Pain management, how to improve your quality of life
If you are reading this, it's likely that you are experiencing pain routinely. If that sounds about right, then you are in the right place!
Keep reading for answers to the questions in bold below:
"Is my pain going to go away?"
There are many different reasons for you to be experiencing pain. Depending on what the cause of your pain is, you will see varying degrees of pain relief and in ideal scenario's complete pain disapation.
Your pain management team will assess your pain, and present you with a tailored solution designed to bring you the best pain therapy for you. So what are you waiting for, lets get to the bottom of your pain together!BOOK APPOINTMENT
"What's causing my pain?"
There are many causes that could be responsible for your pain. While it's easy to point to where it hurts, it may be a biproduct of the root source of your pain, and if left untreated it can create more issues for you down the road.
That's why it's important to have a pain specialist who will do everything in their power to locate the root of your pain, and then go about mitigating it instead of just treating the immediately visible symptoms.BOOK APPOINTMENT
"How will I afford my treatment?"
If you are like most people, then the thought of how you will pay for your medical treatment is probably a little intimidating.
Does that sound like your position? Then you are in luck!
Most insurances are accepted, and 0% financing options with no credit checks are available for your convinience.BOOK APPOINTMENT
"Will I need surgery?"
Depending on what the source of your pain is, you may need surgery. However this is not the first method of pain relief your treatment plan will have unless absolutely necessary.
There are non invasive pain relief options available, and in some cases physical therapy may be a viable option.
If all else fails and surgery is recomended you are in good hands, and will be in the same hands from start to finish through your treatment, surgery, and recovery.BOOK APPOINTMENT
"Will I be placed on pain medication?"
You may be perscribed pain medication, however Azure Health is doing its part to combat the opiod crisis in America by only perscribing them as a last resort.
Instead of being placed on pain medications, your pain specialist will do their part to treat your pain adequetly without placing you on pain medications.BOOK APPOINTMENT
"What kind of insurance is accepted?"
- United Healthcare Optum Behaviorl
- Charter EPO
- Charter HMO / HMO Plus
- Charter POS
- Choice EPO
- Choice Plus HMO
- Choice Plus POS
- Core EPO
- ER Wrap
- Navigate EPO NON PAR
- Navigate HMO / HMO Plus NON PAR
- Navigate POS NON PAR
- Nexus ACO NR EPO
- Nexus ACO NR HMO
- Nexus ACO NR POS
- Nexus ACO OA POS
- Nexus ACO R EPO
- Nexus ACO R HMO
- Nexus ACO R POS
- Nexus ACO OA EPO
- Nexus ACO OA HMO
- NY Empire PPO
- Select EPO
- Select Plus HMO
- Select Plus POS
- United Healthcare Core Choice Plus
- Evercare Select
- AZ LTC NON PAR
- AARP Medicare Advantage (HMO)
- AARP Medicare Advantage (HMO-POS)
- AARP Medicare Advantage Walgreens (PPO)
- AARP Medicare Advantage Walgreens Plan 1 (PPO)
- United Healthcare Nursing