The Integrative Pain Medicine division of ProHEALTH Care Associates offers patients a unique multi-disciplinary approach to pain management. Initial consultation includes a comprehensive neurological and biomechanical examination. All diagnostic studies are offered on site. Other practitioners within the division of Comprehensive Pain Medicine include: an anesthesiologist who specializes in therapeutic injections; a massage therapist who is also a licensed spiritual counselor; a nurse who provides biofeedback/neurofeedback treatment, Amma therapy and nutritional/supplement counseling; a physical therapist who performs intuitive manual therapy including myofascial release and craniosacral technique; two acupuncturists; a psychologist who specializes in pain management. Patients are treated according to their individual needs. As all practitioners work within the same geographical space, a team approach is utilized with all patients.
All chronic and intractable pain syndromes are addressed, with particular expertise in disorders of the spine and reflex sympathetic dystrophy. Patients may be seen for consultation only, or for comprehensive management.
Clinical Professor, Department of Neurology
MD from University of Chicago
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