You deserve a life with less pain.
At Arizona Pain, we offer an individualized and comprehensive treatment approach so you can get back to your life, your joy, and your journey.
Arizona Pain was started with a single premise: treat every patient as if they were our own mom or dad.
Learn About Our Integrated Pain Care Approach
Our team of award-winning pain providers work together to develop an integrated and individualized pain care plan for you.
We start at the beginning with an in-depth diagnosis. Unfortunately, too many of our patients have heard before that the pain is “all in their head,” and we know that’s not true. Our full diagnostic process incorporates the latest imaging techniques and examination criteria to uncover more about your pain.
From there, your pain management plan may incorporate a few or all of the following treatment approaches.
CONSERVATIVE MEDICATION MANAGEMENT
Reduce or Eliminate Opioid Dependence
Spinal Cord Stimulator
Of patients completely discontinued their opioid medication
Increase in ability to return to work
Increase in daily-living activities (ADLs)
Our Award-Winning Team
Inspired by a close family member’s personal battle with debilitating pain, our founding physicians opened a pain management practice that was guided by the simple question: “Is this the treatment we would want for our own mom or dad if they were in pain?”
That passion for comprehensive pain management and world-class care drives our entire team’s approach today. Our award-winning physicians measure among the best in the country. They are double board-certified, teach at national levels, and were trained in the country’s leading interventional pain fellowships.
Let’s Get Your Life Back
At Arizona Pain, we treat a variety of pain conditions using the latest treatment protocols. We discuss the more common conditions and treatments we manage below, but we invite you to review our full library of pain treatments and conditions in our Pain Center.
Conditions We Treat
CRPS is a rare, but excruciatingly painful condition that is challenging to diagnose and difficult to treat.
Nerve damage can cause a variety of symptoms, including pain and numbness, and is most commonly a complication of diabetes.
Failed Back Surgery Pain
Unfortunately, back surgery does not always lead to pain relief. If you’re suffering from more pain after surgery, we can help.
Treatments We Provide
Medial Branch Blocks
This procedure acts as both a diagnostic tool for back and neck pain, as well as a minimally invasive treatment approach.
Arizona Pain Management Clinic Locations
Are you ready to get your life back? Our pain management providers across the Phoenix valley are here to help! Contact the Arizona Pain patient concierge team at (480) 563-6400 to schedule your appointment or ask any questions. Find our clinics at the following locations.