Specializing in Total Pain Management Treatments Since 1997
Our team goal is to educate our patients as well as their health care providers and insurance companies about the services we offer. We want to make these positive, state-of-the-art, diagnostic, and therapeutic medical options available to individuals in need.
Patients that work with us receive the most up-to-date options of pain diagnosis and treatment, customized to their unique conditions. When appropriate, we also perform procedures under fluoroscopic or X-ray guidance. This enables us to avoid pitfalls and poor outcomes common to other approaches in pain diagnosis and treatment.
Migraine and Whiplash Headaches
Not all headaches are migraines. Therefore, it is our primary goal to locate the cause of your symptoms by taking into account all available data. Current treatments for headaches include:
Neck and Arm Pain
When a patient states that they have been suffering from neck or arm pain, they are describing symptoms. It is our job at Control Pain to select the correct set of diagnostic tools to determine the source of these symptoms. Current treatments for neck and arm pain include:
Upper Back Pain
Symptoms in this region of the body can be referred from other areas of the body. They may also be generated from a source within the upper back. It takes a careful diagnosis to determine the correct source of the pain. Current treatments for upper back pain include:
Lower Back and Leg Pain
Everyone experiences back pain differently. There are multiple potential treatable sources of back and leg pain. Common examples would include pain arising from the muscle, disc, or bony structures. As a pain physician, Dr. Schifini’s goal is to efficiently sort through all the possible causes to determine the correct, treatable source. Current treatments for lower back and leg pain include:
Pain symptoms in a patient’s pelvis can be referred from other areas of the body, or they may be generated from a source within the pelvis itself. To determine the correct source of the patient’s pain, our physicians always make sure to take a careful approach. Current treatments for pelvic pain include: