Nonsurgical Pain Management

At Central Indiana Orthopedics, we understand pain can be debilitating. Our nonsurgical pain management team is committed to providing patients access to the latest treatments and advanced techniques to help manage and treat a variety of acute and chronic pain conditions and target the source of pain to alleviate discomfort, restore function and improve patient quality of life.

Whether you have radiating neck pain, back discomfort, physical numbness and weakness, muscle fatigue or muscle cramping, acute or chronic pain, our specialists are trained and experienced in diagnosing, evaluating and treating physical discomforts due to the musculoskeletal and nervous systems.

Candidates for nonsurgical pain management may include:

  • Patients who have acute or chronic pain
  • Patients who are not candidates for surgery
  • Patients who wish to avoid surgery, if possible
  • Patients who have failed to get relief from surgery

Our nonsurgical pain management team includes physicians trained in physical medicine and rehabilitation and interventional pain medicine. Conservative treatments, such as electromyography (EMG) or spinal injections, may be recommended as options to treat your pain.

Please note, we do not offer narcotic pain management.

Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

Physical medicine and rehabilitation, also known as physiatry, is a branch of medicine that emphasizes the prevention, diagnosis, nonsurgical treatment and rehabilitation of injuries and disorders and the pain that accompanies them, focusing on the function of the whole patient. Like Central Indiana Orthopedics, physiatry is about patient-centered care and getting patients back to living a full life.

Interventional Pain Management

Involving specialized procedures to treat and manage chronic pain, interventional pain management is an area of specialty that helps patients who suffer ongoing discomfort from conditions and disorders such as chronic low-back pain, neck pain, complex regional pain syndrome or muscle and bone pain.

The practice of interventional pain management uses an array of treatment methods for chronic pain because the pain experienced can vary from mild to excruciating, episodic to continuous, inconvenient to completely incapacitating.

Our interventional pain management doctors understand that chronic pain forces you to live an adjusted and restrained lifestyle and will work with you to assess your condition and develop a treatment plan specific to your needs.

To consult with a nonsurgical pain management physician, call 800-622-6575 or request an appointment online.

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