Southern Pain Specialists is a multidisciplinary group of professionals committed to the compassionate understanding of patients in pain and to the scientific assessment, diagnosis and treatment of pain related disorders. Our Board Certified Pain Medicine physicians specialize in minimally invasive treatment of mechanical, discogenic and neuropathic conditions of the spine.
It is our commitment to provide the best treatment available anywhere. We use state-of-the art diagnostic and therapeutic techniques. This approach, combined with behavioral medicine (medical psychology) treatment allows us to return patients to their optimum functional ability.
Southern Pain Specialists offers an exclusive fluoroscopy equipped in-office procedure suite, which allows patients to be treated on site, in quiet, relaxed surroundings.
Southern Pain Specialists is a group of dedicated professionals, committed to the goal of reducing your pain and enabling you to take back the control of your life. Each member of your treatment team contributes valuable skills that are essential to the treatment process.
Have questions? Need to set up an appointment? Our friendly staff of pain management professionals is only a phone call away. Call us to set up your next appointment.
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When it comes to solutions for chronic and acute pain, Southern Pain Specialists strives to help as many people we can overcome their pain without depending solely on narcotics.
Instead of focusing solely on narcotic-based “management”, Southern Pain Specialists opts to find solutions for your pain like:
Epidural Steroid Injections
Intradiscal Electro Thermal Therapy (IDET)
Radiofrequency Neural Ablation
Viscosupplementation (Orthovisc) for chronic knee pain
Sacroiliac Joint Injections
Vertebral Augmentation (Vertebroplasty /Kyphoplasty
Therapeutic Sympathetic Neural Block
Therapeutic injections of major joints
Patients with painful conditions that have lasted more than 6 months, frequently react to their suffering by being upset, by developing non-constructive behaviors, and by loss of quality of life. These are natural consequences of long-term suffering, but if undetected or left unaddressed, these emotional and behavioral reactions to pain can result in an aggravation of the painful condition, further loss of quality of life, and eventual disability.
Sophisticated medical psychology methods enable us to predict, with a high degree of accuracy, which patients will do well with a certain treatment option. The intent in medical psychology evaluations is three-pronged:
It is the intent of our practice to diagnose our patients properly and then guide them toward the best possible treatment or treatments available. Frequently, a concerted effort by many disciplines is required in order for the patient to experience a major reduction in their pain and for them to regain a foothold in good quality life.