Pain Management Specialist

Washington Center for Pain Management

Pain Management located in Bellevue, WA with clinics in the greater Puget Sound area

Pain not only causes physical discomfort, but it can also affect your relationships, mental well-being, work, and other facets of your life. The providers at Washington Center for Pain Management in Bellevue, Washington, help you find relief with various noninvasive and surgical techniques so you can feel like yourself again. If chronic pain is making you miserable, contact the center by phone or request an appointment online.

Pain Management Q & A

Am I a good candidate for pain management?

If you have chronic pain that you’ve been unable to manage on your own or with the help of your regular doctor, then you may be a good candidate for pain management from specialists. 

Pain management centers can address chronic pain that interferes with your quality of life and your ability to carry out normal functions. It’s also important to adjust your expectations and remember that pain management isn’t about a quick fix or permanent pain relief. 

What types of pain can be treated?

The experts at Washington Center for Pain Management can help manage chronic pain in any area of the body, particularly the neck, shoulders, back, and knees.

Some of the common conditions associated with pain that they treat include:

  • Migraine
  • Arthritis
  • Phantom limb pain
  • Complex regional pain syndrome
  • Bursitis
  • Sciatica
  • Neuropathy
  • Endometriosis
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Herniated discs

The practitioners take a multidisciplinary approach to your pain. 

What methods of pain management are available?

The pain specialists at Washington Center for Pain Management use the most effective, advanced methods available today to help you manage your pain. They start by seeing how well you respond to conservative treatments and progress as needed. Some of the modalities they use include medication, injections, regenerative medicine, physical therapy, and other procedures. 

Medication

Your provider may suggest over-the-counter or prescription medications and supplements to help manage your pain. Antiseizure drugs, antidepressants, and other medications may also provide benefits for certain conditions.

Injections

Steroid injections use corticosteroids to calm inflammation. Nerve block injections use anesthetics to numb pain receptors. Each is used in different capacities for pain control.

Regenerative medicine

Stem cells and platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy have promising results for pain management. The therapies use your body’s own healing mechanisms to encourage self-repair.

Therapy

Physical and occupational therapies, as well as counseling, all provide benefits for pain management. They help with behavior modification, physical conditioning, workspace adjustments, and coping strategies to work around your pain.

Procedures

The providers offer everything from minimally invasive procedures to complex surgeries to address certain causes of pain. They use implantable spinal cord stimulators and intrathecal pumps, perform electrothermal therapy, repair discs, decompress discs, and perform radiofrequency treatments, among other procedures.

With their comprehensive repertoire of pain management techniques, the experts at the Washington Center for Pain Management can tackle your pain with holistic approaches. If you experience chronic pain, give your concerns over to the experts at the center. Call the office or request an appointment using the online booking tool to begin your journey toward relief.

This injection relieves pain in the neck, shoulders, and arms caused by a pinched nerve or nerves in the cervical spine. Various conditions can compress nerves causing pain. The medication injected helps relieve the swelling of nerves.