Why do you need IPS clinics to find the best Pain management doctor in Tampa?

Pain can be defined as an uncomfortable feeling which impacts day to day lifestyle. Pain comes in different forms, such as steady, throbbing, stabbing, aching, pinching, etc. There are various reasons for pain, such as injury, surgery, nerve damages, and metabolic issues. Pain management doctor in Tampa plays an essential role in coordinating additional care such as physical therapy, psychological therapy, and rehabilitation programs to offer patients a unique treatment plan according to the nature of their pains. Suppose you are looking for a physician with specialized knowledge and skills to treat these conditions. In that case, you can find an experienced Pain management doctor in Tampa from Interventional Pain Specialists (IPS).

At Interventional Pain Specialists, we have a highly trained and qualified team of Doctors, Physician Assistants, and medical staff dedicated to going an extra mile beyond their limits, providing patients the most pleasant experience possible. Our Pain management doctors in Tampa can evaluate patients with complicated pain problems, understand and conduct specialized tests for diagnosing painful conditions, go through appropriate prescribing of medications to varying pain problems, and restore optimum function.

Wide range of treatment methods available in Interventional Pain Specialists. With years of experience, we understand most of our patients face emotional breakdowns due to pain. Our primary concern is to treat acute and chronic pain with psychological treatments and then move into physical medications. Our Pain management doctors in Tampa are uniquely trained to use new technology safely and effectively to help each patient resume control of their life, maximize their activity level, and live life to their fullest potential. We have two locations in Tampa and Riverview, FL, to deliver best practices in pain management services for our patients.

 

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Types of pain treated by Pain management doctors in Tampa

Pain management doctors in Tampa treats various pain problems from a sudden pain such as headache to a long-lasting, chronic pain such as low back pain. Some patients are making multiple visits at the IPS pain clinic, while others get relief from the first day due to their pains.  Pain management doctors in Tampa fall into three main groups based on injuries they treat, such as tissue injuries, nerve injuries, and a mix of tissue and nerve injuries.

Tissue injuriesalso known as soft tissue injuries, mostly arise during sports, exercise activities, and simple everyday activities. The most common soft tissues injured are muscles, tendons, and ligaments. Some of the most common soft-tissue injuries are sprains, strains, and contusions, as well as tendinitis and bursitis. Pain management doctors in Tampa treat Arthritis conditions such as Osteoarthritis, which wear and tear in the large joints like knees, hips, and Rheumatoid arthritis, which causes autoimmune reactions in small joints like fingers and wrists, also belong to this category.

Nerve injuries are the second type of pain treated by Pain management doctors in Tampa. Nerve or nervous system disorders are causing different forms of pain such as stroke, Multiple sclerosis, Spinal cord injuries, and Neuropathies, which is nerve pain that arises due to shingles, HIV, and diabetes. Neck pains, back pains, and cancer pains belong to the mix of tissue and nerve injuries.

 

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Our unique Pain management treatment methods at IPS 

A Pain management doctor needs to understand the cause of pain before treating a patient. In cases like spinal fractures, physicians can quickly identify the cause, but it may be challenging to diagnose when it comes to chronic pain. In the initial appointment, our IPS Pain management doctors in Tampa will be assessing the patient’s current pain-related difficulties and medical history through an in-depth conversation to get to the bottom of the problem. For further assessments, Pain management doctors at IPS may ask when and how the pain started, in which set of activities the pain increases or reduces, and ongoing or previous treatments.

Once we completed the initial stage of assessing the patient, our Pain management doctors in Tampa will be undertaking a physical examination and a neurological exam using the latest technology. Things like pulse, respiration, heartbeat, blood pressure will be assessed by physical examination. Pain management doctors will be evaluating things like the ability to walk, muscle strength, and muscle tone through a neurological exam. Following tests will be done by our Pain management doctors in Tampa to determine the best treatment methods for patients in Tampa.

  • X-rays – Taking an X-ray of the body will be the initial test we will be doing. Even though X-rays do not show disks, muscles, or nerves, they can help verify us if you have the most apparent causes of pain.
  • MRI (Magnetic resonance imaging) – MRI is another test we will be undertaking on soft tissues, such as muscles, nerves, and spinal disks.
  • PET (Positron Emission Tomography) – This test is performed when cancer is suspected. Radioactive isotopes will be using to measure tissue changes at the cellular level.
  • CAT (Computerized axial tomography) – CAT scans also help our physicians to study bones in a three-dimensional X-ray.
  • Bone scans and Bone density tests – If we want to make sure that pain is not from cancer, we will be doing a bone scan. If the pain is showing symptoms pf osteoporosis, we will be undertaking a bone density test.

Once our Pain management doctors in Tampa concluded after undertaking necessary tests, they will be recommending a treatment plan. These treatments may take days or weeks, depending on the nature of the pain. However, Pain management doctors at Interventional Pain Specialists often use a wide range of nonsurgical treatments and physical treatments such as acupuncture, exercises, yoga, meditations, physical therapy, dietary changes to avoid painful surgeries.

 

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Thank you for your interest in Interventional Pain Specialists! We can help you. Please reach out using the informational form, and a member of our staff will promptly contact you to schedule an appointment at our Tampa location.

 

IPS Clinic – Tampa
110 S MACDILL AVE UNIT 300
TAMPA FL 33609

Phone
(813) 331-4465

Email
Admin@ipsclinics.com

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