No one wants to live with a painful injury or condition such as tendinitis, ligament tears, or arthritis. The expert orthopedic surgeons, led by Daniel Fox, MD, FACS, at the Center for Orthopedics and Sports Medicine in Toms River, New Jersey, offer customized pain management treatments to help you stay comfortable while you recover from an injury, surgery, or other condition. Don’t let pain interfere with your life. Call or schedule an appointment online today.
Pain management is a medical specialty area dedicated to relieving your pain and physical discomfort. The physicians at the Center for Orthopedics and Sports Medicine provide highly customized pain management plans that combine a variety of therapies to relieve your pain, so you can focus your energy on recovery.
Pain management may include:
If you’re living with musculoskeletal pain anywhere in your body, contact the physicians at the Center for Orthopedics and Sports Medicine. They provide detailed exams and consultations to identify the injury or condition causing your pain as well as expert treatments to heal your body and relieve your pain.
If chronic pain is limiting your mobility or disrupting your life, you may be a candidate for pain management services. For example, if your pain is preventing you from sleeping through the night or is making it impossible for you to work, professional pain management may help you get your life back.
The physicians at the Center for Orthopedics and Sports Medicine want to help you lead a healthy, active, and pain-free life. They provide thorough exams and consultations to identify the best treatments to relieve your pain.
Unfortunately, pain management treatment isn’t usually a quick fix. Your treatment begins with an exam and consultation that allows your doctor to identify the condition causing your pain and gauge the severity of your discomfort as well as how it interferes with your life.
Then, your doctor works with you to create a plan to not only manage your pain but also help your body heal. For example, if you have arthritis in your knees that makes it difficult for you to walk or stand, your doctor may recommend a combination of medicine, PRP injections, and physical therapy.
You can take anti-inflammatory medication to reduce the swelling in your knee joints while the PRP injections stimulate new cell growth, and physical therapy builds strength in the muscles surrounding your knees to provide enhanced support.
If pain is interfering with your life, call the Center for Orthopedics and Sports Medicine today or schedule a consultation online.