Pain Management Doctor | Little Rock, AR
Pain Medication Management
Most pain management patients find us because they are discouraged with their current pain management doctor. Most complaints we hear are due to waiting hours to see their pain doctor, the provider does not listen to them, they are only seen for 2-3 minutes, or the pain management doctor just doesn't seem to care.
At Little Rock Pain Management Clinic our pain management doctors understand chronic pain, and its effect on your job, relationships, and your daily life. We're here to help you reach your goal of managing your pain. We utilize a personalized pain management plan and the proper use of medications to manage your chronic pain and provide pain relief. We believe that no one should have to live in pain or be limited from having the life they once knew!
Our mission is to help individuals with chronic pain due to injury, degenerative conditions, or other physical ailments get the relief they need in order to enjoy an optimum life style. In accordance with the intractable pain act, we support the relief of chronic pain through the proper use of pain medications. Patients needing interventional pain management procedures are referred out to the appropriate provider.
· Medical consultation
· Evaluation of past and current medical history
· Development of personalized pain management plan
· Pharmacological treatment protocol
· Monitoring and evaluation every month with a physician
· Referrals to other treatment facilities, as necessary
We also service a limited number of patients seeking opiate reduction treatment through our medication assisted treatment primarily used for the treatment of addiction to opioids such as heroin and prescription pain relievers that contain opiates. A certified doctor licensed to prescribe buprenorphine (i.e. Suboxone, Zubsolve) is available to help patients in the Little Rock region.
Our goal is to be the lowest cost provider in our region for this service
We treat chronic pain:
-Back Pain -Neck Pain -Shoulder Pain -Sciatic
-Nerve Pain -Knee Pain
-Hip Pain -Arthritis
-Post Surgical Pain -Joint Pain
-Bone Pain -Sports Injuries -Facial Pain -Neuropathy
-Cancer Pain -TMJ
Chronic Pain Cycle