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If the pain is not permitting you to live your normal life comfortably, please call us. We can help.

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Let’s make pain management better for everyone through personalized visit to our pain clinic. 

What We Treat

At Bay state Pain Associates  pain clinics, we believe in taking the time to talk with each patient to pin-point the source of pain. 

Our goal is to help patients regain their quality of life and we work with each patient to develop a specific treatment plan based on their individual needs.

We Treat All Types of Chronic & Acute Pain

Bay State Pain Associates  specialist see a wide variety of patients with a wide variety of conditions.    Back pain can be a scary thing for patients, but for the doctor at Bay State Pain Associates , your pain is their work, and they resolve neck and back pain issues in patients, almost every day.

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understand what helps and triggers your pain

Firstly understanding your condition is one of the most important elements to promote your recovery. Therefore, When you know where your pain is coming from, why you have it and what the best way to treat it is, you are half-way there.

In addition that Bay state Pain Associates guide you every step of the way. Therefore, You are not alone, Bay state Pain Associates ensure you are healing physically, mentally and spiritually.

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Discover treatments for your conditions and symptoms.
The pain management techniques used will depend on the kind of pain and severity of the pain and the type of injury the individual has.

Communicate Your Pain

Communicate what impacts your pain. We provide evidence-based interventional and regenerative treatments. We help patients regain function and control of their pain for a wide variety of musculoskeletal disorders.

Discover new treatments for your pain

We can help uncover new ways to manage your condition. Our team of pain management specialist can help you restore comfort and live a more fulfilled life.

Please take a look  for a list of common painful conditions that our physician diagnose and treat every day, and find out how Bay State Pain Associates can help you Get Your Life Back! 

Bay State Pain Associates  specialist see a wide variety of patients with a wide variety of conditions.    Back pain can be a scary thing for patients, but for the doctor at Bay State Pain Associates , your pain is their work, and they resolve neck and back pain issues in patients, almost every day.
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Head

Headaches and facial pain are within the most common and difficult disorders to live with. This lowers your quality of life and overall well-being.

Our team is equipped to diagnose and treat primary secondary headache disorders, trigeminal neuralgia, temporomandibular joint dysfunction, and other facial pain syndromes.

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While there are a variety of pain related conditions that can be treated via non-surgical methods, Here are just conditions that we treat. Talk to your APM provider to learn how we can help you.

  • Abdomen & Pelvic Pain
  • Cancer & Nerve Pain
  • Chronic Widespread & Muscles Pain
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Chest, Abdomen, And Groin Pain

icon-abdominalPain in the chest, abdomen, or groin can be difficult to diagnose and to treat. However, technological advances in medicine have improved the process greatly. Some conditions have been benefited by the use of nerve stimulation, using the technology of the spinal cord stimulator, otherwise known as the “pacemaker for pain.”

  • Abdominal Pain
  • Chest Pain
  • Chest Wall Pain
  • Inguinal Neuralgia
  • Pelvic Pain
  • Post Thoracotomy Pain (Intercostal)
  • Pudendal Neuralgia
  • Chronic Pelvic Pain
  • Chronic Abdominal Pain

Diabetic Neuoropathy and other Peripheral Neuropathies
Ilioinguinal Nerve Block
Spondylolisthesis: Vertebral Body Slip
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS): 
Meralgia Paresthetica (MP): Outer Thigh  
Cancer Pain

Widespread Pain

Chronic Widespread & Muscles Pain
  • A range of diagnostic and therapeutic approaches for fibromyalgia and chronic pain.
  • Myofascial pain refers to pain caused by muscular irritation.

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Millions of Americans endure pain that lasts for months, sometimes years. We understand the negative impact of pain on your quality of life. That’s why Bay State Pain Associates  offers a range of diagnostic and comprehensive approaches with your unique needs in mind.

