Pain Management Treatment Market Report

Top Las Vegas Pain Management Clinics, Innovative Pain Care, Now Offering Over Ten Effective Treatments for Sacroiliac Joint Pain

27, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Research and Markets ( http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/k3qxwk/pain_management ) has announced the addition of the “Pain Management Treatment Markets” report to their offering. Pain management describes a particular set of drugs, analgesics, which are specifically used as therapeutics to control pain in the clinic. As pain affects 1.5 billion people worldwide, these drugs are one of the major segments of the central nervous system (CNS) therapies market. This report focuses on the role of pain management drugs in clinical use and in drug development for acute pain, chronic pain, neuropathic path and nociceptive pain. The research discusses drug development and targeted therapeutics, as well as their use in clinical trials. New approaches meant to aid in development of drugs for therapeutic use are emphasized. The study also analyzes almost all of the major, specialty and emerging companies known to be marketing, manufacturing or developing pain management treatment products in the U.S. and worldwide. Additionally, this review provides detailed tables, charts and figures with past and projected sales data for the U.S., Europe and other geographic regions. Key Topics Covered:
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Los Angeles Pain Management Doctors With CA Pain Network Now Offering Over 20 Treatment Options for Failed Back Surgery

Three physicians and a staff of medical aides run the operation. Dr. Matthew Peterson is the owner and medical director. Dr. Stephen Dechter and Dr. Mo Khan joined over the summer. Physican Assistant Nadean Pulfer, a Walla Walal resident, has been with Pinnacle Pain Center in Kennewick for six years and has been treating fibromyalgia and chronic pain conditions, managing medications and providing non-operative procedures. Until the opening on Birch Street, many clients had been traveling from Walla Walla to the Tri-Cities. For more details visit pinnaclepaincenter.com or call 509-591-0070. Workers with disabilities are the unsung heroes being honored through the month of October in recognition of National Disability Employment Awareness Month. The Lillie Rice Center and its staff and businesss partners are spreading the word about disability employment and the contributions to Americas workforce by those with disabilities.
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Pain management service expands to Walla Walla

With over twenty treatment options with twenty doctors at twenty locations, the Board Certified doctors offer impressive success rates for pain relief and return to work. Santa Ana, CA (PRWEB) October 09, 2013 When it comes to the best workers compensation pain management treatment, the Orange County pain management doctors in the California Pain Network offer premier options for pain relief. With over twenty treatment options with twenty doctors at twenty locations, the Board Certified doctors offer impressive success rates for pain relief and return to work. Call (714) 261-9131 for more information and scheduling. Treatment options include both medication management and interventional procedures. This may include oral or topical pain medications such as NSAID or steroid creams, muscle relaxers, neurogenic medications like Lyrica or narcotics when indicated. The incredible array of interventional treatments helps those with back, neck or extremity pain. Therapies may include trigger point injections, facet or medial branch blocks, three different kinds of epidural steroid injections , SI joint injections and modern, cutting edge options such as radiofrequency ablation and spinal cord stimulator implants. The Board Certified pain management doctors in Orange County are able to customize treatment plans and achieve over a 75% success rate with patients. The doctors are on a lot of Medical Provider Networks and are not only experts in patient treatment but also administrative paperwork. Along with pain management doctors, the CA Pain Network also offers orthopedic doctors, spine surgeons and chiropractors as well who accept workers compensation claims. For premier workers compensation pain management treatment in Orange County, call (714) 261-9131.
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Pain management protocol reduced narcotic analgesic use in patients after distal radial fracture surgery

Even when back or neck surgery is performed with the best of intentions and with excellent indications, the potential for continued pain or new pain after surgery exists. This may occur from scar tissue, flare-ups of pain adjacent to the surgery site or simply the problem that it is very difficult to know the exact source of an individuals pain. However the person ends up with significant pain due to failed surgery, the Network pain management doctors often achieve success. Options with the Board Certified LA pain doctors include both medication management and interventional procedures. Medications may be either oral or topical with NSAIDS, muscle relaxers or narcotics when indicated. Non-narcotic pain reliever medicines are also prescribed. Interventional treatments provided are the most modern available, such as radiofrequency ablation and spinal cord stimulator implants. Over the past decade, the effectiveness with modern pain management for failed back or neck surgery has reached over 80%, which allows patients to get back to work, avoid further surgery and play with ones kids. Additional possibilities include three different types of epidural steroid injections, facet and medial branch blocks, SI joint injections, trigger point injections and more.
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Orange County Pain Management Doctors in CA Pain Network Now Offering Over 20 Treatment Options for Workers Compensation Patients

