Don’t let pain keep you from the things you enjoy
Our pain and rehab specialists focus on pinpointing and treating the physical source of your acute, sub-acute or chronic pain.
Acute pain occurs suddenly and usually has a clear cause, like a specific disease or injury. If acute pain is not treated appropriately, it can lead to chronic, lasting pain.
When pain doesn’t go away and doesn’t respond to conventional treatments such as heat/ice, rest, anti-inflammatory medication, or physical therapy, it’s known as "chronic pain."
New advances in pain medicine are helping thousands of patients every day. We have many treatment options available. Sometimes, patients are even surprised to learn that a treatment that failed to provide relief before works effectively when combined with additional therapies.
Our treatment plans are individually designed to help you reduce pain, improve function, and maximize quality of life. Treatment goals include:
- Eliminating or reducing pain
- Avoiding the need for surgery
- Earlier return to work / activities
- Lowering dependence on pain medication
Pain Treatment Options
Our pain specialists utilize extensive specialized training and state-of-the-art techniques to pinpoint and treat the physical source of your chronic pain. We work to identify underlying issues that, if left untreated, may be interfering with your ability to find relief.
We begin by reviewing your medical history and evaluating your physical and neurological condition to pinpoint the source of your pain. We’ll ask questions such as when the pain started, how has the pain changed (intensity, duration), what relieves or aggravates your pain, and whether you experience any associated symptoms like nausea or fatigue. If you keep a pain diary, this information will be extremely valuable.
Once we understand the source of your pain, we can recommend a treatment plan. As pain specialists, we provide minimally invasive pain treatment services such as:
- Ultrasound guided injections
- Epidural steroid injections
- Targeted injections
- Nerve blocks
- Ganglion, Bier and Lumbar Sympathetic blocks
- Nerve stimulators
- Spinal Cord Stimulator
- Medication management
- Implantable drug pumps
- Radiofrequency to interrupt pain signals
We'll help you understand your condition and consider all your pain management options including surgery, chiropractic care, acupuncture, and physical therapy.
Pain Management in Green Bay
Contact Pain & Rehab Medicine for more information about managing pain.