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Greeley Pain Management Clinic

Get the Pain Relief You Need at the Colorado Clinic

Are you one of the millions of Americans afflicted with chronic pain? If so, our pain management specialists may be able to help you manage your symptoms and improve your overall quality of life. With over 50 advanced treatments available from our double board-certified experts, we’ll create a carefully tailored plan that suits your specific needs. Our 90% success rate for pain management speaks to the power of the compassionate care we offer our patients.

If you live in the Greeley area, give us a call at (970) 710-3551 to learn how we can help you manage your pain.

What Can a Pain Clinic Do for Me?

Pain clinics can be a mystery to those who have never had to manage long-term discomfort. The primary goal of a pain clinic is to identify the source of your suffering and use minimally invasive techniques to alter the nervous system’s response. Because pain is a natural reaction to stimuli, it can be difficult to change that reaction without invasive techniques or surgery to correct the core problem. Some forms of pain will even persist long after the source of the stimulus has been treated. However, our experts are trained in the most cutting-edge treatments available, and have been proven to offer significant improvements. You can find a more complete list of the treatments we provide here.

Some of the most common techniques we employ include:

  • Nerve blocks: Simply put, a nerve block prevents the transmission of pain signals to your nervous system, either through chemical, physical, or temperature-based means (such as freezing and heating.)
  • Epidural injections: Corticosteroid injections are enormously helpful in alleviating back pain, as well as nerve compression in the spine or extremities. This minimally invasive method can be performed in 30 minutes or less.
  • Radiofrequency ablation (RFA): This is a therapeutic treatment that uses radio waves to destroy nerve roots. As a form of nerve block, this innovative technique has an 85% efficacy rate for long-term pain relief.
  • Medication management: Medication is considered to be the most conservative pain management method, so you will likely take some form of medication during your treatment program. However, medication is best used in moderation and in tandem with an expert-recommended program.

When it comes to pain management, success looks different for everyone. But with a thoughtfully customized program and dedicated experts on your side, you may be able to find relief from your chronic pain, and return to doing the things you love most.

Ready to find relief again? Schedule an appointment today with the Colorado Clinic in Greeley to find the comfort and care you need.