The Division of Interventional Pain Medicine of the Department of Anesthesiology in the College of Medicine at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences is dedicated to providing cutting-edge care to our patients. Our mission is to be a leader in the field of pain medicine by combining compassion, research, and innovation to provide an unmatched patient care experience for the people of the state of Arkansas.
Pain is often the primary reason that patients consult physicians. Despite that, it is poorly treated and often merely masked by medications. We believe in working with you to investigate the cause of your pain and treat it at the origin. We believe in a team-centered approach with consultation from other UAMS physicians including neurosurgeons, physical medicine and rehab physicians, neurologists, psychologists, physical therapists, and others. We believe in minimally invasive techniques to treat pain in the spine, muscles, nerves, and joints. We believe in utilizing the most current research and techniques to ensure that you have the best possible results.
Our clinic is housed in the first floor of the Jackson T. Stephens Spine and Neurosciences Institute located adjacent to the UAMS Medical Center. The Stephens Institute is the leading tertiary referral center for neurosciences in the state of Arkansas.
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