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Pain Management

At Cape Cod Healthcare, we understand the toll that acute or chronic pain takes on your life. Our pain management experts are here to help, with the latest treatment options to provide lasting relief.

Treating Acute, Chronic & Cancer-Related Pain

We treat pain in all areas of the body and pain related to cancer or surgery. We regularly help individuals with:

  • Back and neck pain
  • Headache and facial pain
  • Muscle pain and spasms
  • Nerve pain
  • Pain related to orthopedic conditions, such as arthritis
  • Injuries related to sports, work or motor vehicle accidents

Advanced Tools for Diagnosis & Treatment

We begin by identifying the cause of your pain, using a variety of diagnostic tools, such as MRI, to isolate the specific source. This allows us to develop a plan of treatment targeted to your specific needs. Treatment options include:

  • Acupuncture
  • Steroid injections in the joints or spine
  • Medication
  • Nerve blocks
  • Facet joint injections/radiofrequency ablation
  • Implants that control pain through nerve stimulation or medication
  • Osteopathic manipulation (at Cape Cod Hospital Pain Center only)
  • Spinal cord stimulator trials and management
  • Diagnostic and therapeutic nerve blocks for multiple medical conditions
  • Bursa injections
  • Platelet rich plasma injections
  • Sphenopalatine ganglion blocks for facial pain and migraines
  • Sympathetic nerve blocks/ablation for Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
  • Carpal tunnel steroid injections under ultrasound guidance
  • Celiac plexus/splanchnic plexus blocks and neurolysis

Your treatment plan may include a combination of therapeutic procedures, physical therapy, behavioral health therapy, complementary treatments, and medication management.