Cancer Pain

If you're suffering from cancer, your pain falls into a category of its own. Regardless of where your tumor is or how far the spread, the pain can radiate along your nerves into your head, legs, arms, back, neck, abdomen, pelvis, face, or another part of your body.

We'll work closely with your oncologist and other specialists to develop a comprehensive pain management program tailored to your situation at this point in your cancer care. Common treatments for neuropathic cancer pain involve adjunctive oral analgesics such as anti-epileptics or anti-depressants. Depending on metastasis, cutting edge treatments include intrathecal drug delivery systems that inhibit pain signals to the brain. Spinal cord stimulation can be another appropriate treatment -- particularly for nerve pain.

We have effectively treated pain resulting from:

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