Pain Management

The medical professionals at Haydel Spine Pain & Wellness are well-trained in the diagnosis and treatment of acute, sub-acute, and chronic muscle and nerve pain.

Board-certified in Pain Management and employing the most advanced treatment techniques, we work one-on-one with patients who suffer from chronic and acute pain to determine the best treatment plan for relieving symptoms and allowing resumption and enjoyment of everyday activities.

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Comprehensive Pain Care

Haydel Spine Pain & Wellness’ primary focus is to provide comprehensive pain care originating from the spine and various musculoskeletal sources while fulfilling a responsibility to enrich the field of interventional spine/pain care.

As Interventionalists, we utilize thorough history and physical examinations, supported by various imaging studies, electrodiagnostic evaluations, and targeted x-ray-guided interventional procedures to accurately diagnose and effectively treat painful spinal and musculoskeletal conditions.

Our approach to patient care addresses spine biomechanics, pathophysiology, neurophysiology, mechanism of injury, and adjustment to injury/painful conditions. Treatment is provided by utilizing medications, therapy, and a variety of interventional procedures.

Our comprehensive pain care utilizes advanced diagnostic services to create customized treatments for your pain.

An estimated 70 million Americans suffer from chronic pain.

Chronic pain is a major medical condition distinctly different from and more complex than acute pain. Whereas acute pain is a normal sensation triggered in the nervous system to alert the body to possible injury, chronic pain is a state in which pain persists, for many months or years, beyond the normal course required by healing.

The effects, both economic and personal, associated with chronic pain can be significant. They include loss of income; debt from costly medical treatment; impaired mobility; and anxiety and depression.

The causes of chronic pain are not always clear. Past traumatic injuries, congenital conditions, cancer, arthritis, or other disorders may seem to be obvious culprits, but, in many cases, finding the source of chronic pain is difficult. This makes it hard to treat, so pain management usually takes a multidisciplinary approach.