With over 50 pain treatments available at its newest Phoenix location, Arizona Pain offers customized treatment plans that offer over a 90% success!
Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) April 22, 2013
Arizona Pain Specialists has opened a new Phoenix pain management location and is offering over 50 effective pain treatments at the location. The clinic is staffed by a fellowship trained pain doctor, chiropractor, and rehab specialist providing comprehensive treatments including medication management and interventional pain treatments. The clinic accepts over 50 insurances and is scheduling now at 602-507-6550.
In keeping with the broad array of pain management treatments provided at all of its locations, the new Phoenix pain clinic offers both traditional and alternative options for pain relief. The options include a pain management doctor, chiropractic treatments, spinal decompression therapy, acupuncture, physical rehabilitation along with behavioral therapy.
The variety of therapies include cutting edge treatments such as radiofrequency ablation, platelet rich plasma therapy, spinal cord stimulator implants and an upcoming stem cell injection study for arthritic joints.
"The amount of treatments offered is very impressive. Whether it's medication management, interventional treatments, spinal cord decompression therapy, acupuncture, chiropractic or regenerative medicine, Arizona Pain offers their patients the best chance to achieve pain relief and avoid surgery. Plus, they accept over 50 insurances!" said David Greene, CEO of the Arizona Pain Network.
With the incredible amount of options to choose from, the Award-Winning Phoenix pain doctors are also able to offer the treatments under one roof. Insurances accept include AHCCCS (Phoenix Health Plan, Mercy Care, APIPA), Medicare, Aetna, BCBS, Cigna, United, Humana, Lifeprint, Worker's Compensation, Personal Injury and most additional major medical. Self pay is accepted as well.
For those in need of premier Phoenix pain management, call (602) 507-6550 for more information and scheduling.