UHS Spine Care & Pain Relief
Where improving the quality of your life is our Number 1 priority.
Our team approach can make a world of difference
A wide range of medical and surgical pain relief methods are available at UHS Spine Care & Pain Relief, with office hours in Johnson City, Norwich and Walton. Your team of providers will work with you to design a pain management plan that is tailored to your specific pain and its causes.
Among the approaches and therapies available are:
- Pain medications
- Nerve-block injections and local anesthesia
- Trigger-point injections
- Spinal cord stimulation
- Spinal drug delivery systems
- Reduction of cancer-associated pain
- Patient-controlled analgesia pumps
- Electrothermal and bioelectrical therapies
- Surgical options
Your team will also enable you to learn about possible lifestyle changes that can enhance your pain relief.
Procedures also offered at Ambulatory Center
If your provider schedules you for a certain type of spine care & pain relief procedure, it may be provided to you in the UHS Ambulatory Surgery Center at Wilson Place, at 52 Harrison St. in Johnson City, next to UHS Wilson Medical Center.
On arrival, you will find that the building is served by free valet parking, so you won't have to search around for a parking space. One of UHS' reliable and cheerful valets will be happy to park your car for you and bring it back after your appointment.
In the Ambulatory Surgery Center, you will have the comfort of knowing that the patient care environment is of the highest standards, offering the latest in pain management imaging and injection technology. Safety, accuracy and quality in your pain treatment are our top priorities.
Are you dealing with spinal pain?
Don't go it alone. We're here to help.
UHS Spine Care & Pain Relief offers the latest in medical and surgical options. No matter what kind of spinal pain you’re living with - whether due to injury or disease - UHS Spine Care & Pain Relief is provides the latest in diagnosis, treatment and follow-up care.
Today, advances in medical science and technology, along with compassionate care focusing on improving your quality of life, have made pain relief and pain management more possible than ever before. Ask your provider for a referral to UHS Spine Care & Pain Relief.
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