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An Integrative Approach to Managing Pain

Whether you are experiencing a simple flare-up, or a chronic condition, we can help. Whether it is a brace that best relieves pain, medication to manage episodes of break through pain, therapy, or an intervention once every six months to improve function, we have the necessary expertise to treat the pain in the most effective manner possible.

We are focused on the science of interventional pain management in a way not many others are. We attempt to treat the root cause of a patient’s pain, not just the symptoms. This means proper diagnosis of the problem using the most advanced diagnostic tools at our disposal by our board-certified physician, who is one of the most respected doctors in his field.

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  • Adjunctive Interventional Therapies
    Nonpharmacologic interventions are important adjuncts to treatment modalities for patients with chronic pain.
  • Reduction of Pain Improves Mood
    A variety of modalities can be used to reduce pain and concomitant mood disturbance and increase the quality of life.

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We provide the most advanced, minimally invasive, diagnostic and therapeutic services for our patients. 

 PHONE:(630) 845-4099

ADDRESS:1000 S. Randall Road, Suite 225, Geneva, IL, 60134

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PAIN MEDICINE NEWS

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Anxiety And Stress Benefits From Exercise, Even When Forced

Being forced to exercise may still help reduce anxiety and depression just as exercising voluntarily does, according to a new study by researchers at the University of Colorado Boulder. “The implications are that humans who perceive exercise as being forced – perhaps including those who feel like they have to exercise for health reasons – are maybe still going to get the benefits in terms of reducing anxiety and depression,” he said.

OUTPATIENT TREATMENT

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Millions of men and women accept chronic pain as a fact of life. But now there’s outpatient treatment with a record of providing relief.

PAIN CONTROL

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Pain control is important because it can affect a person in many ways. It can affect sleep, appetite, emotions, and relationships with others.

INDIVIDUALIZED TREATMENT

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Following an initial evaluation, an individual course of treatment is determined. Your therapy plan will be tailored to your specific circumstances.

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