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Pain Center

McLaren's Pain Management Center offers services to manage the full spectrum of pain. By evaluating a patient's physical, emotional and psychological needs, our Pain Management physician provides a responsive, thorough and individualized care plan. By combining innovative technologies such as floral procedures, the latest non-habit forming medications with careful examination we can create a focused treatment plan for each patient.

Breaking the Cycle of Pain

Pain is a natural component of the healing process following illness, injury or surgery. If it persists or is more intense than normally expected, it becomes its own 'condition' and merits treatment. If ignored, or improperly treated or diagnosed, a cycle of pain, depression and inactivity often result. The Pain Management Center believes that, with an accurate diagnosis, pain can often be eliminated or effectively managed, and quality of life vastly improved.

Pain Management at McLaren Thumb Region

Anyone who has experienced chronic pain - ongoing, daily pain lasting more than three months - knows it is a serious problem. At McLaren Thumb Region, we know how real your pain is and how it can restrict your lifestyle. We are committed to working with you and your primary care physician to help individuals control, reduce or eliminate pain.

We treat both acute and chronic pain sufferers. Acute pain usually lasts a short time and is often the result of an injury, surgery, or illness. Chronic pain is a pain that continues well beyond the expected healing time of the original injury or condition.

The Pain Management Center is knowledgeable in pain management. Pain can have a serious impact on your quality of life by interfering with your daily activities, let us find the source of your pain relieve it.  We treat pain stemming from:

  • Neck and back injury/illness
  • Spinal stenosis
  • Post herpetic neuralgia (Shingles)
  • Complex regional pain syndrome
  • Degenerative disc disease
  • Degenerative joint disease
  • Headaches

A thorough history and physical examination is performed, followed by an individualized pain management and treatment plan is developed to help you take control of your pain and improve your quality of life.

McLaren Thumb Region accepts most insurances, including Medicare, Medicaid and Workers' Compensation.  All patients require a physician referral for an appointment.