Our providers include Board Certified Certified Anesthesiologists with additional qualification in Interventional Pain Management and midlevel providers who offer a variety of options to diagnose and treat problems such as chronic pain problems that are unresponsive to conservative treatments, medications, physical therapy or chiropractic manipulations. Read more.
Our providers offer a number of minimally invasive procedures including several different nerve blocks for Lumbar Thoracic and Cervical Nerve Root inflammation and irritation, and Radio-Frequency Neuroablations for facet joint arthropathy. The emphasis is on providing multimodal treatments using all available modalities including medications, injections, physical therapy and behavioral treatments. Read more.
Our office is now located at:
404 Town Park Blvd, Suite 101
Evans, Georgia 30809
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We Specialize in the Following
Advanced Pain Management offers a variety of minimally invasive interventional procedures for treating chronic pain issues. Our providers have years of experience in diagnosing and treating patients to help them live their life without pain.
Judicious medication management is an integral part of chronic pain management. Multiple medications may be recommended but figuring out the right combination is key. Our providers are here to streamline the process, giving you more time to be functional and live your life.
Migraines and headaches can be treated with a combination of therapies but selecting the right path can be overwhelming. Let our providers and the staff at Advanced Pain Management assist you in the appropriate course of treatment so you can lead a migraine and headache free lifestyle.
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