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Pain Management at Monmouth Pain and Rehabilitation

The above overview gives a fundamental blueprint of how the pain management process works. At Monmouth Pain and Rehabilitation, we have taken this process a step further and improved it on a number of important levels. Our system of care is designed to make the quest for pain relief easier for patients while enhancing the efficacy of pain management and rehabilitation programs.

Monmouth Pain and Rehabilitation reduces the stress that often accompanies the pain management process by maintaining an in-house staff that includes a Medical Doctor, Physical Therapists, an Acupuncturist, and Chiropractic Doctors. By locating and retaining the very best practitioners in each field, we have made it easy to meet every pain management patient’s needs in one location, rather than forcing patients to travel from office to office in search of relief.

Our healthcare team is dedicated to providing healthy, conservative treatment programs; we offer patients an alternative to unnecessary surgeries or protracted drug use. Our focus is on the least invasive strategies for pain management possible. As part of this commitment, we offer traditional medical care alongside holistic pain reduction options (such as acupuncture).

Under the guidance of our Medical Director, all of our specialties work together to ensure the most effective and cohesive pain management strategies. Working as a team enhances each department’s ability to provide the very best care for each patient.

Physical therapy is helpful when a patient is experiencing pain and restricted activity or mobility. By using both therapeutic exercise and a number of passive techniques (laser therapy, for example), patients use physical therapy to build strength, relieve pain, and return to previous or enhanced levels of functioning.

Acupuncture reduces the need for painkilling medications by providing natural pain relief. This proven technique prompts the release of certain chemicals in the brain (serotonin, for example) that help to block pain signals while alleviating anxiety and lowering blood pressure. Chiropractic care ensures total postural health in order to both relieve pain and maintain the health of the nervous system.

Our Medical Director is a specialist in the types of conditions that affect the musculoskeletal and neurological systems of the body. Many of the conditions treated at Monmouth Pain and Rehabilitation are listed below:

WhiplashHerniated Discs
Eatontown Sports InjuriesPosture
Ankle SprainsNeck Pain
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Back Pain
Chronic Fatigue SyndromeScoliosis
FibromyalgiaSpinal Stenosis
Hip PainEatontown Auto Accident Injuries
Knee Injuries/Knee PainChronic Pain

Contact our office to learn more about pain management for Eatontown, NJ. Because of the multi-disciplinary nature of our medical office, we are also equipped to help with the following conditions:

Ear InfectionsAddiction
Respiratory ProblemsWeight Loss
Quit Smoking Now in EatontownHypertension
Sinus Problems