National Pain Institute offers an incredible amount of pain relief options with its Board Certified pain management doctors.
Pompano Beach, Fl (PRWEB) June 25, 2012
One of the leading pain clinics in South Florida, National Pain Institute, is now offering over a dozen pain relief options for alleviating low back and neck pain. National Pain is a member of the Florida Pain Network and serves Palm Beach and Broward County out of its Delray Beach location. New patients may be scheduled at (561) 600-1046.
The comprehensive back pain treatments are offered by Board Certified pain management doctors and National Pain also has additional Florida pain clinics around the state including multiple pain clinics in Orlando.
The comprehensive pain treatment options at the NPI clinic providing Pompano Beach pain management include:
- Pain medication management
- Radiofrequency Ablation
- Spinal Cord Stimulation
- Trigger Point Injections
- Epidural and Facet Injections
- Joint Injections (Back, Hip, Shoulder)
- Intravenous Therapy for Fibromyalgia
- Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy
- Pain Medication Pumps
The National Pain Institute maintains comprehensive treatments, and continuously strives to expand the therapeutic options to where there are over ten now. They maintain over a 95% successful nonoperative rate with patients. The clinics serve Port St Lucie, Orlando, Ocala area, Delray Beach, New Port Richey, and more.
National Pain also accepts several health insurance plans including Aetna, BCBS, Cigna, United Health, Medicare, Worker's Compensation, Personal Injury Liens, and a lot more.
Said David Greene, CEO of the Florida Pain Network, "The pain management doctors at National Pain are very well trained and offer an incredible amount of options. They are experts in over ten pain management treatments alone! When the doctors and staff collaborate on patients to create individualized care, the results speak for themselves. It's the model all modern pain management clinics should strive for - patients benefit dramatically."
Those interested in treatment should call (561) 600-1046 for more information and to make appointments.