Pain Management Clinic in Tulsa understand there are several different issues that may be causing your chronic or acute pain. Especially if it is major back, examples of more catastrophic diagnosis and these back pain cases include spinal stenosis, sacroiliac joint dysfunction, facet joint inflammation, herniated disc, a compression fracture, or degenerative disc disease. Here at Oklahoma Pain and Wellness Center we are home some of the nation’s leading board certified physicians when it comes to pain management. Oklahoma Pain and Wellness Center is also committed to delivering patients with the absolute highest quality of care. We truly do go above and beyond to make sure that every single patient and their family is well taken care of and comfortable before, during and after treatment.
Pain Management Clinic in Tulsa knows that the sides are full-service pain management service, which includes injection therapy and pharmacologic therapies, we also offer guidance in chiropractic therapies, acupuncture, massage therapy, and even psychological counseling. Dr. Patel is a graduate of Boston University, school of medicine. He continued his training at Mount Sinai have medicine in Manhattan, New York where he completed a year of general surgery training. He furthered his specialization in anesthesiology at New York University and is board certified in anesthesiology. Whenever you come in to visit a pain management specialist, you will undergo a thorough assessment. The physician will ask you several questions about your pain, perform a physical examination, and in order any necessary studies including x-rays, MRIs, cats, etc. This detailed evaluation by the position with most of the necessary information to make a proper diagnosis about your condition.
Pain Management Clinic in Tulsa knows that this is usually the case, however it is often very difficult and sometimes even impossible to be 100% accurate about the diagnosis by this initial assessment. Spinal injections that are typically used to treat pain are also used commonly as a way to diagnose the source of your pain. The pain specialist perform this injection under a live x-ray guidance to precisely place local anesthetic, or numbing medication, around or inside the suspected source of pain. If your pain is significantly decreased through this injection, it provides your physician with enough information to make an accurate diagnosis.
Once your physician is confident about the diagnosis, you made the candidate for therapeutic injections. These are injections that help treat your pain. Those therapeutic spinal injections contain a corticosteroid, which is a powerful anti-inflammatory medication the purpose of the injection is to place a small amount of this potent anti-inflammatory medication precisely where the pain begins to provide you with this type of pain relief.
If any this is promising you would like to learn more about our amazing products and services that we have to offer you, please feel free to reach out to us by phone or checking out our website. You’re able to reach us at 918-935-3240, or if you’re looking for more information about who we are what we do, please feel free to check out our website www.okpainwellness.com