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Patient Information

We have collected a variety of information that we hope will be useful to both our patients as well as the general public. This section includes information that you will need prior to a visit to the Ainsworth Institute of Pain Management, as well as access to a series of articles and features to help you better understand the practice of pain management, specific details about the human anatomy and a detailed pain dictionary to help you understand some of the terms that relate to Pain Management.

About Your Visit

Find out all about your upcoming visit, what to expect, how to get to our office and what forms you will need to fill out and bring with you to your appointment.

What is Pain Management?

Pain management, or pain medicine, is a growing medical specialty dedicated to treating acute, sub-acute, and chronic pain. The goal of pain medicine is to improve quality of life and help patients return to everyday activities, ideally without surgery. 

Is Pain Management for You?

Many people can control their pain effectively with over-the-counter or prescription medications or treatments offered by their physician(s). When pain cannot be managed using these methods, a pain specialist should be consulted. For most people in constant moderate to severe pain, pain management is a way to regain function and improve quality of life.

How Can Injections Help?

Injections for pain serve 2 purposes: first to diagnose or confirm the souce/cause of pain, and the second is to reduce or relieve the source of inflammation/pain.

Anatomy

Learn more about the human body, where pain comes from and how the mind interprets it.

Pain Dictionary

Access our detailed pain dictionary for up-to-date definitions of key pain management terms and phrases.

About Your Visit

Find out all about your upcoming visit, what to expect, how to get to our office and what forms you will need to fill out and bring with you to your appointment.

What is Pain Management?

Pain management, or pain medicine, is a growing medical specialty dedicated to treating acute, sub-acute, and chronic pain. The goal of pain medicine is to improve quality of life and help patients return to everyday activities, ideally without surgery.

Is Pain Management for You?

Many people can control their pain effectively with over-the-counter or prescription medications or treatments offered by their physician(s). When pain cannot be managed using these methods, a pain specialist should be consulted. For most people in constant moderate to severe pain, pain management is a way to regain function and improve quality of life.

How Can Injections Help?

Many people can control their pain effectively with over-the-counter or prescription medications or treatments offered by their physician(s). When pain cannot be managed using these methods, a pain specialist should be consulted. For most people in constant moderate to severe pain, pain management is a way to regain function and improve quality of life.

Anatomy

Learn more about the human body, where pain comes from and how the mind interprets it.

Pain Dictionary

Access our detailed pain dictionary for up-to-date definitions of key pain management terms and phrases.

Get Answers to Your Questions at the Ainsworth Institute

The key to finding the proper treatment for any type of pain is getting a proper diagnosis.  Not all types of pain respond to the same treatments and the window for improvement can be limited. The experts at Ainsworth Institute offer the most advanced pain management treatments available today, including advanced clinical trials that aren’t yet available to the general public. Call us today for an appointment so we can get you started on your road to recovery.

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