Pain Management Doctors

When you suffer from chronic pain, finding relief may seem next to impossible with conservative treatments and medications. That’s because chronic pain doesn’t go away, even if an injury has caused it and it’s healed, unlike acute pain, which happens quickly and then goes away. Chronic pain lasts many weeks and months, often indefinitely. It affects your quality of life, your ability to go about your daily activities, your performance at work, and even your mental health. Fortunately, our leading North Carolina pain management doctors offer cutting-edge, interventional pain management procedures to help relieve continual pain and get you back to living your best life.

Why You Should Choose NCSH for Specialty Pain Management

Chronic pain happens when your nerves continue to send pain signals to your brain, even in those situations when an injury has healed.

Types of chronic pain from which people suffer include:

  • Pain from prior injuries or surgeries, arthritis, cancer, or infections
  • Migraines, as well as cluster and tension headaches
  • Nerve pain such as neuralgias and neuropathies
  • Psychogenic pain where no cause can be found

No matter your pain, if you’re suffering, our pain specialists can help you. Our board-certified North Carolina pain physicians are fellowship-trained and committed to providing the best solutions to those living with pain. We’ve earned a reputation across the state as the leading choice for patients looking for surgery because of our comprehensive, personalized approach to interventional pain medicine and management that addresses a wide range of orthopedic-related conditions.

When you visit our chronic pain treatment center, you can learn about a wide range of surgical and other treatments that achieve the best possible outcome with minimal risks and side effects. These cutting-edge treatments and pain management procedures include the latest approaches, such as:

  • Epidurals, injections, and nerve blocks
  • Prescribed exercise, and occupational or physical therapy
  • Pain medication
  • Botox and more

Your North Carolina pain physician will advise you on the best treatment for your situation. Additionally, our pain management doctors have extensive experience in dealing with complex cases, so patients can rest assured that they will receive the best care possible. NCSH also provides a warm, welcoming environment where patients feel comfortable discussing their symptoms and asking questions. All of this combines to make NCSH an exceptional choice for pain management and surgery. For complete details on all of the pain management procedures performed at North Carolina Specialty Hospital, please don’t hesitate to speak with a pain medicine specialist.

What’s It Like to Receive Pain Management Treatment at North Carolina Specialty Hospital?

Here’s what Jake S., from Chapel Hill, North Carolina, had to say:

“Recently, I had to have a cortisone shot for a bulged disc in my back. If you’ve had one before, you know it’s hardly a pleasant experience. However, the quality of service and hospitality at NC Specialty Hospital was outstanding. The facilities here are brand-new, and everything is state-of-the-art. From check-in to check-out, service is quick and pleasant, and the quality of care is top-notch. A day at the doctor isn’t a day at the beach, but NC Specialty Hospital is a head above the rest.”

At North Carolina Specialty Hospital, we understand that pain can be debilitating. Since 1926, when North Carolina Specialty Hospital opened its doors, we’ve been dedicated to the health and welfare of North Carolina families like yours. Our goal is to help you find the best solution to reduce your pain and discomfort and improve your quality of life. So if you’re suffering from chronic pain, live pain-free with the help of one of our leading North Carolina pain doctors. Visit our chronic pain treatment center so that we can get to the root of the problem and develop a treatment plan using the latest interventional treatments to relieve your suffering.

To schedule a consultation with an NCSH-appointed Pain Management Specialist, just look on our Physicians page under Pain Management and click on a doctor’s photo to make an appointment from his or her personal page.

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