ProHealth Care's pain management experts work to improve your quality of life and function by reducing or eliminating pain and teaching self-pain management. Believing in the team approach, our pain specialists collaborate with patients and medical specialists from a variety of disciplines to develop a care plan customized just for you. Team members may include:
Pain management specialist
Our pain management specialists include those who are board certified in anesthesiology, pain management and palliative care. They use medical, therapeutic and interventional techniques to help patients overcome pain and return to an improved quality of life.
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Clinical psychologists who have a special focus on pain management are experts in helping you cope with the thoughts, feelings and behaviors that often accompany chronic pain. Their treatment plan for you may involve teaching relaxation techniques, changing old beliefs about pain, building new coping skills and addressing any anxiety or depression that may accompany pain.
Physiatrists are nerve, muscle, and bone experts who treat injuries or illnesses that affect how you move. They are specialists who have completed their education and training in physical medicine and rehabilitation who treat or manage diseases using medicine or physical means.
Our neurosurgeons specialize in the diagnosis and surgical treatment of disorders of the central and peripheral nervous system, such as tumors, diseases of the spine, vascular disorders, infections of the brain or spine, stroke and more.
ProHealth Care has an excellent reputation for outstanding patient care in large part due to the compassion and expertise provided by our advanced nurse practitioners, registered nurses and certified nursing assistants. Their role in your care ranges from taking statistics on vitals during routine office visits to assisting during surgical procedures.
Physical therapy, occupational therapy, biofeedback – these are just a few of the treatments delivered by therapists that may be used alone or in conjunction with other approaches to manage or eliminate acute or chronic pain.