Alternatives in pain care
The field of pain management has grown rapidly in recent years and Crystal Clinic is proud to offer a pain management service line dedicated to this important, specialized service. Crystal Clinic Pain Management offers an innovative approach to managing pain by providing a variety of alternative treatment options tailored to your individual needs. This may include physical therapy, medication management or minimally invasive interventional procedures to reduce inflammation or decrease pain signals from nerve tissue.
As the field of pain management continues to evolve, we are able to offer the latest treatment innovations to help minimize your pain, so you can live life more fully.
Schedule an appointment today. A physician referral is recommended, but is not required.
Common Conditions Treated
Crystal Clinic Pain Management provides comprehensive services, tailored to your individual needs, to help you move past pain and get back to the activities you enjoy most.
This includes treatment for many common painful conditions that can impact your quality of life such as:
Neck and back pain,
including sciatica and work-related injuries.
Arthritis pain in the spine and joints
Persistent pain following back or neck surgery
Shoulder, hip, and knee pain
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)
Muscle spasm pain
Innovative Treatment Options
Crystal Clinic Pain Management provides a professional alternative to managing pain with comprehensive services that include physical therapy, medication management and innovative, minimally invasive treatments such as:
Epidural steroid injections,
to reduce inflammation and treat back pain that radiates to other parts of the body, such as the legs or buttocks.
Facet joint injections,
to diagnose and treat arthritis or other degenerative conditions by delivering medication to the spine through specific joints in the body.
Selective nerve root blocks,
to diagnose and treat an inflamed spinal nerve by reducing inflammation and numbing nerve pain.
which uses the heat from radio waves to decrease pain signals from the lower back and neck, as well as joints that have degenerated from arthritis.
Spinal cord stimulation,
using a device that is surgically implanted through very small incisions to deliver mild electric currents that interrupt pain signals in the spine.
Peripheral nerve stimulation,
which also uses small incisions to implant a small device that delivers electrical impulses to relieve pain in specific nerves.
Minimally invasive treatments for spinal stenosis,
to relieve pressure on the spinal cord or nerves due to narrowing of the spine.