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The Pain Management Experts In Tucson

Treatments to Relieve Pain

Quality of Life are The Pain Management Experts In Tucson. We understand that pain management is important for people who experience pain on a regular basis. Pain can be caused by a variety of conditions.

Pain can be the result of an injury. Regardless of the cause, pain can have a significant impact on a person’s quality of life making it difficult to sleep, work, and enjoy everyday activities.

From medical pain relief to therapeutic pain relief and interventional pain management. QLMC has expert pain doctors and therapies to help you get your quality of life back again.

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Medical Pain relief

Your treatment may range through a variety of options including non-invasive treatments as well as interventional pain procedures. QLMC prescribes and manages your pain medications with the goal of maintaining your functionality and monitoring your dosages over time as part of your pain management treatment.

Treatment for chronic pain

Our treatment for chronic pain aims to reduce pain, restore functionality, increase mobility and restore quality of life. While these treatments may not takeaway all your pain, they can help to a large extent as part of a program for pain management in Tucson, AZ.

We understand pain

The professionals here at QLMC understand the severity and the frequency of pain. We know that pain, and tolerance for pain can vary from person to person. Hence, we tailor your treatment plan to your individual needs. While under pain management treatment you will be under the strict observance of your doctor for this period of time.

Therapeutic Pain relief

Pain can have a debilitating effect on your quality of life. Not only does it make everyday activities difficult, but it can also lead to depression and anxiety. Fortunately, there are a variety of therapeutic pain management options available. From medication to massage, there is something that can help everyone find relief.

Low impact exercise

Low impact exercise is a great way to get moving without putting too much stress on your body. Walking, swimming, and biking are all excellent low impact options. Low impact exercise is also an excellent choice if you’re new to working out, or if you’re coming back from an injury. By starting with low impact activities, you can ease yourself into a workout routine and avoid further injury. So whether you’re just getting started or you’re looking for a workout that won’t aggravate existing pain, low impact exercise as a pain management routine is a great option.

Occupational therapy

Occupational therapy is a type of therapy that helps you to relearn the skills of daily living and work. It may be recommended if you have had an injury or illness that has caused you to lose some of your ability to function independently. Occupational therapists work with you to help you regain these skills. They also teach you ways to pace yourself and avoid reinjuring yourself. Occupational therapy can help you to regain your independence and improve your quality of life.

Behavioral therapy

Behavioral therapists work with you to identify and change unhealthy or maladaptive behaviors. Common methods used in behavioral therapy include relaxation techniques such as meditation, tai chi, and yoga.

Electrical stimulation

Involves applying a mild electric current to the affected area, which causes the muscles to contract. This contraction can help to reduce pain by promoting blood flow and relaxing the muscles.

Don’t suffer in silence

If you are in pain, don’t suffer in silence. Get the help you need today. Contact one of our pain physicians who can get your life back on track and restore your quality of life. We take the time to listen to you and provide you with compassionate care and understanding.

Pain Management & Interventional Pain Management

Pain management can help people cope with pain and improve their quality of life. pain treatment techniques include medication, physical therapy, massage, and relaxation. Some people also find that acupuncture or hypnosis can help to manage pain.

The goal is to help people find relief from their pain so that they can live their lives to the fullest.

Pain Management 

Pain management is any treatment that doesn’t invade the body to reduce pain. It works to cover the pain rather than address the cause of the pain or help the body deal with the pain. It includes over-the-counter medications and opioid treatments to manage flareups

Interventional Pain Management

Interventional pain management uses minimally invasive procedures to interfere with the pain cycle. Furthermore, they block the pain from transmitting through the body at the root source.

Types Of Interventional Pain Management Treatments:

This helps with a broad spectrum of pain. Including those associated with injuries and fibromyalgia. There are many types of interventional pain management that vary in terms of invasiveness. Our doctors recommend different approaches depending on your health condition, symptoms, etc.

*Specialized treatment options are available at QLMC to treat and manage pain.

Pain Procedures available at QLMC

Thoracic-Lumbar Spine

  • Intra-articular Thoracic/Lumbar Facet Blocks
  • Thoracic/Lumbar Facet Medial Branch Blocks/RFA
  • Interlaminar Epidural Steroid Injection
  • Transforaminal Epidural Steroid Injection
  • Lumbar Sympathetic Plexus Block
  • Spinal Cord (Dorsal Column/Dorsal Root Ganglion) Stimulation

Neck

  • Stellate Ganglion Block
  • Intra-articular Cervical Facet Blocks
  • Third Occipital Nerve Blocks/RFA
  • Cervical Facet Medial Branch Blocks/RFA
  • Interlaminar Epidural Steroid Injection
  • Transforaminal Epidural Steroid Injection
  • Spinal Cord (Dorsal Column) Stimulation

Lower Extremity

  • Femoral/Peripheral Nerve Block
  • Sciatic/Peripheral Nerve Block
  • Intra-articular Hip Injection
  • Intra-articular Knee Injection
  • Plantar Fasciitis Injection
  • Ankle Injection
  • Peripheral Nerve Stimulation

Head

  • Trigeminal Nerve & Terminal Branch Block
  • Greater Occipital Nerve Block/RFA
  • Lesser Occipital Nerve Block/RFA
  • Greater Auricular Nerve Block

Abdomen Torso

  • Celiac/Splanchnic Plexus Block
  • Transversus Abdominis Plane Block
  • Ilio-inguinal/Ilio-hypogastric Nerve Block/RFA
  • Genitofemoral Nerve Block/RFA
  • Intercostal Nerve Block/RFA

Upper Extremity

  • Intra-articular Shoulder Injection
  • Suprascapular Nerve Block/RFA/Stimulation
  • Brachial Plexus/Peripheral Nerve Block/Stimulation
  • Carpal Tunnel/Wrist/Hand Injection
  • Trigger Finger Injection

Lower Extremity

  • Femoral/Peripheral Nerve Block
  • Sciatic/Peripheral Nerve Block
  • Intra-articular Hip Injection
  • Intra-articular Knee Injection
  • Plantar Fasciitis Injection
  • Ankle Injection
  • Peripheral Nerve Stimulation

The goal of pain management

Pain management is a branch of medicine that specializes in the relief of pain.

Pain can be caused by a variety of conditions, including injuries, illnesses, and surgery. Pain specialists use a variety of treatments to help their patients find relief from their pain. These treatments can include medication, physical therapy, and psychological counseling. Pain management centers typically have a team of specialists who work together to develop a treatment plan for each individual patient. The goal of our pain treatment is to help patients improve their quality of life by reducing their pain and improving their ability to function. Pain management centers typically offer a wide range of services, including pain education, pain medication management, and interventional procedures. Pain management centers typically accept insurance plans and offer financial assistance to patients who need it. Quality of Life Medical & Research centers is the top reputable pain center that caters to patients with compassion and strives to help them relieve their pain so they can help improve their quality of life.

Here you can find medical providers that provide pain management services.

You may find our article on What You Need to Know Before Your First Pain Management Appointment helpful prior to your visit .

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