Pain Management

Chronic pain impacts more than 90 million Americans every year and finding successful pain relief can be challenging. At ProOrtho, our physicians and surgeons strive to help you manage your pain to reach your health goals and return to an active, meaningful life. Our nonsurgical treatments include:

  • Interventional pain management
  • Spine and joint injections
  • Nerve blocks
  • Cortisone injections
  • Viscosupplementation (injecting lubricant into osteoarthritic knee joints)

Using a rational evidence-based approach to chronic pain, we find comprehensive solutions that integrate physical therapy and psychological counseling, if needed. We draw on a variety of procedures while taking each patient’s individual situation into account, considering other factors that may need to be addressed, such as weight, depression, anxiety or sleep disturbances.

We are dedicated to helping patients manage pain and discover a better quality of life.

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