Conditions We Treat- Our goal at Avondale Pain Management and Treatment in Avondale Arizona is to treat your condition, not just manage your pain.
Our doctors are trained to implement Interventional Pain Management techniques and will work to offer pain relief within the first few visits, often avoiding heavy medication and surgery. We offer New Patient Concierge Service and appointments within 48 hours.
If you are experiencing pain for longer than four weeks, you should see a pain specialist. Early intervention can increase your chance of complete recovery, and prolonging professional treatment can severely worsen your condition.
If you or a loved one have been involved in a car accident in Avondale Arizona we will work with your attorney on a lien basis so you don’t have to pay out of pocket.
*once the cause of the pain is determined, a personalized therapy program will be recommended by our physicians
For more information about Conditions We Treat at Avondale Pain Management and Treatment and the treatments we offer call (623) 232-0756 or fill out our on-line inquiry form.
Avondale Pain Management and Treatment offers interventional pain management and manipulation under anesthesia as well as classic pharmacotherapy and surgery. Our clinic includes practitioners from multiple disciplines ranging from Sedative Physical medicine to pain management with anesthesiology. With this interdisciplinary approach, we are able to treat the root cause of the problem, and not just the symptoms. You do not have to live with pain; there is a solution. Call and schedule an appointment today. 623-463-1000
More often than not when the spine becomes injured it will more than likely degenerate without the proper care given at the time of injury or insult, the discs that lie between the vertebrae of the spine begin to bulge. Bulging discs cause discomfort by irritating the surrounding nerves. There are several treatments available to relieve your pain such as facet injections, medial branch blocks, and radiofrequency ablation to manipulation under anesthesia. In chronic cases we even offer spinal surgery. Call us today and schedule a free initial evaluation with one of our pain specialists and or our orthopedic surgeon.
For more information about Avondale Pain Management and Treatmentand the treatments we offer call (623) 232-0756 or fill out our on-line inquiry form.
If you or a loved one has been in a car or any other motor vehicle accident we are experts at delivering interventional pain management in tandem with your medical, Chiropractic and/or Physical therapy treatment. Many times although your Chiropractic/medical or physical therapy is helping there are just time when interventional pain management can make all the difference in the world in your treatment because our specific pain management treatments are guided towards decreasing the inflammatory process by directing injecting or ablating the guilty nerves that are inflamed and hindering the results that your chiropractic or medical treatment should be affording you. It is our philosophy to work with your current healthcare practitioner.
The neck is a complex system of joints, ligaments, discs and muscles, any number of which can become injured and likely deteriorate all the while causing you pain. Whether your neck pain was brought on by a traumatic injury or is the result of a chronic condition, our team of doctors will give seek out the root cause of your problem with a proper diagnosis and prescribe a treatment system that can result in reducing or completely eliminating the pain.
Of the five types of arthritis, which in general means joint inflammation. Our Physicians at Avondale Pain Management and Treatment are specialized in treating the wide variety of arthritis-related symptoms and offer interventional pain management to relieve your pain and increase joint mobility. Call and schedule an appointment today.
For more information about West Valley Pain Solutions and the treatments we offer call (623) 232-0756 or fill out our on-line inquiry form.
Degenerative Disc Disease occurs when faulty movement of the vertebrae of the spine from trauma, poor posture or repetitive micro traumas cause abnormal wear-and-tear on the joints within the spine. This damage occurs due to misalignment of the vertebrae; accordingly, it is important to address spinal problems before they can cause damage. Deterioration of the joints can also cause discs to herniate or bulge, further irritating nerves and causing additional discomfort. Our team of doctors will give a professional diagnosis and prescribe a treatment system that can stop the damage and reduce or completely eliminate the pain.
