All of us at Arizona Pain are proud to announce the new format of our website.
As you can see, we’ve changed the look of the site pretty substantially, but there’s also lots of new areas to explore. Our pain treatments and pain conditions portions of the site are still all there with the same great content. Since we’re dedicated to providing as much information as we can to help you learn about your pain condition, though, we are now also including photos and graphics throughout these pages to better illustrate these pain topics.
The Inside Pain blog (where you currently are) will also be rolling out new content on a daily basis to help you learn more about pain news, research, and tips. Look here for information on cutting edge medicines, simple how-to tips on preventing and managing your pain, and information about new technologies that are changing the way doctors and patients can interact. Once a month, we’ll also be including recipes from our very own staff food blogger, with an eye towards pain-healthy and easy recipes for your kitchen.
In addition, we are unveiling a brand new video library page with over 100 videos. From there, you can learn about many pain conditions, including:
- Complex regional pain syndrome
- Post-herpetic neuralgia
- Phantom limb pain
- Degenerative disc disease
- Low back pain
There are also videos on Arizona Pain patient success stories, Sonoran living, and our upcoming events.
Behind-the-scenes, you’ll also notice that the website loads a bit quicker and is mobile ready. You’ll see the same great website whether you view our site on your desktop computer, smart phone, or a tablet.
Our newly designed website is another tool in our comprehensive approach to pain management. Through education, we hope that you’ll be better able to understand and confront your own pain as an active member in your pain management plan. To learn even more about our approach, follow us today on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn, and Pinterest.
Arizona Pain was founded on a single premise–provide world class care that we would want for our own mom or dad. We ask one simple question with every patient: “Is this the treatment I would want for my own mom or dad?”
If you’re looking for this level of treatment for your pain, contact us today!