Pain Management in Salisbury, NC

Pain Care Specialists Mooresville and Salisbury, NC

Carolina Pain and Weight Loss provides care to patients who are struggling with chronic pain. Our pain management specialists recognize that every patient’s condition is unique. They will take the time to fully understand your symptoms in order to develop a customized treatment plan. If you suffer from chronic pain, call our pain management office in Mooresville at (704) 360-4564 or our office in Salisbury at (704) 637-5767 to schedule a consultation today!

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Medication Management

Sometimes, medication may be an irreplaceable component of your pain management. When this is the case, Carolina Pain and Weight Loss strives to find the type and dose of pain medication that is most effective for you. Additionally, we help you establish a schedule and keep a log to ensure that you do not over or under use your prescription. We are conveniently located to patients near Lake Norman, Kannapolis, Statesville and Concord with offices in Mooresville and Salisbury.

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Therapeutic Injections

Therapeutic injections are a conservative form of pain management. There are a few different types of therapeutic injections, including nerve blocks, epidural steroid injections, and radiofrequency nerve ablation. During a nerve block, medication – which may be a local anesthetic, steroid, or narcotic – is injected into or around damaged or problematic nerves.

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Trigger Point Injections

A trigger point injection is a pain management treatment that involves injecting a local anesthetic, sometimes combined with a steroid medication, into a trigger point to relax muscles and relieve pain. A trigger point is a tender area of muscle that develops when the tissue surrounding the muscle, called fascia (or myofascia) contracts. A trigger point is often identified as a “knot,”  that can cause pain in the area where it has developed. In some cases, a trigger point can even cause pain in another area of the body when it affects a nearby nerve; this is called referred pain.

  • Tension headaches
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Myofascial pain syndrome
  • Neck pain
  • Back pain

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If you are experiencing chronic pain and are struggling to find relief, schedule an appointment at Carolina Pain and Weight Loss today!

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