Manage Physical, Mental, and Emotional Discomfort
Pain Management and Post-Surgery Treatment
Pain management comprises medicinal practices meant to alleviate and prevent pain. At the Ardmore Regional Surgery Center, we provide patients with affordable pain relief practices, including post-surgery treatment in Ardmore, OK. We are a free-standing outpatient surgery facility specializing in many pain relief treatments and practices. Our seasoned surgeons and care providers are fully trained, equipped, and certified to help patients manage physical, mental, and emotional discomfort. We perform restorative surgeries in a welcoming, accommodating environment where you'll be met by a team dedicated to your health, well-being, and happiness. We aim for budget-friendly services and little downtime.
Treating All Kinds of Pain
Anyone who experiences chronic or severe pain due to an injury, illness, or health condition qualifies for pain management. Pain management addresses all types of pain, from minor to complex injury and post-surgery recovery. It is used to alleviate and hopefully eliminate pain and discomfort caused by diseases and infections. We treat pain with many plans and methods, including physical therapy, medication, and non-medication practices. Our care services include, but are not limited to, addressing pain caused by the following:
- Arthritis, Muscle, and Joints
- Chronic and Autoimmune Disorders
- Kidney, Bladder, and Urological Pain
- Back, Spine, and Musculoskeletal Surgery
- Teeth, Gum, and Dental Surgeries
- Sciatica and Nerve Damage
What Kind of Pain Do I Have?
Patients experience four primary pain types. Acute pain strikes suddenly and disappears quickly, often from an injury. Chronic pain lasts half a year or more. Nociceptive pain can be short or prolonged, depending on the severity of the injury, illness, or condition. Neuropathic pain occurs when the nerves accidentally send pain signals when there's no injury or condition. At the Ardmore Regional Surgery Center, we properly assess our patients to determine the right surgery. Our diagnosis enables us to develop customized treatment plans tailored to our patients' needs. We provide comprehensive examinations for physical, mental, and emotional pain.