Do you know……?
ACCIDENTS CAN CAUSE SERIOUS INJURIES.
Affects your life, physically, socially, psychologically, and financially. 

Together we can manage your pain and improve the quality of your life.

Is the pain affecting your life?
Do you feel depressed or anxious?
How do you deal with your pain when it gets worse?
Can you work with your pain?

We understand the pain, its effect on your daily life. We are here to help you reach your goal of managing your  pain.

Contact us today and start managing your symptoms.

Acute pain                                                                     
Caused by any injury or accident

Back pain, Neck pain
Sciatica, Disc herniation, Spinal stenosis, Spondylosis,Spondylolisthesis    
Injury (e.g., fracture, compression), Whiplash (sudden force injury)
Muscle injury, Strain, Degeneration of vertebrae, Nerve impingement                                    

Joint pain: shoulder, knee, elbow
Rotator cuff injuries, tendinitis, bursitis, carpal tunnel syndrome

Arthritis pain
Osteoarthritis, degeneration of the joint

Neuropathic pain
Pain related to nerve injury and inflammation

Myofascial pain syndrome
Pain in a muscle, which is usually in spasm, and contains taut bands
and/or trigger points, palpation of which reproduces the patient’s pain

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How do we treat or manage your pain?


Medications for the Management of Pain
Non-Opioid Analgesics                
Opioid Analgesics                             
Muscle relaxants                                 
Adjuvant Analgesic Agents                
Corticosteroids
Anticonvulsants                       
Tricyclic Antidepressants                       
Topical Analgesics                
Neuroleptic Agents
Anxiolytics/Hypnotics

Trigger Point Injections
Injections in painful spots in muscles

Therapeutic Exercise
Stretching, Range-of-motion exercises, and strengthening

Maintenance of Activity
Stay active; deal with the daily life and your work,

Manipulation
Work on range of motion, repositioning, and gain the function

Myofascial Release
Releasing the spasm by applying direct pressure on the painful spots in muscles

Bracing and splinting
When appropriate, it reduces the pain, improve stability, and diminish fall risk

Multidisciplinary management
Working and consulting other specialists