Pain Management and Weight Loss Specialists in Mooresville and Salisbury
Welcome to Carolina Pain and Weight Loss!
At Carolina Pain and Weight Loss, our pain and weight experts believe in treating the body as one entire system, which means that when treating one condition, we are often alleviating another as well. For this reason, our individual facilities each provide a variety of services to help patients in several ways with issues concerning pain management, non-surgical weight loss, and treatment for opioid addiction. With treatment clinics in Salisbury and Mooresville, we are dedicated to providing convenient, quality services to each and every patient we have the privilege to meet.
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I only moved here 2 1/2 months ago and I've been on paid medication for 21 years. I was very nervous and worried that due to all of the restrictions and rules relating to pain medication I would have a really hard time finding a doctor that would take on a new patient and listen to me and prescribe only what I need to ...
I was very nervous and worried that due to all of the restrictions and rules relating to pain medication I would have a really hard time finding a doctor that would take on a new patient and listen to me and prescribe only what I need to function daily. I went to Carolina Pain and Weight Loss and saw Dr. Lauren Murphy ...
News & Events
Remember a time when you broke a bone or found yourself in pain for several weeks after a surgery. Remember how it affected your life, your ability to concentrate, or to accomplish minimal activities. Imagine if that pain didn’t go away in a few days or weeks.
Carolina Pain and Weight Loss is excited to announce the opening of a new office location in Conover, NC. We will begin seeing patients at the new Conover clinic on Monday, April 17th. The address for the Conover office is: 1224 Commerce Street SW Suite A Conover,
Many of us have family or friends who drink too much alcohol or have become addicted to some illegal substance. We wonder how this happened and was there something we could have done to prevent it. Was this person prone to this addiction,