The Network has over 20 Orange County and Los Angeles pain management doctors in over 20 locations. Call (714) 261-9131 for more information and scheduling. With acute and chronic pain affecting over 100 million Americans, having effective treatment options to help those suffering get relief is crucial. The Board Certified pain management doctors in Orange County and Los Angeles offer over 25 treatment options including topical and oral pain medications and modern procedures for pain. These include such cutting edge options as spinal cord stimulator implants, radiofrequency ablation and multiple different types of epidural injections. The various treatment options with the pain management clinics in Santa Ana, Anaheim, Irvine and surrounding areas have over a 90% success rate, frequently helping patients get back to work, playing with the kids and avoiding risky surgery. The California Pain Network also includes highly skilled chiropractors, orthopedic surgeons and spine surgeons throughout Los Angeles and Orange County. The Orange County chiropractors often have same day appointments available. The Board Certified orthopedic surgeons and Orange County spine surgeons offer treatment that is minimally invasive if possible, thereby minimizing recovery time. For those individuals dealing with auto accident injuries, it can be difficult to find Board Certified, skilled doctors who accept personal injury liens. The California Pain Network makes it easy by having the top Los Angeles and Orange County pain management clinics accessible through the Network’s scheduling department.
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Orange County Pain Management Doctors in CA Pain Network Now Accepting Over 50 Insurance Plans

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When hypnosis and hypnotic suggestions are combined with other treatments, those other treatments become more effective. When people with chronic pain are taught how to use self-hypnosis for pain management and improved sleep, they experience pain relief and sleep better. This research also reveals that hypnosis has many side effects, which are overwhelmingly positive. People who learn self-hypnosis can not only experience significant pain relief, but report a greater sense of overall well-being and control. For all of these reasons, more clinicians are seeking to learn how to apply hypnosis and to teach self-hypnosis to their clients with chronic pain. Mark P. Jensen is Professor and Vice Chair for Research of the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine at the University of Washington Medical Center. He has published more than 250 articles and book chapters on pain assessment and management, and is currently Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Pain. He is the author of Hypnosis for Chronic Pain Management: Workbook and Hypnosis for Chronic Pain Management: Therapist Guide , winner of the 2011 Arthur Shapiro Award for Best Book on Hypnosis, from the Society of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis. He will be presenting a Hypnosis for Pain Management workshop on pain management at the 55th ASCH Annual Scientific Meeting and Workshops on 16 March 2013.
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Hypnosis for chronic pain management

Call (702) 323-0553 for more information and scheduling. It is not well known that painful SI joints are the source of low back pain up to 25% of the time. The SI joints contain cartilage just like other mobile joints in the body and are susceptible to arthritis and pain. The joints connect the sacrum to the pelvis and see a considerable amount of stress during walking and physical activity. A person may develop chronic pain in the SI joint or pain that exacerbates from time to time. The pain management doctors in Las Vegas at Innovative Pain offer individualized treatment for SI joint pain . This may include a steroid injection under fluoroscopy (real time x-ray), trigger point injections, or possibly a new procedure known as radiofrequency ablation. The radiofrequency procedure may provide long term relief for SI joint pain and enable increased activity and less need for pain medications. Additional treatment possibilities include topical pain medication or oral ones. These may include short term opiates if necessary or non-narcotic medications. The treatments are customized, as no two patients truly present identical or have the same response to therapy. Innovative Pain Care offers both a Las Vegas and a Henderson pain management clinic. Over 50 insurance plans are accepted including PPOas, Medicare, Workeras Compensation, Personal Injury Liens and self pay.
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Nelson, MD, said. I think the protocol can serve as a model upon which other surgeons can design their own pain management protocol that fits their own practice situation. … Distal radius fractures can be used as an index surgery by which various surgeons can assess the effectiveness of their pain management protocol to others because it is a common surgery, it is moderately painful and we all do it about the same way. David L. Nelson Nelson and colleagues prospectively evaluated 59 patients who underwent open reduction, internal fixation for distal radial fracture surgery with a volar plate. The pain management protocol included preoperative counseling of expected pain, a preoperative long-acting oral acetaminophen and long-acting non-steroidal, a pre-incision lidocaine block and an intraoperative bupivacaine block. Postoperatively, the pain management protocol included prescribing a non-PRN long-acting oral acetaminophen and long-acting non-steroidal for 2 days after surgery followed by PRN, hydrocodone/acetaminophen 5:500 for breakthrough pain, a postoperative telephone call and assessment of the pain management protocol at 10 days post-surgery, according to the abstract. They found that at 10 days after surgery, the average number of hydrocodone/acetaminophen pills taken was 0.68 pills and no patients asked for a refill. Of the patients in the study, 72% of patients took no opioids because they believed their pain did not require it. Additionally, 8% of patients took one pill, 6% of patients took two pills, 5% of patients took three pills and 3% of patients took five pills, according to the abstract. Reference: Nelson DL. Paper #7. Presented at: American Society for Surgery of the Hand Annual Meeting.
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