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Whether you're suffering pain from a chronic condition, injury, cancer, or other ongoing health condition, our pain management Pennsylvania locations offer comprehensive pain management that can help..

Pain Management Locations Pennsylvania Directory

We have offices conveniently located in the Pittsburgh metropolitan area and southwestern Pennsylvania. Our professional staff is here to give you the support you need to manage your pain and help you with a speedy recovery. View our other locations in Maryland and Virginia here. 

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If you would like more information about any of our Pennsylvania pain management centers or directions, please call us at (724) 603-3560 and speak to one of our dedicated staff members to begin improving the quality of your life.

Pain Management Doctors In Pennsylvania

At Pain and Spine Specialists of Pennsylvania, our team of board-certified doctors is dedicated to providing comprehensive patient care with a compassionate, patient-centered approach. Use the buttons below, to get to know our board-certified doctors in Pennsylvania.

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chronic pain management pennsylvania

Our pain management practice in Pennsylvania is staffed with highly qualified healthcare professionals who are available to help you start managing your chronic pain today. Our board-certified pain management doctors at Pain and Spine Specialists have extensive experience in treating various pain disorders and want to help you live a fulfilling life without debilitating pain. We offer numerous types of treatments that are backed by the latest research and are always looking for new methods that are highly effective.

If you are interested in learning more about our central Pennsylvania pain management clinics or would like to schedule an appointment, please call (724) 909-0545 or complete our online form to get started.

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Why Consider Pain Management?

Anyone living with chronic pain knows how it can be highly disruptive. Daily activities like work or hobbies can become difficult to do, as the pain can make it almost impossible to move about as needed. Many people tend to seek out their primary care physician to find ways to help with their pain, but a primary care doctor does not specialize in the treatment of chronic pain.

A primary care physician can refer to a pain management center, or patients can go straight to one without a referral. Pain clinics have doctors who have specifically been trained in pain management and have other staff on hand to provide the type of care that people dealing with chronic pain need.

Medical personnel at pain clinics focus on the diagnosis and treatment of a number of conditions that can lead to chronic pain, such as:

  • Fibromyalgia
  • Arthritis
  • Sciatica
  • Neuropathy
  • Pinched Nerves

Our pain management clinics in Pennsylvania provide you with access to highly trained pain management doctors, physician assistants, and nurse practitioners who look forward to being able to assist you by offering innovative ways of treating chronic pain. Pain clinics can also be staffed with other healthcare providers like physical therapists, psychologists, and occupational therapists.

We at Pain and Spine Specialists are able to refer out to physical therapists, if needed, and will communicate with the office of your physical therapist to maintain a high level of service. We also partner with Gemini Health, a mental health services practice, so that patients have access to therapists and treatments for depression and anxiety that may be stemming from a person's chronic pain.

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Treating Chronic Pain 

Our locations in Pennsylvania most often see patients for spinal pain, which primarily affects the head, neck, and back. By offering comprehensive pain management, our doctors take a whole-body approach to treat both the pain and the direct, underlying cause of the pain.

Many pain management centers use the typical front-line treatments, which involve medication, most often opioids, and surgery. Doctors may also prescribe medication like muscle relaxants or non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs).

Other types of interventions include steroid-based injection therapies, epidural injections, alternative therapies, or physical therapy. If these methods fail, surgery is usually the last resort, as it takes more of a toll on the patient.


Our Pennsylvania pain clinic offers: 

  • Spinal Cord Stimulation
  • Injection Therapies
  • Intrathecal Pain Pumps
  • Peripheral Nerve Stimulation
  • Stellate Ganglion Blocks
  • The Minuteman Fusion
  • The MILD Procedure
  • Medication Management
  • Alternative Therapies
  • Vertiflex Treatment 

Our office also offers ancillary testing, as well as behavioral and mental health screenings, to ensure that you are receiving the best comprehensive care.

When you visit one of our locations for acute, moderate, or severe chronic pain, our staff will strive to make you feel comfortable and answer any questions you may have. It is normal to feel nervous when visiting the doctor's office, especially as a new patient, so don't worry. You can prepare yourself by checking out some of our online resources to lessen your anxiety, including learning what to expect as a new patient.

If you are attending our pain management clinic for the first time, you will be evaluated by one of our specialists. This means that your medical history will be taken, and we will listen to all your concerns, pain experiences, and wellness goals. Our team will consider all of this information when deciding on the appropriate course of treatment. Ultimately, we strive to make you feel heard and validate your feelings without judgment.



Conditions Pain Management Can Assist With 

Most commonly, patients will seek a doctor for back pain, an area our experts specialize in treating. Back pain and other types of chronic pain can be the result of a broad range of issues. Pain management attempts to significantly reduce or eradicate the pain from any disorder, but there are certain conditions we typically handle.


Pain Conditions We Specialize In:


  • Back Pain: Back pain is divided into upper, middle, and lower back pain and can be the reaction to another underlying condition or possibly an injury.
  • Sciatica: Sciatica is the direct result of pressure on or injury to the sciatic nerve and is usually caused by other issues such as spinal stenosis, bone spurs, and bulging or herniated discs.
  • Neck Pain: Acute or chronic neck pain occurs in the cervical spine and is often the result of overuse or bad posture, with the pain coming and going depending on the severity.
  • Bulging and Herniated Discs: Age-related wear and tear can lead to spinal discs bulging outside of their natural space or rupturing completely so that pressure is placed on the nerves.
  • Failed Back or Neck Surgery: Sometimes, back or neck surgery is not successful for a variety of reasons, and old pain continues, or new pain can occur.
  • Headaches: There are numerous types of headaches, and they can stem from factors like stress, lack of sleep, not drinking enough water, or eye strain.
  • Fibromyalgia: Fibromyalgia is a disorder that causes muscular pain and excessive fatigue. It's also known for being a condition that occurs long-term, with no current cure.
  • Cancer Pain: Cancer and cancer treatments can cause widespread bodily pain, and treatment can seek to minimize this pain as much as possible.
  • Arthritis: This condition typically starts in older age, although younger people can still get it, and involves pain in the joints and surrounding tissues.
  • Abdominal or Pelvic Pain: Different types of pain can develop in the abdominal or pelvic region due to issues like irritable bowel syndrome, Crohn's disease, and cancer.
  • Work-Related Pain: Injuries can easily happen in the workplace because of a fall, lifting heavy objects, repetitive motion, dangerous machinery, and much more.
  • Neuropathy or Neuralgia: Neuropathy or neuralgia refers to nerve painpain in the nerves and is usually caused by damage to or irritation of the nerves in the body.
  • Vertebral Compression Fracture: Vertebral compression fractures mainly occur when the vertebrae in the spinal column weaken over time or once osteoporosis sets in.

We welcome any patients to schedule a visit to our office for any type of pain they may be experiencing. Patients are evaluated on a case-by-case basis, as we treat all patients and their pain as unique and deserving of individualized care.


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At Pain and Spine Specialists of PA, we are dedicated to your well-being. Our comprehensive approach to pain management sets us apart in Pennsylvania, and we are here to guide you every step of the way. Make the first decision that leads to your pain relief by calling one of our pain clinics in Pennsylvania or contacting us online. Don't let chronic pain hold you back any longer. Please schedule an appointment with us today.

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