Chicagoland Pain Management’s board-certified, fellowship-trained pain management physicians use a comprehensive, multimodal approach to treat post-surgical pain for all types of procedures, including hip surgery, knee surgery, abdominal surgery, and spine surgery.
Pain affects individuals differently, and due to many factors, including the type of surgery being performed, treating post-surgical pain is not simply a matter of writing a prescription.
Post-Surgical Pain Management
Your pain management specialist will develop a post-surgical treatment plan to control your pain, minimize side effects, and promote health and healing, and it all begins with your first meeting.
Your pain management specialist will meet with you to discuss your needs and concerns, present the best options for your post-operative pain, and work with you to develop and implement the most effective treatment plan for your post-surgical pain. Your pain management specialist can answer any questions you have regarding pain medications (over-the-counter and prescription), physical therapy, ketamine infusions, and much more.
If you are experiencing post-surgical pain or planning for your surgical procedure, we invite you to call one of our expert pain management specialists today to see what a difference expert care can make. For more information about treatments for post-surgical pain or to schedule your consultation, please call Chicagoland Pain Management Institute in Bolingbrook, IL at (630) 312-4505 or in Hinsdale, IL at (630) 856-6825 or use our convenient online appointment request form.
“I had suffered from chronic foot pain, undergone 10 foot surgeries, and taken pain medications on and off for 10 years before receiving the Axium™ Neurostimulator System. It has changed my life, I could not clean my house before without being in pain, and I was so uncomfortable that just having a blanket on my foot at night required a pain pill to sleep and now I can walk barefoot. I am not limping anymore, and I can wear shoes that I could not wear in the past. Even better, I am no longer taking pain medications for my foot. It’s amazing to have severe pain one moment and be nearly free of it the next.”
– Rosemarie W