Pain Management & Rehabilitation
at Middletown Medical
Our Pain Management & Rehabilitation Team
It is estimated that 21% of Adult Americans, or 34 million people, experience mild to moderate chronic pain to the degree that they seek relief from a physician.
The American Medical Association estimates that 10% of Americans are dealing with chronic pain. The National Institute of Health claims that 40 million Americans are unable to find relief for their pain, which is chronic.
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Our talented physicians and staff include those trained in physical medicine and rehabilitation, pain medicine, interventional pain management and sports medicine. We provide a full range of on-site diagnostic testing tools, as well as counselors and support staff with unique insight in this field. Our goal is to partner with our patients when they are managing a difficult time and help them return to an active and productive lifestyle.
Pain Management Program
What is an interdisciplinary pain management team?
It is a panel consisting of many health care providers working directly with you to address your pain with a variety of measurements, interventions and strategies for self management designed to offer a complete program. The treatment is not focused solely on the pain, but takes a holistic approach — meaning who you are and how you feel is as much a part of shaping your treatment as your physical state.
What are the goals of the program?
- Find effective pain relief
- Increase your physical abilities
- Resume work or leisure interests
- Reduce your dependence on health care
- Lessen the need for pain medication
- Better manage your pain on a daily basis
- Improve your quality of life
What condition and illnesses can be treated?
- Arthritic and joint pain
- Back pain
- Cancer pain
- Complex Regional
- Pain Syndrome (RSD)
- Facial pain
- Headaches and migraines
- Myofacial pain
- Neck and arm pain
- Neuropathic pain
- Pain that follows a surgery
- Pelvic and abdominal pain
- Phantom pain
What treatment options are available?
- Epidural steroid injections: cervical, lumbar, thoracic
- Facet joint blocks: cervical, lumbar, thoracic
- Femoracetabular hip injections
- Fluoro-guided injections
- Intercostal nerve blocks
- Intradiscal steroid injection
- Lumbar Discography
- Lumbar Sympathetic Nerve Blocks
- Musculoskeletal ultrasound guided injections for upper and lower extremities
- Radio-frequency Ablation/Medial Branch Blocks of nerves
- Sacrococcygeal joint injections
- Sacroiliac joint injections/blocks
- Trigger Point Injections