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Pain Management

As there are numerous potential causes of pain, Orthopedic Associates’ Pain Management Team utilizes a comprehensive approach to diagnose and treat the cause of each patient’s pain. Throughout the diagnosis, treatment, and recovery, our goal is always focused on the needs of the individual seeking treatment with the belief that our therapies are being done with them, not to them.

We incorporate all aspects of a patient’s medical background and history with the latest in diagnostic testing to determine what the primary and possible secondary causes of an individual’s pain may be.

We focus on interventional therapy's in addition to conservative treatment medications, physical therapy and acupuncture to decrease pain and increase functions. These treatments are outpatient therapies – can be done as a same day procedure taking around 30 minutes and are done in our office or a surgical center. These treatments are based around the idea that giving a focused amount of medication directly to the site where the pain may be coming from the body to help alleviate the pain an individual experiences. There are a variety of such treatments based on the different sources of pain in the body, procedures are all with image guidance (X-ray) to ensure medication is delivered to a precise location. Our physician has trained at some of the top teaching hospitals in the country in the latest medical science has to offer with regards to such therapies.

Platelet Rich Plasma

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is a new option that is emerging as a non-operative modality in treating musculoskeletal, sports, and orthopedics injuries/pathologies.

Spinal Injections<br />

OADC offers a variety of spinal injections to help relieve spine and neck pain for our patients.



What is a Physiatrist?

Physiatrists, also known as Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R) physicians, treat a wide variety of medical conditions affecting the brain, spinal cord, nerves, bones, joints, ligaments, muscles, and tendons.

Spine Seminar

This unique seminar is designed to help patients learn the diagnosis of neck and spine conditions and treatments we offer from pain management, physical therapy, and surgery.

Our Spine Institute

Our Spine Team are fellowship-trained, board-certified orthopedic surgeon. We offer a full spectrum of non-surgical and surgical treatment of spinal disorders, encompassing trauma, degenerative, and deformity conditions.