In Pain? We can Help.
PMC Pain Specialists are devoted to helping patients accurately identify and manage chronic pain. Pain lets us know that something is wrong in your body. Left untreated, chronic pain actually disables more people than cancer or heart disease. It may result from an injury or infection or be psychogenic, meaning unrelated to injury.
At the PMC Regional Hospital, we combine traditional, advanced and regenerative pain- management techniques by delivering quality, compassionate, comprehensive patient care. We provide specialized treatments for the General Body, Head, Neck, Spine, Hip, Leg, Knee or Shoulder.
- Newly renovated state of the art facility
- Customized level of patient care
- Highly experienced staff dedicated exclusively to Pain Management
- Low patient to nurse ratios
- Comfortable, private environment, less interruptions
- Neuro Stimulator procedures
- Highly Trained dedicated staff
- Convenient scheduling
- Welcoming new patients
Types of Procedures:
Foraminal Epidural Injections: Injections are commonly given to patients with leg and/or back pain to relieve such pain and improve mobility without surgery. Steroid injections can buy time to allow healing to occur and/or as an attempt to avoid surgery after other conservative (non-surgical) treatment approaches have failed.
Facet Injection: a minimally invasive procedure that can temporarily relieve neck or back pain caused by inflamed facet joints. The procedure can be used as a diagnostic test to see if the pain is actually coming from your facet joints. It can also be used as a treatment to relieve inflammation and pain caused by various spine conditions.
Lumbar Epidural Steroid Injection (LESI): a common treatment option for many forms of low back pain and leg pain. They have been used for low-back problems since 1952 and are still an integral part of the non-surgical management of sciatica and low-back pain. The goal of the injection is pain relief; at times the injection alone is sufficient to provide relief, but commonly the injection is used in combination with a comprehensive rehabilitation program to provide additional benefit.