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Pelvic Pain

Advanced Pain Management

Pain Management Specialists located in Evans, GA & Thomson, GA

Aside from your reproductive organs, urinary tract, and bowels, you have countless bones and connective tissues that could be causing pelvic pain. If you have pelvic pain regularly or haven’t found an effective treatment in the past, look no further than Advanced Pain Management in Evans, Georgia. The leading medical team provides on-site imaging and diagnostic testing, so they can get to the root of your pelvic pain and get you started on treatment quickly. Find out more by booking your exam online or over the phone today.

Pelvic Pain Q & A

Why do I have pelvic pain?

Pain in any area is often a sign that something is injured or damaged in your body. When it comes to your pelvic region, issues with your bladder, bowels, or reproductive organs are sometimes to blame. Other times though, pelvic pain may be a sign of:

  • Fibromyalgia 
  • Strain or sprain
  • Nerve disorders
  • Pelvic floor issues 
  • Muscle spasms, as with levator syndrome
  • Pelvic congestion syndrome (vein problems)

You may also be experiencing pelvic pain because of joint issues in your hips, which may be a sign of arthritis. No matter what’s causing your pelvic pain, it’s important to find out why and to get started on treatment before your condition worsens. 

When should I see a doctor for pelvic pain?

The caring team at Advanced Pain Management specializes in diagnosing and treating pelvic pain. They encourage you to come in for an evaluation if your pelvic pain is:

  • Getting worse or not improving after several days
  • Making it uncomfortable for you to walk or stand
  • Associated with leg or lower back pain
  • Causing you to miss work
  • Affecting your sleep

Your doctor at Advanced Pain Management spends time talking with you and performing a comprehensive evaluation. Once your doctor diagnoses the source of your pelvic pain, they educate you about which treatment solutions may be most effective for your condition.

How is pelvic pain treated?

Your pelvic pain treatment plan from Advanced Pain Management is personalized to you and the severity of your symptoms. Some of the most common types of pelvic pain treatments include:

  • Medication management, including corticosteroids 
  • Spinal cord stimulator 
  • Epidural injection
  • Nerve block 

The goal of your pelvic pain treatment plan is to dramatically minimize or stop your pelvic pain entirely. Advanced Pain Management provides a wide variety of integrative pelvic pain solutions, so even if you haven’t found an effective treatment in the past, chances are, the team can help you find a more effective solution. 

You can schedule your pelvic pain evaluation at Advanced Pain Management directly through the website or you can call to speak with a team member directly.