What we treat

Not all pain is the same

Pain is an unpleasant sensation that alerts the body that something is wrong and can be classified into two categories. Acute pain is temporary and has a protective function, often after an injury. When pain persists for more than three months, it’s considered chronic. When your pain is chronic, it’s time to ask for help from a pain physician.

Kinds of pain we treat

Musculoskeletal: The most common pain includes chronic hip and back pain, herniated disc and sacroiliac joint pain; joint or muscle pain from overuse.

Neuropathic: Pain from damaged or inflamed nerves including postherpetic neuralgia, trigeminal neuralgia, sciatica, diabetic neuropathy, complex regional pain syndrome (often called CRPS or RSD), phantom limb pain, and other nerve-involved conditions.

Cancer: Cancer and cancer treatments can cause severe pain requiring collaboration between your oncologist and our specialists to design an effective pain treatment strategy.

Headaches: Headaches have a variety of causes, including some related to tight muscles or arthritis and affected by factors such as stress and tension. We specialize in treating chronic headaches caused by the musculosketal system including those diagnosed as tension, starting from the neck or cervicogenic, and starting from the back of the head or occipital headaches.

How Can We Help You Today?

Need help? We will be delighted to assist you today, so please call us at 404-778-7777. We look forward to hearing from you.