Neuromedicine Pain Management Program
Part of Strong Memorial Hospital
We understand that chronic pain is often both a symptom and the underlying disorder and cannot be resolved with a single prescription or injection. The URMC Neuromedicine Pain Management Program was established with the goal to provide the most comprehensive and optimal care in the region by bringing interventional, medical, rehabilitative and psychological approaches to pain management under one roof. We have set exemplary standards in patient care and are the only comprehensive program of its kind in the region.
Additionally, the Comprehensive Facial Pain/Trigeminal Neuralgia Program is the only program in the area with experience in treating Trigeminal Neuralgia. Through a multidisciplinary approach that uses both medical and surgical treatments, we are able to provide over 90% of patients with long term pain relief.
Why Choose URMC Neurosurgery?
URMC’s Neuromedicine Pain Management Program is truly comprehensive bringing together Neurologists, Anesthesiologists, Neurosurgeons, Nurse practitioners and therapists to offer true multidisciplinary care. (download our brochure)
In addition, patients benefit from access to the leading edge research and clinical trials for conditions such as spinal stenosis and neuropathic pain.
We also offer educational activities geared toward clinicians of varied backgrounds including: physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, pharmacists, therapists, and nurses as well as all other allied health care professionals, who on a daily basis confront the challenge of treating acute and chronic pain conditions.
The Neuromedicine Pain Management program recognizes the need for patient convenience and comfort and performs most procedures at the state of the art S. Clinton Ave procedure suite.
Conditions We Treat
Our team creates personalized care plans while understanding that optimal pain care requires continuity and integration of diverse approaches for all forms of chronic pain including:
- Chronic pain associated with nerve injury
- Neuropathic pain
- Spinal stenosis
- Low back pain
- Lumbar and cervical radiculopathy
- Post herpetic neuralgia
- Complex regional pain syndromes
- Chronic central pain due to conditions such as stroke and multiple sclerosis
- Headache and facial pain syndromes, including Trigeminal Neuralgia
- Cancer pain
- Trigeminal Neuralgia
- Failed back surgery syndrome pain
- Chronic pain after spine surgery and peripheral nerve injury
- Chronic post –surgical pain following hernia repair, mastectomy, thoracotomy, amputation
- Intractable spasticity due to spinal cord injury and other CNS conditions
The Neuromedicine Pain Management Center is located at 2180 South Clinton Avenue in Rochester, NY. Free parking is available. To make appointment, call (585) 276-3616.