Norman OK Back/Neck Pain Management – Medication Regimen Custom Treatment Launch

Oklahoma Pain Center (+1-405-752-9600), a multi-disciplinary pain management clinic in Oklahoma City, OK, has expanded its services to offer individualized therapy plans for patients in Norman OK.

Oklahoma Pain Center, located in Oklahoma City, OK, recently launched new services to help patients in Norman with back, neck, and knee pain management.

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With this launch, the clinic brings state-of-the-art technologies and tailored pain management treatment plans to meet each individual’s needs.

Oklahoma Pain Center provides a multi-disciplinary approach to managing chronic pain that is designed to help patients avoid prescriptions for opioid medications. Primary care providers, physical and occupational therapists, pharmacists, nutritionists, and neurologists work together to evaluate the patient’s pain and determine the best treatment plan.

Chronic pain, often resulting from surgery, injuries or accidents, affects millions of Americans every year. In many cases, patients receive prescriptions for opioid pain relievers, putting them at higher risk for addiction. However, other non-opioid pain relief options are available.

To help patients reduce back pain and inflammation, the Center offers several types of injections. Epidural steroid injections deliver medication directly to the spine. Trigger point injections alleviate pain in the muscles, and facet joint injections reduce pain in the joints.

Radio frequency ablation uses thermal energy to stop an irritated nerve from sending pain signals. Other options include spinal cord stimulation to reduce spine pain caused by sciatica, failed surgery, or peripheral neuropathy. Kyphoplasty can treat compression fracture pain, and pain pumps deliver medication directly to the spinal fluid.

For knee pain from osteoarthritis, the Center offers steroid joint injections to reduce inflammation and pain, as well as radio frequency ablation to interrupt nerve signals. Hyaluronic injections bring lubricating fluid to the knee, working as a shock absorber so the knee can move properly.

“Our goal is to treat patients with the safest medication and in a way that helps reduce addiction to the lowest threat possible,” said Dr. Blake Kelly, M.D., Oklahoma Pain Center’s lead physician. “We want patients to lead the most productive lives possible and to have the least amount of interference from medication with their memory and reasoning faculties.”

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