How long should I attend physical therapy before considering pain management procedure?
- Posted on: Sep 28 2016
- Progress has reached a plateau
- Condition is worsening
If you are working hard at physical therapy, you should notice an increase in mobility and a return to your previous level of function. Your pain level should be decreasing, and impairments like limited range of motion (ROM) and strength should be improving. If your pain is getting worse or if you are noticing a continued loss of functional mobility then you should consider Pain Management procedures. Pain Management procedures attack chronic pain and make it tolerable for patients to resume their daily lives. Here at Action Sports Medicine & Pain Management we offer various minimally invasive pain management techniques.
These procedures include:
Contact us today to have one of our doctors assist you in creating a personalized plan of treatment to help you combat your pain.
Posted in: Sports & Orthopedic Medicine