Pain Management

Premier Orthopaedic Associates is a trusted provider of physical medicine and rehabilitation (PM&R) and pain management services. We are dedicated to offering the highest quality pain management solutions, using both non-surgical and surgical methods to help you regain your quality of life.

Tips for Managing Chronic Pain at Home


Meditation can help your brain release endorphins, natural pain relievers. Muscles and tissues around your joints become more relaxed. By managing your thoughts you bring your mind to a calmer state so you’ll feel less pain.

Reduce stress

Stress causes your muscles to tense or spasm, which increases pain. When you feel stressed, levels of the hormone cortisol rise. This can cause inflammation and pain over time.


Exercise is crucial to maintain good health. It’s especially important for individuals with arthritis. It increases strength and flexibility, reduces joint pain and helps combat fatigue.

Eat Healthy

When you have the proper nutrients you provide your body with the tools it needs to reduce inflammation. Reduce your sugar intake, highly processed foods, fatty/greasy foods which promote inflammation, making chronic pain worse.


Therapeutic massage may relieve pain by way of several mechanisms, including relaxing painful muscles, tendons and joints; relieving stress and anxiety; and possibly helping to “close the pain gate” by stimulating competing nerve fibers and impeding pain messages to and from the brain.

Why choose us?

At Premier Orthopaedic Associates, we work to make you whole as soon as possible with our:

  • Expert Team: Our team of interventional pain management specialists is comprised of highly trained and board-certified physicians with a wealth of experience.
  • Customized Approach: We believe in a patient-centered approach, tailoring treatments to each individual's unique needs and condition.
  • Cutting-Edge Techniques: We stay at the forefront of pain management, incorporating the latest techniques and innovations into our practice.
  • Collaborative Care: Our specialists work together to provide the best possible care, ensuring that you receive a well-rounded treatment plan.
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