NYC Pain Management Treatment Options and Costs

Living with pain can be life altering. Simple tasks can become difficult and a person can begin to with draw from activities that once seemed enjoyable. Thankfully, pain management treatment by a specialist can allow a person to receive relief and regain their quality of life. Unfortunately, it is a commonly held belief that pain management NYC treatment is expensive and therefore out of the reach of most individuals. The truth is, the diagnosis and treatment of pain issues is generally covered by medical insurance, making treatment affordable. Knowing about the various treatment options can help you to see that pain management NYC care may be well within your budget.

Pain Management NYC Treatment Options

All pain management treatment begins with the first step of diagnosis. In order to treat pain, the pain management NYC team must first understand it. This includes understanding the frequency, type, location of the pain. Then, diagnostic tests will be performed to uncover the root cause of the pain issue. Treating the symptoms of pain without addressing the underlying cause is a temporary fix. Treating the pain and underlying cause simultaneously allows for long term relief.

Once the source of pain is identified, a personalized treatment plan is created to address each patient’s precise medical needs. World class pain management NYC treatment centers use experts from multiple disciplines to achieve the best results. By addressing pain through a number of treatment options, experts are able to provide relief that would not be possible through one treatment method alone. Common pain management treatment options include:

For additional information on your cost of pain management treatment, contact the expert team at NY Neurology Associates. If you would like to schedule an appointment or check for availability, please click below or call 212 987-0100.

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