Pain is one of the main reasons for seeking treatment, hence if left untreated, it can negatively impact the quality of one’s life. When you suffer pain, almost all of your life is disrupted. Thankfully, our pain management in Baltimore MD specialists formulates individual treatment plans that help control pain through a combination of therapies.

Types of Pain We Treat

The three main categories we focus on include acute pain, subacute pain, and chronic pain.

Subacute Pain

As a subset of acute pain, subacute pain is the type of pain that lasts at least six weeks but less than 12 weeks. Examples include post-traumatic pain, persistent post-operative pain, and more.

Acute Pain

Acute pain is pain that lasts less than six weeks and is usually caused by specific events such as serious injury or surgery. Since it only lasts for a short duration and gradually goes as the injured tissues heal. Examples include;

  • Cuts and burns

  • Broken bones

  • Labor childbirth pain

  • Dental work pain

  • Post-surgical pain

Chronic Pain

Chronic pain is the type of pain that lasts more than 6 months. Some of these pains include;

  • Headaches or migraines

  • Joint pains

  • Abdominal pain

  • Myofascial pain

  • Lower back pain

  • Neuropathic pain

Procedures and Treatments

Our Pain Management in Baltimore MD includes interventions such as physical therapy, occupational therapy, and medication management. Some of these procedures include Neuromodulation: This is a state-of-the-art solution that aims to block painful nerve impulses.

Epidural Injections: These injections helps minimize back pain that may cause pain in your legs or joints

Nerve Blocks: This involves the use of powerful pain-relieving medications to improve your pain and calm nerve irritation.

Facet Joint Injections: Facet Joint Injections refer to delivering potent medications to the back or neck to prevent pain from the source.

Sacroiliac Joint Injections: this involves delivering numbing and anti-inflammatory medications to prevent back and joint pains.

With our Pain Management in Baltimore MD services, you can expect to resume normal activities shortly after the procedure. In addition to our pain management services, we also provide Ketamine infusion therapy. For more information about Ketamine therapy, please call our office and speak to one of our highly trained Ketamine doctors.

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