Orlando, Fl (PRWEB) July 25, 2012
The leading Orlando pain clinic, National Pain Institute, are now offering over a dozen pain management treatment options for sciatica, neck and back pain, headaches and fibromyalgia. As a member of the Florida Pain Network, National Pain has three Orlando pain management locations with Board Certified doctors offering comprehensive options for obtaining pain relief while avoiding surgery. New patients may be scheduled at (407) 487-2539.
Along with the Orlando locations, National Pain has additional locations around the state, such as a clinic in Port St Lucie and one of the leading pain clinics in Palm Beach County.
The dozen treatment options offered by National Pain include:
The Institute of Medicine 2011 report identified 1 out of every 3 Americans suffer from chronic pain and recommended pain clinics to incorporate comprehensive treatment options for better outcomes. When it comes to chronic pain such as headaches, the pain may lead to lost time from work, disability and depression. Comprehensive pain treatment such as with the Port St Lucie pain management location can prevent the need for risky spine surgery.
The National Pain Institute has been offering comprehensive treatments since their beginning, and always strives to expand the treatment options to where there are over a dozen now. They have over a 90% successful nonsurgical rate with patients. The clinics serve Port St Lucie, Orlando, Ocala area, Palm Beach pain management, New Port Richey, and more.
National Pain also accepts dozens of health insurance plans including Medicare, Cigna, BCBS, Aetna, United Health, Worker's Compensation, Personal Injury Liens, and many more.
Said David Greene, CEO of the Florida Pain Network, "The Florida pain management doctors at National Pain are exceptionally well trained and offer an extensive amount of treatments. They are experts in over a dozen pain management procedures alone! When the doctors and staff collaborate on patients to create customized care, the results speak for themselves. It's the model all modern pain management centers should strive for."
Those interested in treatment should call (407) 487-2539 for more information and to make appointments.