Chronic Pain Doctors & Treatment in Pasadena

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Chronic Pain Treatment & Relief

Millions of Americans struggle with chronic pain due to injury or illness. Conditions that cause chronic pain often go undiagnosed and can negatively impact mobility, mood, and quality of life. Our team of licensed pain specialists care about the well-being and progress of every single patient. Our Pasadena pain center possesses decades of experience in pain medicine and is able to provide you with a wide range of treatment options to suit all of your needs. Our goal is to offer solutions that help decrease your pain, minimize discomfort, and increase your quality of life. We believe that no one should suffer in silence, and our staff is ready and available to help you regain control of your life.

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Board-Certified Pasadena Pain Doctors

If you are suffering from chronic pain that is impacting your day-to-day life, reach out to our Pasadena pain management doctors to schedule an appointment. We specialize in a variety of conditions and offer the most effective and minimally invasive treatments on the market. During your initial consultation, our physicians will perform a physical exam, ask questions about your symptoms, and order standard diagnostic testing like X-rays or MRIs.

Causes of Chronic Pain

Once we assess your information and test results, we can work together to develop a personalized pain treatment plan to alleviate and manage your symptoms. Chronic pain can be caused by certain diseases, conditions, and injuries that effect the nerves.

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Illnesses or Conditions

Chronic pain conditions are often caused by inflammation and damage to the nerves in our bodies. This type of pain is persistent and can last from a few weeks to years. The most common conditions associated with chronic pain include cancer, arthritis, neuropathy, and fibromyalgia, and many more. Our pain center provides a wide range of non-invasive treatments to help patients feel better.

Personal Injuries

Traumatic injuries are categorized as physical injuries that occur suddenly and with enough force to warrant urgent medical intervention. These injuries typically require hospitalization, treatment or surgery, and aftercare. Personal injury can occur as a result of blunt force, burns, cuts, and punctures. Treatment options depend on the severity of the injury.

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Slip & Fall

Slip and fall injuries can be serious and cause severe bodily harm, especially in older patients. Falling down stairs or slipping on a wet surface are some of the most common ways in which elderly individuals injure themselves. Injuries from a slip and fall can include sprains, fractures, soft tissue damage, and even death. It is important to seek medical attention immediately after a fall.

Car Accidents

The possibility of getting into an automobile accident is a risk we all assume when we get behind the wheel. Car accident injuries are one of the leading causes of chronic pain given the massive amount of force that gets exerted on the body upon impact. Whiplash is caused by the rapid, sharp back-and-forth movement that occurs during a crash, often resulting in long-term neck pain that can worsen over time.

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Sports Injuries

Regular participation in sports often leads to overuse and injury of certain muscle groups. While many sports injuries are minor and only temporarily painful, some can result in serious conditions with chronic pain symptoms. The most common kinds of sports injuries include sprains, fractures, and concussions. It is crucial that injured players receive medical treatment right away, even if the symptoms do not seem that serious.

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