Find the Cause of Your Pain and Get Treatment Today
Here is what you can expect when you visit CDI Pain Care:
- First you visit one of our convenient, outpatient locations where you will meet with our CDI Pain Care team who will evaluate your pain.
- Next, an individualized care plan will be developed for you. Based on your diagnosis and unique needs, your care plan could include several recommendations. Potential recommendations are listed in the drop down below.
- Each step of the way will be shared with your referring doctor to ensure they are aware of your treatment and progress when you return to their office to continue your care.
Treatment options CDI Pain Care may recommend, include:
- Medical Imaging – helps identify the cause of your pain.
- Diagnostic Injections – used to define the source of pain more precisely and may temporarily decrease it.
- Therapeutic injections – used to diagnose and treat pain originating from the spinal nerve roots, reduce symptoms, and decrease inflammation which can result in long-term symptom relief. Symptom relief from injections allows you to do physical therapy or chiropractic care (if recommended by your care provider) with less pain.
- Physical therapists – often an important part of rehabilitation and treatment of patients with chronic conditions or injuries. Physical therapists can help improve mobility and functional ability by including a prescription of or assistance with specific exercises, manual therapy, education and other interventions.
- Medication management – may be part of your overall treatment plan; medications might be prescribed for you with the intent of improved outcomes and pain relief.
- Behavioral Health services – to help deal with chronic pain which can lead to depression and anxiety that can delay your recovery if not evaluated and addressed. CDI Pain Care offers access to a trained behavioral health practitioner to help you cope with your pain.
- Neurostimulation – an advanced chronic pain therapy involving electrical pulses to specifically target areas along the spine in order to block pain signals traveling through the nervous system from reaching the brain. Unlike other chronic pain treatments or surgeries, you can experience neurostimulation on a trial basis to see if it relieves your pain.
- Surgical consults – may be recommended in some cases.