Pain Medication Management


 

Pain Management Doctors throughout Southeastern Pennsylvania

A variety of non-invasive medical management therapies are available at SEPA Pain Management. Our providers seek to offer a multimodal approach that may include multiple categories of medications now available to patients. You will have the opportunity to review the risks and benefits of over the counter medications, transdermal therapies, prescription muscle relaxants, anti-inflammatories, neuropathic medications, and opioids.

Our providers offer their expertise in creating a medical management program that takes into account your particular needs, medical history, use of other medications, and current prescribing guidelines and recommendations. The impact of lifestyle changes such as smoking cessation, weight reduction, and improved diet, exercise, and nutritional supplements may also be reviewed.
A variety of non-invasive medical management therapies are available at SEPA Pain Management. Our providers seek to offer a multimodal approach that may include multiple categories of medications now available to patients. You will have the opportunity to review the risks and benefits of over the counter medications, transdermal therapies, prescription muscle relaxants, anti-inflammatories, neuropathic medications, and opioids.throughout Southeastern Pennsylvania,

Our providers will help you understand how recommended medical management may improve overall pain management in conjunction with other supporting therapies such as physical, aqua or occupational therapy, psychological counseling, mindfulness, biofeedback, yoga, nutritional counseling, massage therapy, acupuncture, TENS, Botox, and traction. Assistance in understanding opioid dependence and its treatment is also available.

Regardless of whether or not you are a candidate for injection techniques or have tried to eliminate your pain surgically, SEPA physicians will help you find effective adjuvant medical management options for managing your pain.

Our physicians typically do not prescribe narcotic pain medications on the first visit. During your consultation, the doctor will review your records, perform a physical exam, and then develop a treatment plan specifically for you. Our physicians will verify your current medications with other prescribing physicians before beginning a treatment regimen.

To learn more about our Pain Medication Management policy, call SEPA Pain Management at (855) 235-PAIN.

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