Due to the current COVID-19 crisis, our office is doing what we can to protect our patients' health and exposure. Until further notice, we are not seeing patients in the office, but are offering virtual appointments. Please call us in Maryland at 301-703-8767, 724-603-3560 in Pennsylvania, or 540-433-1905 in Virginia to make an appointment.
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Pain & Spine SpecialistsTop Pain Management Clinic in Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Virginia
Personalized Pain Management
Welcome to Pain and Spine Specialists, where our top priority is your well-being and comfort. We provide a personalized approach to pain management, ensuring that each patient gets the treatments that will help them feel comfortable and live the highest quality
of life possible.
At Pain and Spine Specialists, our goal is to improve your comfort and quality of life. No matter what’s causing your chronic pain, we’ll work with you to find a solution designed to help you live life to the fullest.
Whether it’s from a car accident, a work-related injury, a sports injury, or a failed surgery, is here to help you recover quickly and effectively. We’ll create a customized plan to get you back to into shape and give you pointers to avoid future injuries.
Minimally Invasive Pain Treatments
At Pain and Spine Specialists, we believe simple solutions are often the best. That’s why we focus on providing minimally invasive treatments and therapies when possible.
Get The Pain Management You Deserve
We serve patients in Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Virginia. Schedule an appointment with our pain specialists today at the office that’s most convenient to you.
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From cancer to rheumatoid arthritis to stomach ulcers, the causes of chronic pain are widely varied. In most cases, we try to take a simple approach to managing the pain, designed to help the patient regain a certain quality of life they might be missing. Typically that includes non-invasive therapies like spinal cord stimulation, physical therapy, radio frequency ablation, massage, and even over the counter pain medicines such as ibuprofen, naproxen, or even acetaminophen. Some patients might even require stronger prescription medications to help manage the pain.
Joint pain is one of the more common types of pain for adults, and there are a wide variety of medical issues that can cause it. These include injury, but can also include more chronic conditions such as arthritis, which affects about 15 million Americans. Joint pain can occur in anywhere in the body where two or more bones meet—hands, shoulders, neck, feet, hips, elbows, and back.
To our valued patients, We at Pain and Spine Specialists wanted to update you on the current status of our practice with regards to COVID-19. We are staying current with the guidelines from the CDC to help protect our patients, their families, and our staff and the...
We Are Dedicated To Patient Care
At Pain and Spine Specialists we are dedicated to providing the highest quality of patient care and services and truly have each individual’s comfort in mind. Our mission is to make each patient who walks through our doors feel as comfortable as possible. Extensive research has been conducted and analyzed regarding what patients find unappealing about a doctor’s office visit.
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Please note: we are accepting Workers Compensation Insurance to treat injured workers.