Chronic Pain

  • Chronic pain is any pain that lasts more than three months. The pain can become progressively worse and reoccur intermittently, beyond the normal healing process. Chronic pain can last long after the expected healing process ends, for no apparent reason.
  • The most common sources of chronic pain include low back pain, headache, and arthritic pain. Chronic pain can cause significant psychological and emotional trauma and often limits an individual’s ability to fully function.
  • The treatment of chronic pain has been adjusted over the years. It used to be that doctors focused on treating the underlying cause of pain, thinking that once the injury or disease was cured, the chronic pain would disappear. Now doctors believe that chronic pain is a condition itself that needs to be treated as the primary pathology.
  • Arthritis
  • Celiac Disease: Causes And Treatments For Chronic Pain
  • Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
  • Chronic Pain
  • Crohn’s Disease
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Neuropathic Pain
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Osteoporosis
  • Post Herpetic Neuralgia
  • Shingles
  • Torn Meniscus
  • Ulcerative Colitis

Muscle Pain

Bay State Pain Associates  specialist see a wide variety of patients with a wide variety of conditions.    Back pain can be a scary thing for patients, but for the doctor at Bay State Pain Associates , your pain is their work, and they resolve neck and back pain issues in patients, almost every day.Occasional, temporary muscle pain is nothing to worry about. Talk to your doctor if the pain continues for more than a few months or feels like it is getting worse.  If you are diagnosed with myofascial pain syndrome, ask to be referred to Bay State Pain Associates. 

Myofascial pain refers to pain caused by muscular irritation. The large upper back muscles are prone to developing mysofascial pain that radiates from sensitive points, called trigger points, throughout muscle tissue. Muscular irritation and upper back pain is due to muscle weakness and repetitive motions.

A common myofascial pain is the soreness and aching in muscles associated with poor posture. Because the upper back pain is related to large muscles in the shoulder area, most rehabilitation programs will include a great deal of stretching and strengthening exercises.

Manual treatment such as chiropractic manipulation, massage therapy and acupuncture are effective in treating myofascial pain.

  1. Diabetic Neuoropathy and other
  2. Peripheral Neuropathies
  3. Ilioinguinal Nerve Block
  4. Facial Pain: Supraorbital and
  5. Infraorbital Neuralgia
  6. Piriformis Syndrome
  7. Hip Pain and Osteoarthritis
  8. Pudendal Neuralgia
  9. Chronic Pelvic Pain
  10. Chronic Abdominal Pain
  11. Cervical (Neck) Spine: Pain
  12. Provoking Disorders
  13. Cervical (Neck) Herniated Discs
  14. Frozen Shoulder
  15. Cervical Stenosis
  16. Facet Medial Branch Block to Treat
  17. Cervical (Neck) Spinal Arthritis
  18. Vertebral Compression Fractures
  19. Spondylolisthesis: Vertebral Body Slip
  20. Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS): Reflex Sympathetic
  21. Dystrophy (RSD)
  22. Meralgia Paresthetica (MP): Outer
  23. Thigh Pain
  24. Lumbar Stenosis
  25. Cervical (Neck) or Lumbar (Low Back) Pain after Spine Surgery
  26. Facet Medial Branch Block to Treat
  27. Lumbar (Low Back) Spinal Arthritis
  28. Lumbar Herniated Disc and Sciatica
  29. Lumbar Degenerative Disc Disease
  30. Cancer Pain
  31. Whiplash: Neck Sprain or Strain

Other Pain Conditions

  • Chronic Pain in Children
  • Phantom Limb Pain
  • Reflex Pain
  • Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy
  • Sports Injuries
  • Workers Compensation Pain Cases
  • Arm, Elbow, Shoulder Pain
  • Back Pain
  • Head Pain
  • Hips, Leg, Foot Pain
  • Neck Pain
  • Knee Pain
  • Spine Pain

Arm Pain

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Arm pain can range from mild discomfort to unbearable agony in either or both upper extremities of the body. You don’t have to live with arm pain. Physicians at Bay State Pain Associates can pinpoint the problem and develop a personalized treatment plan to address conditions.

Shooting Pain in the Arms

The complaint of shooting pain into the arms can be the result of several conditions:

  • Cervical Spinal Stenosis
  • Myofascial Pain
  • Disc Herniation

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Procedure : Wireless Peripheral Nerve Stimulation

Shoulder

Shoulder pain can happen for various reasons like tendon inflammation, arthritis, a fractured bone or a tear. It affects mobility in your arm, causing uncomfortable aches.

