Do you suffer from pain? We present short and long term pain management solutions based on each patient’s goal. If your goal is immediate pain relief, we will focus on reducing symptoms. If you would like to get back into shape, running or golf and traditional therapy is not addressing those needs also. Whether you are suffering from chronic, acute or breakthrough pain, our team of specialists are here to help
What is Pain Management?
Pain management involves providing focused on treatment of the specific pain type. Pain comes in many different forms and may be the result of a car accident, an old injury or something that has simply developed and become worse over time. With early diagnosis and professional treatment, we can help reduce the severity of the pain and improve the patients overall quality of life. Our treatments are aimed at returning the patient to their permanent and stationary levels. Self-care and a positive attitude are always emphasized during sessions. If you are looking to book an appointment with a pain management specialist in Aventura, talk to our expert team today and see how we can help!
Pain can come in many different forms, that is why we treat each case on its own merits and our highly qualified pain management team will closely assess you and prescribe the best course of action. . Check out some of our blog posts on pain management, in particular this one where we discuss whiplash.
We have all experienced pain in one form or another. But despite it being one of the most common symptoms people seek medical help for, it is also one of the most misunderstood and ineffectively treated given how different we interpret pain. Plus, some have a higher threshold than others when it comes to handling pain.
Part of the reason is that one person’s experience of the same painful event can be significantly different from another’s. During the initial consultation, we will identify the symptoms that are causing you the most trouble and work on an affective treatment plan with you because we understand that there is no one-size-fits-all approach when it comes to pain management.