Pain Management Doctor Reviews
Frequently Asked Questions
How Soon Can I Be Seen?
Usually within one week of the initial call.
Appointments can be schedule by phone or through our contact form here.
Most insurances will cover pain management appointments and procedures. Each insurance policy may differ from patient to patient, so it is important to contact your insurance company to determine what is available
We determine treatment(s) based on the specific needs of our patients.
We offer progressive treatments like epidural injections, nerve blocks, and stimulation therapies to mitigate and heal pain. We also offer medication assisted therapy (MAT) that may be used in conjunction with our other treatment plans. View our treatment options here.
A pain management doctor is a specialty trained physician, skilled in diagnosing, treating, and managing chronic pain conditions in patients. These physicians are board-certified, and fellowship trained. Click here to meet our team of pain management providers.
We treat a wide variety of pain related conditions and symptoms.
We treat back and neck pain, sciatica, cancer related pain, pain from musculoskeletal conditions, work related pain, and arthritis. Call us to schedule an initial consult for an evaluation of the pain you are experiencing. View the conditions we treat here.
Patients can find our offices in many locations
We believe in the patient’s ability to have quality and accessible care. You can find us at various locations in Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Virginia. View our locations here.
A comprehensive approach to managing an individual’s chronic pain. A balanced medical approach for patients to address their physical and psychological symptoms of their pain.
Individuals suffering from pain for longer than six weeks should reach out to a pain management specialist. For more acute pain, pain specialist may be able to help patients find immediate relief from their symptoms. For more moderate and severe pain symptoms, a pain specialist will help diagnose your pain and develop an individualized treatment plan for relief.
Patients should describe their pain symptoms as clearly and as detailed as possible. The level of detail will allow your specialist to effectively determine and diagnose your pain.
A comprehensive guide with everything you need to know about our providers, locations, conditions we treat, treatments we offer, and many other frequently asked questions!