Pain Management in Bradley Beach, NJ

When you’re in pain, it’s not always easy to know where to look for help. Should you visit a medical doctor? What if you need physical therapy? How about acupuncture?

Monmouth Pain and Rehabilitation is making the pain management process both straight forward and intuitive for patients suffering from a wide variety of painful conditions. Our office incorporates non-surgical pain management through medical care with physical therapy, massage therapy, acupuncture, and chiropractic care. This means that, under the direction of our in-house medical doctor, patients with a number of pain management and health issues can find all of these options under one roof.

Not only does this system of care simplify the rehabilitation and pain management process, it also makes for more cohesive and effective strategies. All of the healthcare practitioners in our facility work in seamless harmony with each other in order to obtain the best possible results for our patients. At Monmouth Pain and Rehabilitation, we treat a wide range of health problems, including (although not limited to) this list of conditions:

Hip Pain Spinal Stenosis
Chronic Pain Sciatica
Knee Injuries/ Knee Pain Numbness and/or Tingling
Ankle Sprains Arthritis
Leg Pain Disc Injuries
Neck Pain Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Back Pain Bradley Beach Sports Injuries
Bradley Beach Auto Accident Injuries Scoliosis
Whiplash

 

Medical Care and Physical Therapy for Pain Management

The practitioners at Monmouth Pain and Rehabilitation approach all illness and injury with the intention of helping the body to heal itself. This often means that using a conservative approach—physical therapy, chiropractic, etc.—can help patients avoid unwarranted and damaging surgery or excessive drug use.

The Medical Director in our facility works in close cooperation with all of our healthcare departments to create strategies that relieve pain while addressing the causes of pain; help patients return to normal movement and functioning; and address the emotional and social needs of patients during the rehabilitation process.

Minimally invasive procedures (such as injections of a corticosteroid and/or anesthetic numbing medication) are part of our office’s dedication to helping patients avoid surgery and heal using the healthiest means possible. Often, the relief found through steroid or anesthetic injections can help patients begin to rehabilitate through beneficial practices such as physical therapy. This tactic is used for patients in immobilizing or extreme pain.

By offering a number of both active and passive physical therapy techniques, our physical therapy department works with medical staff and patients to develop programs for reducing pain, increasing movement, and developing strength. With this goal in mind, Monmouth Pain and Rehabilitation has incorporated a number of techniques and technologies relevant to these goals, including: PowerPlate whole body vibration technology, Spinal Decompression. Ultrasound Therapy, Low Level Laser Therapy, and Electrotherapy.

Acupuncture and Chiropractic Care

Acupuncture is an ancient Chinese technique that involves the insertion of very fine needles at certain points on the body to achieve pain relief and overall balance and wellness. Acupuncture has been proven to treat not only pain, but hypertension, anxiety, and depression as well. Additionally, our pain management office has had great success in using acupuncture to help patients Quit Smoking Now.

The human body is susceptible to disease and disorder when the nervous system is compromised. Chiropractic care is a method of ensuring the health of the nervous system to achieve a number of wellness goals (pain management included).

Because Monmouth Pain and Rehabilitation offers such a wide range of healthcare modalities, we are able to offer services for conditions that may or may not be related to pain management. These include:

Weight Loss Ear Infections
Addiction Sinus Problems
Smoking Cessation Hypertension
Anxiety Depression
Allergies

For Bradley Beach NJ rehabilitation and pain management, please contact our office to learn more about how we can help.