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Pain Specialist

A pain specialist, also known as a pain management physician or pain medicine doctor, is a medical doctor who specializes in diagnosing, evaluating, and treating various types of chronic pain. Chronic pain is pain that persists for an extended period of time, typically lasting for three months or more, and can significantly impact a person's quality of life and overall well-being. Pain specialists are trained to address a wide range of pain conditions, both acute and chronic, and they employ a multidisciplinary approach to help patients manage and alleviate their pain.
Initial or new patient visit - chronic pain
Follow up visit - Anesthesia pain care
A follow up visit for anesthesia pain care.
Re-consult (not seen in 3 mo.)
A redo consult after not being seen for 3 months.
Physical therapy evaluation
Evaluation for physical therapy.
Physical therapy treatment.
Per session.
Pool/aqua therapy.
Per session.
New patient - Anesthesia pain care
A new patient visit for pain care.
Lumbar facet joint blocks/multple levels.
Lumbar radiofrequency denervation facet nerves.
Cervical transforaminal epidural steroid injection.
Multiple levels, unilateral.