Pain Management Services
ECHN’s team of pain management specialists will diagnose the cause of your pain and use various outpatient treatment options to manage and lesson pain. These treatment options include:
- Epidural steroid injections
- Facet joint injections
- Hip injections
- Lumbar, cervical and thoracic epidural steroid injections
- Sacroiliac injections
- Trigger point injections
Pain Management Program
Pain affects your whole-being, mind, body, and spirit. ECHN’s Pain Management Program utilizes a holistic, individualized, approach to treating patients with mild to severe chronic pain issues.
Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine
Osteopathic Medicine is a hands-on treatment method developed to restore normal function to the body’s tissues and relieve pain and discomfort in your muscles, joints and soft tissue after illness or injury. With an in-depth knowledge of how the body works, our Osteopathic physicians primarily use their hands to treat adults, adolescents, children and newborns, in order to improve the structure and function of the body.
Manchester Memorial Hospital and Rockville General Hospital are our primary surgical destinations and we are specialized in numerous surgical procedures ranging from ambulatory surgeries to more intensive gastrointestinal, gynecological or urological surgeries. In addition, if you are experiencing severe knee or hip pain due to osteoarthritis, ECHN offers MAKOplasty (MAKO) surgical procedures. MAKOplasty is state-of-the-art robotic arm-assisted technology used at ECHN for patients in need of partial knee resurfacing or total hip replacement.
Our Team of Experts
If you are currently suffering from pain, talk to your primary care provider about options for treating your pain, such as Osteopathic Manipulation, Pain Medicine Specialists, Physical Therapy and to help identify the root cause of the pain.
You may also search for specialists within our Find a Provider area below. To do so, please type in “Pain Management” into the speciality area and then search.
Talk with your primary care provider about options for treating your pain, such as osteopathic manipulation, pain medicine specialist and physical therapist consultations to help identify the root cause of your pain.