MI – University of Michigan Pain Clinic.

The University of Michigan, home to one of the largest health care complexes in the world, has historically been the site of groundbreaking accomplishments and technological advancements in the field of medicine. Its prestigious Center for Interventional Pain Medicine continues the tradition, on the forefront of both research and patient care. The primary focus of the Center is the practice of medicine dealing with the evaluation, diagnosis and application of interventional treatment for the management of pain and related disorders.

Our clinic strives to promote the development and practice of safe, high-quality, cost effective interventional techniques for the diagnosis and treatment of pain.

The Michigan Difference

Pain Fellowship trained, board certified anesthesiologists focused on interventional pain medicine
Dedicated team also includes specialty trained nurses, a physical therapist, a social worker, and a pain psychologist
Academic center, at the forefront of research and technology for interventional pain medicine
Expanded interventional services and equipment
Prompt scheduling of new patient appointments with proper referrals

Problems commonly seen in our clinic include:

Back and neck pain
Cancer or cancer therapy related pain
Cervicogenic headache and occipital neuralgia
Chest Wall Pain
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (also known as Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy)
Disc disease
Facet syndrome
Failed back surgery
Intractable angina
Ischemic pain from peripheral vascular disease
Limb pain
Nerve entrapment
Peripheral neuropathy
Phantom limb/stump pain
Post herpetic neuralgia (pain from shingles)
Radiculopathy (Sciatica)
Sacroiliac joint pain
Spinal stenosis

University of Michigan Pain Clinic.
A Multidisciplinary Pain Center providing comprehensive services for the evaluation and treatment of chronic disabling pain.

Pain Management for Patients at the University of Michigan Health System

Pain Management for Children at the University of Michigan Health System

University of Michigan Health System
1500 E. Medical Center Drive Ann Arbor, MI 48109

Center for Interventional Pain Medicine
C213 Med Inn, Box 0824
1500 East Medical Center Drive
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-0824
Phone: (734) 763-5459
Fax: (734) 936-6585

Carmen R. Green, MD
Principal Investigator
Associate Professor of Anesthesiology
Phone: 734-936-4240
Fax: 734-936-9091
Email: carmeng@umich.edu

11 thoughts on “MI – University of Michigan Pain Clinic.”

  1. I was enjured a work. I smashed & mutilated right hand pinky/ring/middle fingers. Dr. Haass performed hand surgery 01/25/2011. Amputated pinky. trying to save ring finger. Middle & ring fingers have pins. I am taking OXYCOD/APAP TAB 5.325MG@1 TABLET EVERY4 HRS or 2 EVERY 6 HRS (mostly just 1 every 4hrs)… IBUPROFEN 600MG@ 1 EVERY 8 HRS… ASPIRIN 325MG@ 2 TABLETS DAILY… The pain never stops. Dr. Haass said that this is the strongest meds he can perscibe Go to a pain clinic. Found you online. Just trying to stop unbearable pain. can’t even sleep. My MOM is 63 yrs old. Taking care of me 24..7. She gets little rest. Do you think you can help? Do we just have to endure burning, throbbing pai?

  2. Looking for a good pain doctor. I have a nerve entrapment situation and need to have it either deadened or “killed” off.

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  4. My daughter, Leeanna, has Complex Regional Pain Sydndrome, or RSD. She is 30 years old and diagnosed 6 months ago. Her surgeon has cut four nerves in her leg thus far to relieve pain, but it has not helped. We need to find a doctor in or near the Macomb County area to help her. We don’t want her cut anymore until we can get a second opinion. Her symptoms are rapidly digressing. If you have any information that can help us, please write back. Thank You.

    1. Dear JoAnn, I too have CRPS, have had it for almost 9 years, please don’t let anyone cut into your daughter.. Has she had nerve blocks? She is still early in her diagnosis and there is still a chance for remission. I have strongly found that she needs PT, nerve blocks , possibly Nuerontin, I have found by many that the sister to that, Lyrica is just too hard to handle it’s side effects. U of M has a good pain management system and drs. I wish you the best and God Bless your daughter Leeanna !!

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