When you hear the term “pain management,” you may think of surgery or medication. Though these may be the most commonly known ways to deal with pain, they are not the only options. There are several non-invasive and fully-effective treatment options for those living with chronic pain, despite the cause or location.
If you find yourself living with chronic pain, here are a few reasons you should consider getting diagnosed and treated with pain management:
When Pain From a Work Injury Lingers
If you recently got injured on the job or have a physically demanding role that is leaving you with constant neck and back pain, pain management can help improve your quality of life and make your pain less noticeable. For instance, sitting behind a desk all day can put a lot of stress on your spine and, for some, increase their chance of injury. A proper diagnosis and treatment plan can help prevent further issues.
When It’s Persistent
If your pain is occurring during the same daily task, diagnosing the cause and finding the proper way to prevent it from persisting can all be accomplished through pain management. Whether it’s arthritis or regular headaches, we offer a variety of treatment options to help reduce symptoms and increase your chances of pain relief.
When Your Daily Task Are Effected
Pain does not have to take over your day-to-day. If you are missing days at work, family events, or are spending more days in bed than before, it’s time to consider pain management treatment. More and more, your pain treatment options are becoming more tolerable and less invasive without losing their effectiveness. Making a customized treatment plan as vital as ever before.
When You Can No Longer Sleep
There are a variety of pain management options that can decrease your discomfort and increase your chance of a good night's sleep. When you spend the nights tossing and turning, never getting the quality sleep your body needs, you risk your overall health. Talk to your pain management physician about the best option for you.
If you are looking to stop your pain, so you can begin to notice life, Henry County Pain Management is here to help. See our list of treatment options and the conditions we treat here or contact our office during business hours for an appointment at 419-591-3859.