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Reclaim Your Life from Pain

At Panorama, our goal is to help people feel better.  To do that, we try conservative treatments first, whenever possible, prior to pursuing surgery.   We understand patients may need a variety of options to help them heal. That’s why we have a team of experts — orthopedic surgeons, physiatrists, radiology technicians and specialty-trained physical therapists — to collaborate and provide a more comprehensive and thoughtful care plan for each patient.

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Our Care

Pain Management specialists use a two-pronged approach to treating pain: Short –term treatment with injections and properly dosed anti-inflammatory medications helps to relieve the pain so that patients can focus on correcting the more long-term biomechanical issues that may have caused the pain.

Interventional pain doctors have several types of injections in their toolbox – from diagnostic injections to ultrasound and fluoroscopic-guided injections, intra-articular steroid injections, and soft tissue injections. They can ease the pain in muscles, tendons, and ligaments, provide nerve blocks and address back, neck and SI joint pain.

Our Multi-disciplinary Approach to Pain Relief

At Panorama Orthopedics & Spine Center our entire team takes a holistic approach to pain management. One that encourages a healthy lifestyle, diet, general fitness, sleep quality and stress management, as these are all important parts of managing pain. We want to make sure each patient understands the components that lead to long-term success so that they can build a healthy momentum.

Often, physical therapy is an important part of rehabilitation for patients who have pain related to weakness, or injury.  Strengthening the muscles, correcting posture or changing movement patterns often addresses long-term biomechanical changes. That can help get the body properly aligned and functioning in an optimal manner.

Common Conditions Treated By the Pain Management Team

  • Herniated disks
  • Facet arthritis
  • Hip pain – Greater trochanteric pain syndrome
  • SI Joint Pain
  • Joint arthritis – knees, hips, shoulders,
  • Carpal Tunnel
  • Whiplash
  • Nerve Entrapment
  • Cervical Headaches
  • Partial tears – biceps tendon tear
  • Rotator cuff tears
  • Frozen shoulder
  • Sub-corticoid pain (in front of the shoulder)
  • Thoracic Pain
  • Scapular pain
  • Bursitis
  • Foot & Ankle arthritis
  • Tarsal Tunnel
  • Achilles
  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Peripheral nerve issues
  • Patellar tendon issues
  • Anterior knee pain
  • Meniscus Tears
  • Ligament, tendon injury
  • Hamstring tendonopathy
  • Piriformus syndrome
  • IT Band

Some of the pain-relieving procedures we are able to perform include:

  • Injections

    These are often used to treat pain that originates in the spine. Epidural injections involve injecting an anti-inflammatory medication, such as a steroid, near the problem area.

  • Radio frequency ablation (or RFA)

    Radio frequency ablation is a minimally invasive procedure used to treat pain coming from small joints in the back. It uses an electric current that produces a radio wave.

  • Percutaneous tenotomy

    This procedure can be very effective in treating persistent tendon issues that don’t respond to physical therapy or injections.  A probe is inserted into the tendon to dissolve scar tissue and promote healing.

  • Electromyography (EMG)

    EMG is used to diagnose painful nerve and muscle dysfunctions. It utilizes electrodes on the skin and a thin wire to measure the speed and strength of signals being transmitted in different areas of the body.



Sarah Robbins - Nurse Practitioner

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