Pain Management

Chronic Pain is one of the most common health conditions. Nearly, one out of every dozen adults suffers from chronic pain. It affects their lives as well as those of the people around them. Moreover, chronic pain affects every aspect of the sufferer’s life. Pain adversely affects physical, financial, psychological and social well-being of the patient. Thus, pain significantly reduces the quality of life of a patient. Majority of patients suffering from chronic pain feel that their pain is under treated.

Our goal is to help people in pain get back their quality of life and be productive.

  • We believe a person in pain is suffering from a real problem and we do our best to improve their condition.
  • We use different modalities of testing and treatments.
  • We understand their complaints as we have treated hundreds and thousands like them.
  • We treat our patient as a person and not as just another number.
  • We treat our patients with compassion, respect and maintain their dignity.

Our in-house Ambulatory Surgery Center equipped with Fluoroscope makes it convenient for patients to undergo interventional treatments, on-site, if needed. Since we offer anesthesia for the procedures, they become an almost painless experience.

Accreditation

Mid-Atlantic Neurosurgical Associates Pain Center is accredited by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care, Inc (AAAHC). AAAHC accreditation demonstrates the Pain Center’s commitment to provide safe, high quality services to our patients. It further acknowledges that the Center employs best practices in health care and complies with nationally recognized standards.