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When you’re living with pain, each day can be a monumental challenge. Proper pain management can help you take control of day-to-day tasks and improve your daily quality of life. Saint Vincent Hospital’s Pain Management Center is equipped to help those who are suffering take control of their symptoms and achieve a better state of living.
Comprehensive Pain Management Services
The skilled, compassionate pain management experts at Saint Vincent Hospital are focused on providing you with high quality, technologically advanced treatments in chronic pain management. We diagnose and treat all types of chronic and acute pain conditions, including:
Chronic neck and back pain
Complex regional pain syndrome (RSD)
Facial pain (tic douloureux)
Headaches (cervicogenic and occipital)
Internal disc disruption
Neuropathic pain (nerve pain)
Pelvic and abdominal pain
Sacroiliac joint pain
Treatment That Works
Our doctors and clinical staff work closely with doctors in other specialties, physical therapists and clinical psychologists to manage chronic pain symptoms. Our team uses a variety of conservative interventional techniques to identify and treat pain, including:
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