Category Archives: Pain clinics

IL – Pain Management Online

The web site for the Advanced Pain Diagnostic and Treatment Consultants (APDTC) APDTC is an association of independent pain treatment physicians.

Chronic pain takes its toll on its victims in a physical, psychological and functional manner. Pain can negatively affect sleep, disrupt family relationships, cause poor work performance and put a strain on oneís entire lifestyle.

We can help with ìtailor-made,î comprehensive treatment programs to meet particular medical and personal needs.

Our philosophy is to keep patients pain-free, alert, functional and to avoid narcotics as much as possible. We accomplish this with up-to-date diagnostic and treatment techniques.

Our approach is to use various x-ray-guided injections in a modern operating room. We also use sedation whenever possible to reduce the pain and anxiety of the procedure. We are committed to providing the latest in effective diagnosis and treatment.
A Highly Qualified Staff:

Advanced Pain Centersí physicians and support personnel have extensive training and experience in the latest pain management techniques and procedures.

A rigorous program of continuing education is focused on maintaining and enhancing the knowledge and skills of the entire staff.

Additionally, our collective staff speaks the following languages: Spanish, French, German, Russian, Dutch, Icelandic, Chinese, and English.
Enhanced Technologies for Internal and
External Communications:

Optical scanning is utilized for processing and electronically filing patient charts, x-rays, diagrams and other records to:

Enable patient records to be electronically accessed by staff at any of Advanced Pain Centersí locations and surgical facilities.

Facilitate prompt reporting to referring physicians, case managers and others, usually within 24 hours of the patientís visit.

Include copies of x-rays, diagrams and other graphic material in reports when appropriate.

PA – Pain and Health Management Center

The Pain and Health Management Center, P.A. is an associated group of Board Certified anesthesiologists who are fellowship trained in chronic pain management. Our comprehensive team of professionals offer pain management services for chronic benign and cancer pain patients.

Our Mission

Our mission is to offer a comprehensive, individualized treatment plan to those who are suffering from physical pain. Our multidisciplinary approach includes both interventional and non-interventional algorithms. PHMC practices in collaboration with referring professionals to ensure continuity of care, restoration of function and cost effectiveness. Our philosophy is to communicate honestly and frequently with patients to foster realistic expectations of outcomes. We are dedicated to delivering compassionate care of the highest quality at a reasonable cost to each patient.

IL – Chronic Pain Care Center

The Pain Institute in Chicago.

A center for management and research of chronic pain, esp. Fibromyalgia and Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy.

Therapies offered:
Acupuncture, aquatic, biofeedback, occupational therapy, physical, psychological, therapeutic recreation

Conditions treated at this location:
Amputation, arthritis, back injury, mild traumatic brain injury, chronic pain, fibromyalgia, joint replacement, multiple sclerosis, orthopedic conditions, osteoporosis, Parkinson’s disease, pelvic pain, spinal cord injury, spinal cord injury (paraplegic), spinal cord injury (quadriplegic), spine tumor, stroke (CVA)

General and special services:
Functional capacity evaluation, occupational rehabilitation (ergonomics), prosthetics and orthotics, vocational rehabilitation, work conditioning, work hardening

Populations served:
Adolescent (ages 12-18), adults (ages 19-64), geriatric (ages 65+)

Address and general directions:
RIC Gold Coast
1030 N. Clark
Chicago, Illinois 60610
(Gold Coast Galleria)
(Corner of Clark and Maple Streets)

To schedule an appointment/evaluation:
Call (312) 238-7800

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: [email protected]

SF – The UCSF Pain Clinical Research Center

The UCSF Pain Clinical Research Center

This clinic focuses on neuropathic pain, i.e. pain from damage to nerves. The clinic’s goal is to impact the management and treatment of chronic neuropathic pain through carefully designed studies of promising treatments. Studies are ongoing with some details available on their home page.

To Contact the PCRC

Mail to:
The Pain Clinical Research Center
1701 Divisadero Street
Suite 480
San Francisco, CA 94115

Call: 415-885-7899

Fax: 415-885-7855

OH – Roxane Pain Clinic.

Roxane Pain Clinic.
Pain Institute is dedicated mainly to cancer, but has general info as well.

Roxane Laboratories, Inc.
P.O. Box 16532
Columbus, OH 43216

For General Information, Comments and Suggestions, and /or Technical Product Information, go to or
call 1-800-962-8364

For Customer Service, call 1-800-520-1631

Canada – The Victoria Pain Clinic
The Victoria Pain Clinic “Western Canada’s Residential Treatment Centre for Chronic Pain and Stress”

The Victoria Pain Clinic is a proven residential treatment centre serving clients who suffer from chronic pain and/or chronic stress. It is most suited for those who have not responded well to conventional therapy or wish to explore an alternative to drugs or surgery. A large portion of our clients have had accidents or surgery and are still in pain after the normal healing period has elapsed (more than 3 – 6 months).

The Victorian Pain Clinic
365 Hector Rd., RR#3
Victoria, BC CANADA V9E 2C3
Phone: (250) 727-6250
Fax: (250) 727-7358
Email: [email protected]