Welcome to Pain Care Centers
Pain Care Centers is committed to providing comprehensive TREATMENT OPTIONS CLOSE TO HOME to chronic pain opioid dependant patients living in rural areas who normally have to travel long distances to receive this type of care. Following thorough examination, patients receive treatment options accompanied with education allowing for an informed choice. Patients are treated with empathy and understanding for their condition and with respect for their ability to make decisions about their healthcare needs.
Treatment Options Close to Home
Pain Care Centers is operated by a group of professionals committed to diagnosing and treating chronic pain and opioid dependency conditions. Chronic pain is any pain lasting longer than 12 weeks and includes Back Pain, Diabetic Neuropathy, Arthritis, Foot, Leg and Knee Pain, Cancer Pain, Hand, Arm and Shoulder Pain, Headaches and others. Pain Care Centers offer the full spectrum of options to manage and control your condition, such as pain medication management including non-opioid medications and proper management of opioid-based medications. We also will educate you about your interventional therapy options such as Spinal Injections, Nerve Blocks, Stem Cell Therapy, Rhizotomy and Spinal Cord Stimulators. We help opioid dependent patients restore their lives utilizing the impactful suboxone program.
The Services We Provide
Treats pain by applying it directly to the part of the body where the pain is located.
Non Narcotic Medication
Non-opioid analgesics include acetaminophen, the most commonly used over-the-counter pain medicine.
Opioid analgesics that relieves pain by acting directly on the central nervous system.
Suboxone for opioid dependency
Used to treat narcotic (opiate) addiction. Suboxone is not for use as a pain medication.
Epidural Steroids Injection
Relieves many forms of low back pain and leg pain (sciatica) and help a patient progress with rehab and exercise.
Involves injecting a small amount of local anesthetic (numbing agent) and/or steroid medication, which can anesthetize the facet joints and block the pain.
Designed to diagnose and treat pain and inflammation from sacroiliac joint dysfunction.
Hip, Knee, Ankle, Shoulder, Elbow, Wrist Injections
Outpatient procedure that administers medication directly into an affected joint. The injections may be used for diagnostic or therapeutic purposes.
The injection of nerve-numbing medication into a specific area of the body.
Rhizotomy (burning nerve)
A non-surgical procedure which lesions (burns) the nerves carrying pain from your facet joints to your brain.
Spinal Cord Stimulator Implantation
A device is surgically placed under your skin and sends a mild electric current to your spinal cord.
PRP and Stem Cell Therapy
therapy utilizes platelets taken from the patient’s own blood to rebuild damaged tendons or cartilage.