Pain Management Colorado Springs
Did you know that more than 20% of adults report experiencing pain on a daily basis? At MD Pain, our mission is to help Colorado Springs residents live a life they love that’s free from pain. No matter the cause of your pain or where you’re experiencing it, our team of doctors and pain management specialists can help you reduce or eliminate pain to vastly improve your quality of life.
MD Pain has recently expanded, and we invite you to schedule a patient appointment at our new Colorado Springs location: 6455 N. Union Blvd. Suite 100, Colorado Springs, CO 80918. We see patients from all over the Colorado Springs Metro Area, including Fort Carson, Monument, Pueblo, and the surrounding communities.
About MD Pain
At MD Pain, we provide proven pain management techniques that offer the best solution for the individual patient’s needs. We can treat any type of pain, ranging from headaches and chronic pain to TMJ and cancer pain, and everything in between.
By taking an individualized patient approach that works to understand the underlying cause of the pain, we can begin with more conservative and non-narcotics-based treatments first. With vast experience across pain management solutions, including medication, physical therapy, injections, and surgery, we are confident that we can help you achieve a positive outcome quickly.
Colorado Springs Back Pain Management
Back pain affects millions of people across the globe, and it is the leading cause of disability. Fortunately, back pain responds well to pain management techniques, including rehabilitation. Back pain does not discriminate, and anyone can experience chronic back pain at any time.
The most common causes of back pain include:
- Trauma and injuries (including muscle strain)
- Herniated discs
- Spinal stenosis
- Nerve compression
- Degenerative disc disease
- Poor posture
Identifying the source of your pain is one of the first steps toward a successful diagnosis. Once we have diagnosed the specific cause of your back pain, we can identify the best path moving forward to eliminate it.
For short-term back pain, treatment may be relatively brief and straightforward. For our patients dealing with chronic pain, we often take a more comprehensive approach to ensure not only chronic pain relief but also long-term healing.
Colorado Springs Spine Pain Management
While many people use the terms “back pain” and “spine pain” interchangeably, there are differences between these two types of pain. Specifically, back pain is a more generalized term that refers to pain from the upper portion of the back down to the lower back and buttocks region.
By contrast, spine pain typically refers to pain that is localized along the spinal column. Pain may be concentrated on specific discs, nerves, or the cervical spine (neck) area.
The root causes of back pain and spine pain, however, tend to overlap. The key to relieving pain is to allow our team to identify the specific area of pain and the cause. Our Colorado Springs pain management doctor uses a blend of technological tools and physical examinations to communicate with our patients and find a beneficial solution.
Colorado Springs Hip Pain Management
Like back and spine pain, various causes can lead to hip pain, including:
- Hip fractures
- Arthritis (both osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis)
- Muscle strain
- Hip dysplasia
- Labral tears
- Iliotibial band syndrome
- Various infections
While rest, along with various combinations of ice and heat, can be effective in some situations, hip pain often requires a more comprehensive treatment strategy.
At MD Pain, we may recommend one or more of the following treatment modalities, depending on your specific situation:
- Pain medications
- Physical therapy
- Braces or other supportive devices
- Diet and lifestyle modifications
- Surgical intervention
Colorado Springs Foot and Ankle Pain Management
We place significant stress on our feet and ankles, often leading to acute pain, chronic pain, and injury. When we encounter discomfort in these crucial areas, it can be both physically and mentally debilitating. Our experienced doctors are here to help reduce pain, offering specialized treatment for acute injuries.
The list of sources of foot and ankle pain is long, and it includes the following:
- Strains and sprains
- Achilles tendonitis
- Plantar fasciitis
- Structural issues (flat feet or high arches)
We have extensive experience helping patients find pain relief from foot chronic pain and related injuries.
Colorado Springs Neck Pain Management
A “pain in the neck” is more than just an idiom. For the 20% to 50% of adults who experience neck pain regularly, it’s a way of life.
When swapping out your pillows, getting a massage, or taking a break from your busy life do little to alleviate the pain, a more strategic approach may be required. Because neck pain can be caused by a variety of factors, ranging from muscle strain and whiplash to herniated discs and arthritis, finding a personalized approach with the best pain management doctor to rid your body of neck pain is a top priority.
Depending on the source of your pain, our Colorado Springs pain management doctor may recommend physical therapy, pain medications, physical therapy, or surgical intervention. We will also explore lifestyle modifications like relaxation techniques and posture improvement to help treat pain.
Colorado Springs Knee Pain Management Doctor
Knee pain management, typically associated with injuries and overuse, can be especially frustrating as it significantly impacts your lifestyle and mobility. Conditions like gout, arthritis, and other factors may also contribute to knee pain, necessitating an individualized treatment plan provided by experienced doctors specializing in interventional pain management and acute pain care.
Together, we will explore various modalities to develop a strategy for knee pain relief.
Find Relief for Your Pain in Colorado Springs
MD Pain, as a dedicated interventional pain management center, prioritizes the patient's well-being by offering innovative solutions aimed at reducing pain and addressing acute pain issues. Our experienced pain management doctors cater to patients of all ages in Colorado Springs.
If you're seeking effective pain care and treatment options, we welcome new patients to reach out to our office for personalized interventional pain management strategies designed to target pain signals and provide lasting relief. Don't hesitate to contact us; we're here to alleviate your discomfort.
Visit Our Colorado Springs CO Location
You’re invited to see us at our new Colorado Springs location, located at
6455 N. Union Blvd. Suite 100, Colorado Springs, CO 80918. Contact us to make an appointment today.