Medical Pain Management

Find Relief from Chronic Pain

At Apex Spine Institute, our pain medicine specialists are committed to enhancing the lives of individuals dealing with chronic pain. We understand that managing chronic pain requires a tailored approach because everyone's pain is unique. 

Prescription Pain Management Solutions

Medical pain management, particularly through prescription medications, plays a crucial role in alleviating chronic or acute pain. Our approach at Apex Spine Institute involves carefully selecting and tailoring medications to address your unique pain profile. We prioritize non-opioid options whenever possible to minimize the risk of dependency and addiction. Our goal is to provide you with effective, safe, and personalized pain relief solutions, so you can regain control over your life and enjoy lasting comfort.

Pain Management for Acute & Chronic Pain

Pain management plans can benefit anyone experiencing pain, whether it's temporary, such as post-injury or post-surgery, or long-term. We're not a pill mill—we're dedicated to helping you find lasting relief and regain control of your life from a variety of painful conditions.

  • Arthritis and Muscle and Joint Injuries

  • Autoimmune Disorders

  • Back Injuries

  • Chronic Pain Disorders

  • Endometriosis

  • Fibromyalgia

Understanding Different Types of Pain

Pain is a complex and subjective phenomenon that can be difficult to address. Before we develop a treatment plan, we conduct a variety of exams and tests to identify the nature of your pain. Typically, chronic pain can be classified into two primary categories:

Everyday Pain (Nociceptive Pain)

Imagine this as the pain you might feel after a minor injury or when something swells up. It could be a sharp, dull, or achy feeling. There are two kinds of everyday pain: one that's more on the surface (like your skin, muscles, bones, or joints) and another that's deeper inside your belly and can affect your organs.

Nerve Pain (Neuropathic Pain)

Nerve pain is what you might experience if your nerves get hurt or damaged. It can feel like burning, or sometimes make you super sensitive, like your skin is extra ticklish. People often describe it as sharp, like lightning, stabbing, burning, or even a strange numbness, tingling, or weakness sensation. It's a bit different from everyday pain, and we're here to help you manage it.

Our Medical Pain Management Specialists

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Suffering from back, neck, or other spinal pain? Our board certified spine specialists are ready to help. Schedule an appointment today and let's get you feeling better!