Why Should I Choose the Advanced Relief Institute for My Shoulder Pain?
Shoulder pain, like so many other types of chronic injury on the body, is not healed from a simple fix-all formula. It is important that experts trained in interventional pain management be able to evaluate your condition and decide how best to help with your pain.
Our team at the Advanced Relief Institute are those experts. They have years of experience and can help you effectively manage pain in your shoulders, regardless of the cause. Along with their extensive experience and reputation for excellence, our doctors offer multidisciplinary approaches to help you feel better as safely and quickly as possible.
Which Shoulder Conditions Can Interventional Pain Management Treat?
While we tend to think of shoulder pain as limited to a single type of injury, it is important to realize that numerous factors can cause this pain. By understanding the type of pain and its cause, we are better able to help treat the issue so that you can begin the healing process.
Interventional pain management can help relieve discomfort in the shoulder from (but is not limited to):
How Do You Diagnose Shoulder Pain?
While many men and women wait until the pain becomes extreme, it is important to seek help whenever you feel discomfort. Whether your shoulder is only beginning to hurt or it has been causing you chronic pain for a while, schedule a consultation at the Advanced Relief Institute.
At your consultation, one of our doctors will evaluate your condition through various physical exams, which may include X-rays, CT scans, or MRIs. From these exams, our team will work to identify the cause of your pain and develop a treatment plan.
What Are My Interventional Pain Management Treatment Options?
It used to be that shoulder pain, whatever its root cause, was treated with either physical therapy or surgery.
However, with the advent of many new interventional pain management treatments, you can get back to feeling like your old self through the use of various therapies.
Whether the pain is chronic or is the result of an injury, you can trust our team at the Advanced Relief Institute to improve your quality of life through minimally invasive therapies.
For many patients, this involves a multidisciplinary approach, which may involve interventional injections, nerve blocks, and nerve stimulation.
Is There a Recovery Period After Interventional Pain Management for Shoulder Pain?
One of the best parts of interventional pain management therapy is that these treatments are often non-surgical, meaning that they require little to no downtime, and there is no need to worry about scarring. Patients may experience bruising, swelling, and sensitivity at the treatment site, but these side effects should dissipate within a few days.