New Jersey Medical Services for Pain Management and Rehabilitation
Conservative Medicine and Pain Management
Monmouth Pain offers Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R) or Physiatry, specializing in Interventional Pain and Musculoskeletal medicine. Our entire approach revolves around the idea of helping patients avoid unnecessary surgeries and medication, thereby reducing damage and stress on the body. If you are looking for pain management in Monmouth County contact Monmouth Pain and Rehabilitation to learn more about holistic pain management.
Conservative Care & Interventional Management Objectives:
- Reduce Pain
- Minimize Drug Use
- Aviod Surgery
Our Monmouth Pain and Rehabilitation Specialists use less invasive techniques to help you avoid surgery. Some of the treatments available at our Shrewsbury and Wall Township facility include Epidural Steroid Injections, Viscosupplementation, Facet Joint Injections, Sacroiliac Joint Injections, Coccyx Injections, Trigger Point Injections, Stem Cell Injections and Sympathetic Blocks. To learn more about each of these treatments visit our interventional procedures page.
Our Interventional pain management strives to help patients take advantage of their customized programs of physical therapy in order to address the causes of pain and healthy rehabilitation practices.
Specialists in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation or Physiatrists, focus on the non-surgical treatment of many musculoskeletal conditions, including back pain, neck pain, disc problems, sciatica, and the numbness or tingling that can result from these conditions. They diagnose and treat musculoskeletal conditions by devising treatment plans to reduce pain, improve quality of life, and (in some cases) help patients learn to use assistive devices such as braces or wheelchairs.
During the rehabilitation process, PM&R Doctors care for patients’ physical impairments as well the associated emotional challenges. This is an important distinction: Physiatrists treat the patient as a whole, helping with physical, emotional, and social needs during the process of rehabilitation.
Following are examples of conditions treated at Monmouth Pain and Rehabilitation: