Pain clinic in Greater Rochester
After time, chronic pain can interrupt our daily lives and even begin to make simple tasks increasingly difficult. At Frisbie Memorial Hospital, we're here to help patients overcome pain and get back to living their lives.
Our team of pain management specialists work with you to pinpoint the origin of pain, identify the causes and symptoms and alleviate your pain using individually-tailored treatments.
For additional information about pain management, call (603) 403-6010.
At Frisbie Memorial Hospital, our pain management team uses a multi-specialist approach to treat chronic and acute pain. Our staff approaches each case individually and objectively, so that the true cause of your pain will be identified.
We then develop a treatment program that is tailored to each patient and is geared toward restoring your lifestyle that has been affected by pain. We are dedicated to improving the quality of life for our patients.
Conditions we treat at our pain management clinic
Our pain management specialists treat a wide range of conditions that occur in many areas of the body, including:
Neck and back pain
- Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS)/reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD)
- Disc degeneration
- Herniated discs
- Sacroiliac joint pain
- Spinal stenosis
Joint and muscle pain
- Myofascial pain
- Other musculoskeletal injuries
- Herpetic neuralgia
- Neuropathic pain
- Postherpetic neuralgia
- Scarred nerves
Other pain-related conditions
- Cancer pain
- Pelvic pain
- Phantom limb pain
- Post-surgical pain
- Post-trauma pain
- Raynaud’s disease
Treatments for chronic pain
We understand that the source of pain can differ for each individual, which is why we offer a wide array of treatments, such as:
- Medications—Medications can be used, mostly as a short-term solution, to relieve pain.
- Nerve blocks—Nerve blocks are injections that are used to stop the nerve impulses that cause you to feel pain.
- Physical therapy—Physical therapy uses a variety of exercises and programs designed to help patients safely return to their previous level of functioning before an accident, injury or illness.
- Surgery—Surgery is a corrective procedure that can eliminate or improve the physical condition causing pain.