Pain Clinics Near You

With multiple locations across the Phoenix valley, it is convenient to visit a nearby office

Pain Types We Treat

Treatment for: head and neck pain, arm and leg pain, back pain, and many other types of pain

New Patient Promotion

New patients receive a complementary consultation, x-rays, and hydro massage*

Injury Hotline

Immediate Appointments Available. Auto Accident, Workers’ Comp, All Accidental Injuries

Phoenix Pain Management Specialists

At Pain Stop Clinics, we practice responsible pain management. We are a practice that’s comprised of multiple medical disciplines which allows us to provide comprehensive pain treatment programs for quick pain relief and long-term results. We dedicate ourselves to raising the bar, going further and being proactive in practicing the most innovative medical technologies and pain management procedures.

We have a broad array of services and specialties not commonly found in typical pain management practices. This enables us to provide diagnostic testing, medical procedures and physical therapy, in each of the 6 Phoenix area clinics. The benefit is more convenient, comfortable and efficient pain management care.

We are dedicated to giving you the same level of personalized, attentive care we expect for our own families. You’ll be treated with kindness, honesty and respect as we partner with you to ensure you live pain free.

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Simple Solutions for Achy, Sore Muscles

| Arms and Legs, Back Pain, Pain Management | No Comments

Are you suffering from muscle pain? These five simple tactics could help soothe sore muscles.

Fish Oil: In recent research from Indiana University, participants who regularly took fish oil pills were found to have a lower likelihood of pain and sensitivity after completing strenuous workouts.

The study lasted 30 days. The researchers divided the participants into two groups of 16 people and had each group take pills daily throughout the study period, with one group taking fish oil and the other taking a placebo.

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Eating to Ease Your Fibromyalgia Symptoms

| Pain Management | No Comments

Fibromyalgia is a disease characterized by pain, exhaustion, and sensitive areas distributed throughout the body. Statistics from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) show that 5 million adults, primarily women, suffer from the disorder. Detecting it is not easy since it shares symptoms with many other health maladies, so it often goes undiagnosed.

Treating it is also a complex proposition, so anyone who believes they may be suffering from fibromyalgia should connect with a practice that has a strong track record caring for patients with the condition.

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Nonsurgical Treatments for Hip Joint Pain

| Pain Injections, Pain Management, Treatments | No Comments

The hip is the joint that connects the leg to the pelvis. When any type of damage occurs to the joint, such as trauma or osteoarthritis, pain can arise in the hip and surrounding area. Joint injections are a simple and safe outpatient procedure often recommended for patients suffering from this type of pain, to improve both comfort and diagnosis.

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Traveling Tips For Chronic Pain Illnesses

| Health & Wellness, Pain Management | No Comments

Are you planning a trip? Here is advice on how to prepare and conduct travel so that you can limit neck and back pain on your journey.

· Preparing for travel with chronic pain

· While on your trip

· Living pain-free

Traveling can be stressful and physically taxing for anyone, but that’s especially the case for those suffering with chronic pain. You will probably have to stand in line at various points. Whether you drive or fly, sitting for an extended period intensifies the pressure on your lumbar spine. You aren’t able to control your environment, without access to assistive devices and medical appointments.