Chronic pain can occur after several different categories of accidents. Whether you were injured at work, or in a car accident pain management helps cope with and cure chronic pain. Pain management after an accident includes minimally invasive techniques specifically designed to diagnose and treat painful conditions. Pain management allows people take an active role in their daily physical routine.
A Full Scope of Specialists
The full scope of pain management is multidisciplinary. Pain management includes doctors of different specialties as well as non-physician providers specializing in the diagnosis and management of chronic pain. These providers may include physical therapists, chiropractors, and complementary and alternative therapists such as acupuncturists. At Medical Now, we provide pain management treatment with different specialists under one clinic. Together, all specialities come together to put together an effective pain management plan for you.
Pain Management After an Accident Addresses the Following Areas:
- Neck and Low-Back Pain
- Herniated Disc
- Spinal Stenosis
- Extremity pain
- Compression Fractures