Chronic pain impacts a significant portion of the American population, with about 20% of Americans suffering from chronic pain. If pain, chronic or acute, takes away from your life, find steps to manage it with Synergy Physicians in Scottsdale, Arizona. Synergy Physicians offers numerous pain-management strategies, including IV therapy, trigger point therapy, and physical rehabilitation. Don’t let pain hold you back any longer. Make your appointment today by calling the office or using the online booking tool.
Pain management is a branch of medicine that zeroes in on your acute and chronic pain and provides methods to relieve it. Synergy Physicians practices pain management for all types, including:
Neuropathic pain is any pain caused by damage to the nerves or an issue with the nervous system. Neuropathic pain is usually acute. Examples include pain from:
Typical symptoms of neuropathic pain include sensations of:
Postoperative pain is pain that you feel after a surgical procedure. This type of pain is typically acute but can be severe.
Musculoskeletal pain is any pain that originates in your musculoskeletal system, which includes your:
Patients often complain of musculoskeletal pain such as:
Sciatica pain, which is pain that occurs when you pinch or compress your sciatic nerve, is another frequent musculoskeletal complaint.
To treat your pain, Synergy Physicians may employ any number of management tools. Most often, he treats pain with:
Synergy Physicians uses non-opiate IV infusions to treat various types of chronic pain. You may respond well to this if you suffer from conditions such as fibromyalgia, phantom limb pain, spinal cord injury pain, or central pain related to stroke.
Trigger point therapy relieves pain by targeting trigger points, which are points in your skeletal muscle that cause pain when compressed. During trigger therapy, Synergy Physicians releases compressed trigger points. This therapy is most successful for musculoskeletal pain, including headaches.
Another way to manage pain is through rehabilitation or physical therapy. Through guided exercises, you can decrease pain, improve mobility, and generally improve your quality of life. Physical rehabilitation is especially useful after an injury, stroke, or operation.
If you’ve suffered from pain for a long time, or you’ve just begun experiencing pain, you don’t have to accept it as the new normal. Find non-opiate solutions for your pain by reaching out to Synergy Physicians at Synergy Physicians today. To schedule your appointment, call the office or use the online booking tool.