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
Smart phones may be smart, but they are weighing us down. Our heads are drooping to check our mobile devices, and we are paying the price with additional back pain. The angle we tilt our heads to read our phones and devices can put severe pressure on the back and neck. Discover how to avoid this unnecessary pressure and strain on the neck and back.
There is a long-running debate about running in the field of medicine.“The jury is still out,” Dr. Jon Schriner of Michigan State University told LiveScience in 2012. “Some say yes, running is bad for the knees; some say no.” Just-released research heavily favors the pro-running camp, demonstrating that it reduces the likelihood of osteoarthritis (OA). The scientists conducting the study at Baylor College of Medicine assessed subjects who ran on a regular basis for a substantial part of their lives, revealing that they were no more vulnerable to OA than non-runners.
Previous studies have shown a strong correlation between running and the degenerative joint disorder. These new findings suggest that the activity itself serves as a defense against physical wear-and-tear such as OA.
Karen Weintraub of USA Today brought us the story of Kimberly Smalling, who has fibromyalgia so severe that she can’t always raise her arms.
Smalling takes out an analgesic back patch, splits it into pieces for each shoulder, and goes to sleep. This quick-fix over-the-counter pain relief solution has had value for her in the short term, allowing her to continue her career as a men’s hairstylist.
To start out the new year, it’s common to write down a few resolutions, ways we intend to change our behavior and improve our lives. However, many of these “resolutions” prove themselves to be failed attempts. About 45% of us make resolutions each year, according to the Washington Post, but only one in four people who do make resolutions stick with them for the first week. In other words, many people are already letting their 2015 personal development goals slip.