Advanced Pain and Wellness Opens New Pain Management Clinic in Orange County, Now Accepting New Patients

Top Southern California pain management clinic, Advanced Pain, has now opened a second location in Santa Ana, Orange County. Advanced Pain offers Board Certified pain management including both medical and interventional pain management with very high success rates.

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Advanced Pain has now opened a pain management clinic in Santa Ana, Orange County. The pain doctors offer both medical and interventional pain treatments with very high success rates!

Santa Ana, California (PRWEB) February 03, 2014

Top Southern California pain management clinic, Advanced Pain, has now opened a second location in Santa Ana, Orange County. Advanced Pain offers Board Certified pain management including both medical and interventional pain management with very high success rates. For more information and scheduling at the new Orange County pain management clinic, call (714) 261-9131.

The top pain doctors at Advanced Pain are offering over 25 effective treatments. These may include oral or topical pain medications, NSAIDS, neuropathic medications, antidepressants and muscle relaxers. Interventional treatments include epidural or facet injections, joint injections, occipital blocks and much more.

Both simple and complicated conditions are treated at Advanced Pain including sciatica, back and neck pain, degenerative disc disease, fibromyalgia, RSD, headaches, failed back surgery, scoliosis among others.

The practice offers a Los Angeles pain management clinic on Wilshire Boulevard along with a Santa Ana pain office. The Orange County pain management clinic on Fairview Street. Most PPO insurance is accepted along with self pay as well.

For more information and scheduling with pain management Los Angeles and Orange County trusts, call (714) 261-9131.


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