Advanced Pain Management employs trusted physicians who have years of experience diagnosing and treating patients like you. Advanced Pain Management is one of the premier pain clinics in the country, offering advanced, minimally invasive diagnostic and therapeutic services to enable patients suffering from pain to restore function, relieve pain and renew hope. You might call Advanced Pain Management a diamond in the rough — exceptional patient care and some of the most experienced pain management physicians in the world, right here in Wisconsin.
What Kind of Pain Are You In?
- Back Pain and Lower Back Pain Management
- Joint Pain Management
- Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)
- Spinal Stenosis Pain Management
Back Pain and Lower Back Pain Management
Back pain can have many causes, and many times back pain will resolve itself in two to four weeks with rest, ice and heat. Roughly 80 percent of Americans will experience back pain at some point in their lives, making back pain one of the most common reasons people visit back pain doctors or miss work.
Joint Pain Management
Joint pain, also called arthritis or arthralgia, can happen in any joint, or the point where two or more bones meet. Joint pain symptoms include a sore sensation each time you move your joint. Painful joints can include: wrists, elbows, shoulders, hip, knees and ankles.
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)
Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS), previously called reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD), is a condition that generally affects the arms and legs. Complex regional pain syndrome pain symptoms can cause significant aching and burning pain in the arms or legs and may cause the limb to swell or feel hot or cold. In addition, CRPS symptoms may cause the skin on the arm or leg to change texture and color or become thin and shiny. CRPS symptoms/RSD symptoms may also include noticeable hair pattern changes (rapid hair growth or loss of hair), as well as increased sweating in the area of the pain.
Spinal Stenosis Pain Management
Spinal stenosis is a condition involving any type of narrowing of the spinal canal or nerve-root canals. The narrowing of the spinal canal results in compression of spinal nerves and nerve roots, causing a number of symptoms, including lower back pain, feelings of cramping or weakness in the back and lower extremity pain.