Denver Pain Management Clinic Has Moved Locations

February 28, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ - Denver Pain Management Clinic - Innovative Pain Doctors has announced that they have recently moved locations to better serve their patients. Those who are interested in their specific locations can check out their Google Maps page. The clinic is a leading provider of pain management in Colorado and has been offering pain treatment since 2010. Specifically, they provide pharmacological pain management solutions, which offer a safe alternative to surgical intervention.

A spokesperson for Denver Pain Management Clinic says, “We're happy to announce that we have moved locations in order to better serve our patients. If you are seeking long-term management of your chronic pain, you will be seen on a monthly basis. Patients under 31 years of age must additionally provide medical records. In some cases, we may offer physician referrals for massage therapy, physical therapy, chiropractic therapy, or other therapeutic treatments.”

Doctors at the pain management clinic will perform an evaluation to determine the source of the pain. Physicians at the clinic will employ a holistic approach when providing treatment for chronic pain, which will gives patients peace of mind in the knowledge that they are able to have the underlying problem resolved, and not just the symptom.

Holistic healing involves the practice of combining alternative and conventional medicine practices. They focus on the whole person, which is made up of the mind, spirit, and body. Treatments used may include aromatherapy, acupuncture, meditation, and yoga. They want to point out that holistic healing may be able to work for everyone because it is focused on healing through mind and body. It should be noted, however, that patients will need to be seen on a monthly basis. Patients who are under 31 years age will also have to provide their medical records in order to qualify for pain management. Those who are interested in the locations of the clinic can check out their Google Maps page at https://www.google.com/maps?cid=17180457847108109783.

The doctors at Denver Pain Management Clinic advise patients not to wait until the pain becomes severe before they take pain medication. This is because pain is easier to control when it is still mild, and pain medication must be taken regularly, just as prescribed. Thus, the pain medication must be taken on a regular schedule, even when the patient does not feel pain.

And with regards to the possibility of the patient becoming addicted to narcotic pain medications. The likelihood of a person becoming addicted will depend on his or her addiction history. Addiction to the pain medication is less likely if a person has never abused drugs or had an addiction disorder. People will have to consult with their doctor regarding any worries that they may have.

It should also be noted that patients may develop a tolerance to a drug, which means that the patient will need to take more of their medicine to have the same effect after a certain period of time. Tolerance is a normal physiological response to narcotics and happens when the initial dosage loses its effectiveness over time. The solution is the modify the dose or medication. However, becoming more tolerant to a drug does not necessarily mean that the patient has become addicted to the drug.

They also want to explain that pain is a signal to let the person know when the body requires help. Their physicians will use a number of narcotic and non-narcotic analgesic medications to block pain, and offer comfort. Pain medication is vital because coping with chronic pain can result into anxiety, stress, and depression. If left untreated, pain issues can substantially affect the patient’s personal relationships and even job performance.

Those who are searching for a way to relieve their pain can check out the Denver Pain Management Clinic website and make an appointment online, or contact them on the phone or through email. They are open from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm on Mondays and Fridays, and from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, from Tuesday to Thursday.

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For more information about Denver Pain Management Clinic - Innovative Pain Doctors, contact the company here:

Denver Pain Management Clinic - Innovative Pain Doctors
General Manager
(720) 405-2330
info@denverpainmanagementclinic.com
Denver Pain Management Clinic - Innovative Pain Doctors
450 Lincoln St #104
Denver, CO 80203

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