascular disease
  • Post herpetic neuropathic pain
  • Coccyx Pain

What can you expect?

  • A complete medical history of present and past illnesses
  • Thorough physical examination
  • A review and explanation of your imaging films (X-ray, CT scan, MRI and bone scan)
  • Summarizing clinical data and making detailed diagnoses
  • Setting up the treatment plan, goals, and expectations
  • Patient education: details of medication, physical therapy and home exercise program
  • Team work: physicians and patients need to work together to get the best possible outcome. This includes home exercises, weight reduction, physical therapy, and medication compliance.

Pain Medication Therapy

  • Pain medication will be prescribed only with permission from your primary care physician.
  • Current medications will need to be re-assessed at your initial evaluation. Medications may require adjustment or change based on you subsequent office visits.
  • You will be required to sign a Narcotic Consent Agreement if medications need to be prescribed. Failure to comply with the agreement will result in dismissal from the practice.
  • We will conduct a comprehensive medication management plan. This entails combining different medications in order to alleviate pain and ensure quality sleep.
  • Our ultimate goal is to decrease or eliminate the need to take pain medications, in order to minimize narcotic dependence/addiction and adverse medication side effects.

Patient Forms

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