Center for Pain Management

Pain Relief... right here, right now. 
Strong, Effective, Relief for Acute and Chronic Pain

Millions of Americans suffer from chronic pain; pain that affects their quality of life and even their ability to participate in normal daily activities.Our pain management physicians and clinical staff take a balanced and individualized approach to treating your pain.

  • Neck pain
  • Back pain
  • Persistent pain after back or neck surgery
  • Headaches
  • Arthritis pain in the neck or lower back
  • Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy, or RSD
  • Nerve damage or muscle spasm pain
  • Chronic pelvic pain
  • Shingles pain

Get help for your pain. Pain can be managed.

At Knox Community Hospital, we help you to do just that. If you are experiencing short term or long term pain, we want you to know that we believe your reports of pain. The educated and compassionate staff in our pain management program are committed to teaching you about pain and providing information about as many pain relief options possible, including the utilization of appropriate medication. But we can’t effect pain prevention without your cooperation. It’s important for you to ask your physician or nurse what to expect. Then give a truthful and full report of your pain history. Don’t be afraid to discuss any fears you may have about your pain or about taking pain medication. Ask for pain relief when the pain f rst starts and if it is unrelieved with medication, report it to your physician. Together we can control pain so that you can use your energy to f ght the disease, not the pain.Our highly qualif ed staff members are committed to being part of our one team united in caring… for you.

Fear works against you in your efforts to control your pain. Following are some common fears that prevent appropriate pain management from being effective.

We can help. Talk to your physician or nurse about your discomfort and pain. A consultation is available as a service of Knox Community Hospital. We will believe your reports of pain, and provide you with effective pain management.

Most insurance accepted including Workers’ Compensation.

The Center for Pain Management is located in the Specialty Clinics on the 5th floor of Knox Community Hospital.

Call your Primary Care Physician for a referral.

We’re here for you with pain relief... right here, right now!