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Getting Your Life Back With Pain Management

Getting Your Life Back With Pain Management

You want relief as quickly as possible when you have pain in your body. But knowing how to manage it can leave you with many questions — one of them being — “Where do I start?” That’s why we’re here. 

We’re a team of board-certified physicians who understands the magnitude of how pain can affect your life. When you visit us at University Pain Medicine Center at any of our six locations in New Jersey, you can count on our expertise to provide the relief you need. Our goal is to help you feel like yourself again so you can thrive and have a high quality of life.

What we treat

Pain can occur anywhere in your body, from your head, neck, and spine to your feet and ankles. It can also be caused by various reasons, such as arthritis, a sports injury, or even a car accident.

No matter the reason for your pain, we have treatments for the entire body. Whether you suffer from chronic pain, migraines, joint pain, lower back pain, pelvic pain, or complex regional pain syndrome, we have a treatment for you.

How we treat pain

Our approach to pain management starts with understanding your unique issues. Our treatments are not a “one-size-fits-all.” Each diagnosis requires a highly customized plan tailored specifically to your needs.

During your consultation, we learn your medical history, your symptoms, and walk through a time of questions and answers to get to the root cause of your pain. We also have cutting-edge technology that provides effective testing for an accurate diagnosis and superior techniques for pain management.

Our list of pain relief procedures is lengthy. Some of our frequent procedures include:

These treatments are only a few ways we can help manage your pain.

The benefits of pain management

Whether you have acute or chronic pain, no doubt getting relief can improve your life. Though complete relief isn’t always possible, reducing its intensity can be life-changing.

If treatment doesn’t completely eliminate your pain, we work with you to help you reach a level of pain tolerance that allows you to successfully live out your daily routine without issues. 

Where to start

Your first move is to reach out to our team. We have the expertise and resources to get you started on a pain management program right away. You can rely on us to map an effective plan that works with your lifestyle. We monitor you along the way, allowing us to adjust your plan as needed. 

The bottom line is — we can help you feel better, so don’t hesitate to start your journey that helps you gain a more physically fulfilled life.

If you’re in pain, we want to help you. For convenience, simply book an appointment online by clicking here, or give us a call at the location nearest you today.

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