Nevada Comprehensive Pain Center is one of the nation’s leading medical centers for the treatment of acute and chronic painful conditions and we are now serving Las Vegas
We have been able to achieve this by keeping our patients best interest in mind, providing compassionate care, and utilizing a multidisciplinary approach to the treatment of pain.
Unlike other facilities all of our treating physicians are board certified and fellowship trained in interventional spine and pain management. They have received training from only the best and most highly regarded training programs in America such as The Stanford University, The University of Chicago Hospitals, and Johns Hopkins Hospital. With such training our board certified and fellowship trained pain management physicians can guarantee that our patients receive the most compassionate, highest quality, and most cutting edge treatments. By doing so we often succeed where others have failed and we can return our patient’s back to more functional, active, and productive lives.
As research and personal experience has shown, chronic pain can take a major toll in many aspects of our patient’s lives. These include but are not limited to economic, mental, emotional and spiritual aspects. Without addressing these factors one can never truly achieve full long-term benefit. We at Nevada Comprehensive Pain Center understand this and believe in treating the whole person and not just the symptoms. We do this by utilizing a multi-disciplinary approach to the development and implementation of highly specialized and individually tailored treatment regimens for each of our patients. These programs are developed with the input of other Board certified physicians and experts in the community. These experts included:
- Orthopedic surgeons
- Physical and rehabilitation physicians
- Primary care physician’s
- Occupational and physical therapies
- Chiropractic physicians
- Social workers
- Other healthcare providers
From our Blog
Pain is the most common reason why individuals seek health care, (neurostimulation is an option to control pain). It is an unpleasant emotional and sensory experience that is typically associated with tissue damage. Uncontrolled pain has a profound effect on the quality of life of those who are suffering from it. It can affect they way they sleep, decrease their appetite, and promote stress. Moreover, pain can also cause depression and anxiety as well as lower the body’s capability to respond to various medical treatments. Today, there are already different