Say Goodbye to Chronic Pain

Our Practice

We treat patients to help minimize reliance on pain medication and to prevent, reduce, or relieve pain. We also help restore function as much as possible if you have suffered an illness or injury.

New Procedure Can Provide Lumbar Spinal Stenosis Relief

Do you have leg and back pain? Are epidural steroid injections not working? Do you want a more active lifestyle? Superion® treats the cause of leg and back pain not just the symptoms. It is placed between the narrowed vertebrae holding them open to relieve pressure on the nerves in your spinal canal.

DRG Therapy Can Be Life Changing For Chronic Nerve Pain

Dorsal Root Ganglion Stimulation (DRG) is used for difficult-to-treat chronic pain for patients with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS/RSD).  It also treats isolated chronic pain that could occur in the hip, knee, foot, or groin following an injury or surgical procedure and grow worse over time. This unique neurostimulation directly targets the area of the body where your pain occurs.

Helping Reduce or Relieve Pain and Restore Function

We provide care to improve your quality of life by focusing on reducing or relieving pain using a variety of non-surgical treatments including physical therapy, occupational therapy, assistive devices and minimally invasive surgical procedures. We are not a prescription based pain management practice and we minimize reliance on pain medications. Some of our patients have short-term work or sports injuries while others have long-term health problems causing them pain.

We Want You To Feel Safe When You Visit 
Don’t Delay Getting The Pain Relief You Need

If you need to come to our office for an appointment or to the hospital for a procedure or test, we want to reassure you many enhanced safety precautions are in place. 

In Our Office

All staff and patients are wearing masks, our waiting rooms are arranged for social distancing and you might be asked to wait in your car if too many people are in our waiting room. You’ll receive a call the day before your appointment where you will be pre-registered and given information about what to do when you arrive in our parking lot. You also have the option of having a telemedicine video visit with us or we can schedule a telephone conversation.  

At Henry Community Health’s Main Campus

Emergency Department and hospitalized patients with confirmed or suspected COVID-19 are isolated from other patients, and staff follow strict protocols while caring for isolation patients. We have “sick” and “healthy” waiting areas and enhanced cleaning and disinfecting protocols. Patients undergoing elective surgical procedures are required to have a negative COVID-19 test prior to the surgical procedure. Screening questions are asked prior to appointments before a patient is cleared for minor procedures.