Kentucky Pain Care Centers are here to help you manage, if not eliminate your pain.
We know you are hurting, so please - let us begin helping you today. We are Kentucky's finest pain care and pain management facilities, staffed by physicians that specialize in eliminating or relieving the source of your pain.
We have four offices strategically located around Kentucky - ready to begin treating your condition with the most effective and advanced means of pain care and management available today.
Our goal is to manage your pain so you can go back to living a happy and productive life.
Kentucky Pain Care Centers deliver the ability for our physicians to spend more time with patients. To see the press release Click Here.
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Chronic pain has a $50 billion impact on US workforce - Click here for more info
Live Healthier - Avoid pain longer...
The GPP staff has been researching anti-aging for years. Let's face it...as we grow older...it hurts...
We have discovered some interesting things. In the weeks to come we will be developing an entire section of this site devoted to information on how you can live healthier lives, stay more active, and ultimately avoid painful conditions associated with aging longer!
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"Pain management is not just injections, physical therapy, relaxation techniques, biofeedback, or pain medication," states Windsor. "It's a combination of all these treatments.
Healing Through Interventional Pain Management
Metro Atlanta M.D. NEWS, 2003
By: Tim Kelly
Alternatives - Discover life without pain
Determining the correct approach to intervention and treatment is a "critical core competency" of the practice. Whether a patient's condition is best treated with therapy, trigger point injections, implanted pumps, traditional drugs, percutaneous (killing sympathetic nerves) procedures, neuroblative therapies (killing of select sensory nerves to stop chronic, non-productive pain) or a combination of the above, we can find a way to balance your pain treatment with your goals, and your life's day-to-day activities!
Our goal is simple: To get you back to your life
Click Here - to see the stories of patients who were recipients of life-changing neuromodulation technologies.
Kentucky Pain Care Centers, P.C. is a nationally recognized pain management practice that has achieved acclaim for its conservative approach to pain management. Our core philosophy revolves around the goal of finding a balance between the severity of the medical condition, and the patient's desire and ability to engage in their own treatment.
Pain - a roadblock to healing
Every case is based on a search for the root cause of a patient's pain, not just a "quick fix" approach aimed only at symptomatic relief. When pain is managed properly, the net result is a more active lifestyle, which in itself leads to a healthier existence.
Here are just a few conditions that can cause chronic pain:
- migraines and cluster headaches
- reflex sympathetic dystrophy
- failed back surgery syndrome
- immune system disorders
- vertebroplasty (vertebral compression fracture)
- herniated disc
- failed discectomy
- back pain
- neck pain
- myofacial pain
- complex regional pain syndrome
The Diagnosis - the art of listening
The latest diagnostic tools and technologies are used by the professionals at Georgia Pain Physicians to make accurate assessments:
- Electrodiagnostic nerve testing
- traditional MRI's,
- bone scans
- diagnostic spinal injections
However, the most important information comes from our patients. The doctors you meet with will spend time asking questions and listening to your answers. We understand that you, and your personal experiences with your pain, represent some of the most important data available to us for accurate diagnosis and effective treatment.