According to the American Academy of Pain Medicine more than 76.2 million people are living with chronic pain. In the United States, chronic pain impacts more people than diabetes, cancer, and coronary heart disease combined.
What happens when you are in pain? Your heart rate increases, blood pressure rises and breathing increases. Chronic pain can lead to inactivity, injuring other body parts by over compensating trying to decrease the pain, as well as loss of employment and income.
Our team is on the forefront of medical pain management options. Because pain management is a complex problem, we take a multidisciplinary approach in devising an individualized approach for each patient.
Most of our patients experience a complete end to pain. Patients whose pain cannot be totally eliminated usually find their pain is significantly reduced. For an evaluation how we can build a customized treatment program for you, call (952) 835-6653 or fill out our online form.