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
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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Pain Stop Blog
We all want to be able to go to a medical clinic and immediately know how our health issues can be confronted. However, there is a reason why there is so much schooling to get a medical degree: assessing symptoms and diagnosing health conditions is complex.
Doctors determine symptoms in a number of different ways: two of the most important ones are observation (such as looking at your skin or in your ears) and tests (such as blood samples, imaging, etc.). However, there is a third critical way that physicians assess our health that is often overlooked by the patient: communication.
After a car accident, you may feel a sense of shock or distress.
Dealing with logistics like insurance and car repairs may even cause you to put off seeking medical treatment, especially if the accident didn’t cause obvious injuries.
Like any trauma, a car accident causes your adrenaline levels to spike. This hormone prepares your body for action in high-stress situations and has a numbing effect on pain. After the threat is gone, you may begin to feel soreness and discomfort that you hadn’t felt immediately after the accident.
Why is sitting so bad for your back? Is back pain genetic? Researchers are always learning more about the science of spinal health. Read on for some facts that will help you better understand—and ultimately cure—your back pain.
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