Our Pain Clinic Can Help You

Are you suffering from acute and chronic pain?
Pain is disruptive, affecting every area of our life. Often when we speak of pain in the medical community it is either described as chronic or acute.

If you are suffering from pain Quality of Life Medical and Research Center specializes in pain management using different modalities to treat/manage the pain. Some options include: medical range of motion therapy, nerve conditioning testing, trigger point injections, neuromodulation or spinal cord stimulation, occupational and behavioral therapy.
Most pain treatments will not take away all of the pain, however treatment should reduce the pain you have and reduce recurrences of it. Talk to one of the practitioners at Quality of Life to learn how to best control your pain.

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