Pain Management

How Do I Become a Patient?

In order to scheduled for an appointment with our pain specialists, you will need to have your primary care physician send over your health history chart notes and any imaging reports you have had in the last 12 months. Most providers will send us a referral and our scheduling department will contact you to set up an appointment. In the event you do not have a primary care physician our pain specialists will still need health history notes and diagnosis reports and you may contact our office directly to schedule an appointment. You may call (541) 686-3791.

Services

Our pain management specialists work with you and your other providers to carefully diagnose your symptoms and identify the most effective treatments to improve your functionality and quality of life. Your treatment plan is highly individualized – just as no two people experience pain the same way, no treatment is effective for everyone. Our goal is to find therapies that will help you get your life back!

Our mission is to provide innovative, compassionate care that will help you reclaim your quality of life. When you visit NeuroSpine, it is important for our pain specialists to have your latest health history records and imaging studies from your primary care physician so we can accurately evaluate your medical condition. Our pain specialists listen to your story and symptoms; and may order additional diagnostic tests such as x‐rays and MRI’s so that they can determine what is causing your pain and how best to treat it.

Treatment Options:

  • Pain Pumps
  • Spinal Cord Stimulators
  • Epidural Injections
  • Medial Branch Blocks
  • Radiofrequency Ablation

Just as there are many causes of pain, there are many different methods available to treat pain. After we have evaluated your condition and goals, we work with you and the rest of your medical team to develop a comprehensive, individualized treatment plan. Depending on your individual needs, we may recommend a variety of interventional and behavioral therapies to treat your pain and help you regain the lifestyle you desire.

Alternative Therapies:

  • Acupuncture
  • Chiropractic
  • Massage Therapy
  • Naturopathic Medicine
  • Pain Psychology & Coaching
  • Physical Therapy & Exercise

What is a Pain Pump?

A Pain Pump or Intrathecal Pump Implant is one solution to relieve chronic pain in patients, through a medically directed device that is implanted internally but programmed externally.  Visits to the pain pump clinic are needed to refill the pump.

Watch this video and learn if a pain pump may be the right solution for you.