Peripheral neuropathy refers to conditions in which nerve damage has occurred due to injury, nerve-related disease, or as a side effect of another illness. Sometimes diabetes can cause this condition other times you can have neuropathy that is caused by prescription drugs if you are being treated for high cholesterol. This family of drugs that are commonly prescribed for lowering your cholesterol are in the family of drugs called “Statins”. The Statin drugs are a major cause or peripheral neuropathy and although the drug manufacturers claim there is little to worry about and that their particular brand of Statins does not cause peripheral nerve pain please listen to the fast talking guy on the TV commercials list of symptoms or look up the side effects of your medication or speak to your pharmacist. At Avondale Pain Management and Treatment, we are equipped to offer a multidisciplinary approach to treat pain symptoms caused by peripheral neuropathy.
Failed Back Surgery Syndrome (FBSS) is when an individual has undergone surgery to the back or neck that did not improve their condition and therefore “Failed”. Believe it or not more than 40% of back and neck surgery is unnecessary so failed back syndrome is a very real and common iatrogenic (doctor caused) condition. West Valley Pain Solution calls upon its Chiropractors, Osteopathic and orthopedic Medical doctors to determine what your best plan of action is. Obviously seeing you before you have become a FBSS statistic would be ideal but we also have solutions for your FBSS. Some patients with FBSS may even have experienced a worsening of their condition after surgery. The good news is that it is unlikely that your chronic back pain will require surgery. There are numerous less invasive and more successful treatments you can choose from: trigger point injections, epidural injections, and even Radiofrequency Ablation. Schedule a free consultation with one of our pain specialists and find out which may be right for you.
Avondale Pain Management and Treatment offers a very specific type of sedative physical medicine treatment for frozen shoulder called manipulation under anesthesia. Typically when you have a true frozen shoulder you will still be able to work with your affects arm/shoulder in the area directly in front of your chest and abdomen. However the true frozen shoulder patient has trouble with tasks of daily living above the shoulder level and especially behind the back like when trying to put on a shirt or under garments such as a Tee shirt or bra. Most people who have frozen shoulder don’t even know it because they just change their daily activities and can be fooled by the fact that they can have full range of motion while working with their arms in front of their body. Typically frozen shoulder will be present for a few days to a few months and can be very temperamental and even go away for a few days and then show up with a vengeance. Treatment of frozen shoulder is typically steroid injections but the injections really only help with the inflammation and does not attend to the real cause of the problem which is an excessive buildup of scar tissue which restricts the joints and adheres to the nerves supplying the surrounding tissues of the joint rendering movement in certain positions nearly impossible as well as painful.
The physicians at Avondale Pain Management and Treatment offer frozen shoulder treatment or sedative physical medicine known as manipulation under anesthesia.
Headaches are definitely a daily nuisance for a multitude of Phoenicians. Many are plagued by migraines, which are intense headaches frequently accompanied by nausea and altered sensory perception. You do not have to suffer in silence; Avondale Pain Management and Treatment offers multiple interdisciplinary treatments for headaches and migraines. These treatment range from trigger point injections, facet injections, epidural steroid injections to Occipital Nerve Injections Call our office to schedule a free consultation and find out the many ways we can help.
Spinal Discs are pillow that have two purposes to act like shock absorbers as well as acting like a ligament or tendon holding the spine together. These multi-function discs lie in between the vertebrae of the spine in order to provide cushion to the spine and surrounding nerves and keep the spine vertebrae intact with the vertebrae above and below. Traumatic injury or even normal wear-and-tear can cause discs to herniate and put pressure on corresponding nerves, causing pain and/or tingling in one or more areas of your body. If you have a herniated disc in your neck often it will give you symptoms of pain or numbness into your arms. If the herniated disc is in your neck it can result in leg pain. Of particular interest is the fact that the arm or leg pain can be on one or both sides. Delaying the specific and proper treatment will typically cause additional damage to the disc, nerve, and other parts of your spine. Avondale Pain Management and Treatmentoffers several treatment options.
As a weight-bearing joint, the hip is designed to support our bodies while still permitting a large range of motion. Both injury and normal wear-and-tear can cause damage to the joint, leading to a number of painful conditions.
