The Boston PainCare Center is committed to helping people manage chronic pain by offering a variety of tools, techniques, and treatment options.
We empower and encourage our patients to be part of the multidisciplinary paincare process.
We listen to our patients so that we can understand and serve their needs better.
We have assembled high-quality healthcare professionals who believe in the team approach. Treatment at the Boston PainCare Center is based on a multidisciplinary system. Our staff physicians are trained and board-certified in pain management, anesthesiology, neurology, physical medicine and rehabilitation, psychology, and behavior modification. They listen and understand the individual concerns of every patient they treat, and they work with each patient to develop a pain treatment and management plan that addresses these concerns.
How do I talk to my PainCare doctor about pain?
Telling your doctor about your pain will help him or her find the best treatment. Tell your doctor where, how bad and how often your pain occurs. Also talk about what makes the pain better or worse. Your doctor may also review other health problems (such as arthritis, breathing problems and heart conditions) you may have, as these may keep you from doing some types of therapy. Your doctor may also ask if you have had any problems with sleep, mood or anxiety.
My first choice for paincare is where I'm treated with hope, caring and respect.
Although chronic pain is rarely eliminated, treatment should reduce daily pain levels, as well as the frequency, severity, and duration of the pain flares. In general, pain levels do not significantly improve until the patient has begun reconditioning and has increased his or her level of daily activities.
Our multidisciplinary approach utilizes education, medication, physical and behavioral therapy. You, your family and friends need to understand what is causing your chronic pain, the reason for the types of treatments and the expected goals of treatment. – less–ZoomInfo