Perhaps the most common source of hip pain is arthritis, which can also affect other joints of the leg. The hips and legs can also be painful due to sporting activity, which can lead to irritated or injured ligaments, tendons, joints, or muscles. Sometimes discomfort in the legs can include burning or tingling. These symptoms may be a sign of radiculopathy.
We provide a comprehensive and multidisciplinary approach to your pain. If you suffer from chronic hip or leg pain, please call us to schedule an appointment today!
For more information about Avondale Pain Management and Treatment and the treatments we offer call(623) 232-0756 or fill out our on-line inquiry form.
Avondale Pain Management and Treatment is very adept at treating all work-related chronic or acute pain conditions. Our physicians usually prepare documentation for your attorney within several days of the visit.
Low back pain is the number one cause of missed work in our society today. Injury, chronic conditions, and a number of lifestyle factors may be at the root of your discomfort. Severe or chronic back pain absolutely should be discussed with a Avondale Pain Management and Treatment physician. Depending on the type and severity of your condition, we have a number of treatments to help you feel better fast. Our team of doctors will give a professional diagnosis and prescribe a treatment system that can result in reducing or completely eliminating the pain.
Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD) or Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) is an incurable, chronic condition in which the nervous system sends painful signals that cause burning sensations, swelling, stiffness, and altered appearance of the affected area. This condition often occurs after an injury. The exact cause is not known, but there are a number of treatments that can bring relief. Our team of doctors will give a professional diagnosis and prescribe a treatment system that can result in reducing or completely eliminating the pain.
Patients suffering from sciatica experience severe pain that travels along the large sciatic nerve. This vital nerve runs from the lower back down the legs, all the way to the foot. Accordingly, patients often describe the pain as shooting from the lower back down one or both legs. Although sciatica is highly uncomfortable, the Pain Relief Center offers several treatment options to help you find relief. Our physicians will make a professional diagnosis and prescribe a custom treatment to reduce or completely eliminate the symptoms. Call us today to schedule a free consultation with one of our pain specialists.
Spinal stenosis is the result of the central canal of the spine becoming narrower and putting pressure on the spinal cord and nerves in the back. Many patients suffering from spinal stenosis experience pain that travels along the nerves into the back of the leg. Although traumatic injury can cause this problem, it is more commonly the result of deterioration and arthritis over time.
For some patients, simple lifestyle changes such as sleeping in a different position relieve the problem. For more difficult conditions, epidural steroid injections or radiofrequency Ablation ot RF are proven to be effective treatments. Our physicians will make a professional diagnosis and prescribe a custom treatment to reduce or completely eliminate the symptoms. If our interventional pain management does not help we also offer orthopedic reduction of your spinal stenosis. Call us today to schedule a free consultation with one of our pain specialists.
Vertebral body fractures are most often due to osteoporosis, so treating that underlying condition is important to reduce the chance of suffering another fracture. Typical symptoms of a vertebral fracture include sudden onset of back pain while performing normal daily activity, a hunched back, and loss of height. Our physicians will make a professional diagnosis and prescribe a custom treatment to reduce or completely eliminate the symptoms of pain associated with this condition. We offer a procedure called Vertebroplasty or Kyphoplasty which is the injection of a cement type product directly into the spinal vertebra to help the vertebrae takes its more natural position of height which allows the vertebra in question to add stability to spine again.
The term “whiplash” is generally used to describe a sprain or strain of the neck, usually resulting from a car accident. However in recent times we have come to recognize that whiplash from youth to adult sports is very common cause of neck, upper back and arm pain. The Pain from whiplash injuries frequently does not appear until the next day or so and when dealing with youth sports is one of the last things that a young athlete or even a concerned parent would associate with sports whiplash. Accordingly, it is important to seek medical care as soon as possible after an accident even if pain does not manifest instantly.
Our multidisciplinary approach is designed to help your body heal, and not just to manage your pain. Call us to schedule a free consultation and one of our doctors will devise a treatment plan that is right for you.