As pain expert, we can find out where the pain is coming from and how to bring you relief.

Back,  Leg & Spine Pain
  • Let us pinpoint your problem with upper back pain, lower back pain, or sciatica.
  • The Spine Conditions include herniated disc, pinched nerve, bulging disc, degenerated disc, osteoarthritis, spinal stenosis, degenerative disc disease, neuropathy pain and scoliosis. 

Back Pain NeuroSpine Oregon

As the leading cause of physician’s visits and time away from work, back pain affects 7 out of 10 people in the U.S. every year. Causation of back pain varies, but those with chronic back pain often find it debilitating and suffer from limited quality of life. 

Lower Back

Lower Back pain is a very common cause to visit the doctor. This begins in the lumbar area and can feel intense and agonizing. This radiating pain can be caused by injury, heavy lifting, infections or more.

To understand where your pain is coming from, our specialists are prepared to show you what you have and how to ease your pain

  • Bulging Disc Syndrome
  • Cervical Radiculopathy
  • Disc Herniation
  • Facet Joint Syndrome
  • Failed Back Surgery Syndrome
  • Post Laminectomy Syndrome
  • Prolapsed Disc
  • Scoliosis
  • Spinal Stenosis
  • Spine Surgery Pain
  • Thoracic Pain
  • Vertebral Body Fracture
  • Vertebral Compression Fractures
  • Spondylolisthesis: Vertebral Body Slip
  • Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS): Reflex Sympathetic
  • Dystrophy (RSD)
  • Meralgia Paresthetica (MP): Outer
  • Thigh Pain
  • Lumbar Stenosis
  • Facet Medial Branch Block to Treat Lumbar (Low Back) Spinal Arthritis
  • Lumbar Herniated Disc and Sciatica
  • Lumbar Degenerative Disc Disease

Bay State Pain Associates  specialist see a wide variety of patients with a wide variety of conditions.    Back pain can be a scary thing for patients, but for the doctor at Bay State Pain Associates , your pain is their work, and they resolve neck and back pain issues in patients, almost every day.Head Pain

Headaches and facial pain are within the most common and difficult disorders to live with. This lowers your quality of life and overall well-being.

Our team is equipped to diagnose and treat primary  secondary headache disorders, trigeminal neuralgia, temporomandibular joint dysfunction, and other facial pain syndromes.

  • Acute Headaches
  • Cervicogenic Headaches
  • Chronic Facial Pain
  • Cluster Headaches
  • Face Pain
  • Headaches
  • Migraine Headaches
  • Motor Vehicle Injury
  • Nervous System Disease
  • Occipital Neuralgia
  • Tension Headaches
  • Trigeminal Neuralgia
Head, Arms, Shoulder & Neck
  • Pain management and treatment for neck pain, migraine headaches, episodic migraine and chronic migraine.
  • The complaint of shooting pain into the arms can be the result of several conditions.
  • Hip pain can be caused by a number of issues related to the hip, pelvic, muscles, internal organs, and back issues.
  • The complaint of shooting pain in the legs can be the result of several conditions.

icon-legLeg pain can range from a mild nuisance that comes and goes, to debilitating pain that makes it difficult to sleep, walk, or engage in simple everyday activities. You don’t have to live with leg pain. Physician at Bay State Pain Associates can pinpoint the problem and develop a personalized treatment plan to address conditions.

Shooting Pain in the Legs

The complaint of shooting pain in the legs can be the result of several conditions:

  • Sciatica
  • Spinal Stenosis
  • Disc Herniation
  • Osteoarthritis

If you are experiencing lower leg pain or other symptoms of a herniated disk, contact us 

Foot Pain

Foot pain is much more common than you think. It can derive from a ligament, muscle nerve or tissue problem.

Foot

Foot pain is much more common than you think. It can derive from a ligament, muscle nerve or tissue problem.

If the pain is not permitting you to live your normal life comfortably, please call us. We can help.

Hip Pain

Hip Pain is a regular complaint at the doctor's check-up that can be caused by a wide variety of problems. Hip pain can be sometimes can be a result of diseases or other conditions like lower back pain.  Arthritis, Injuries or pinched nerves can also lead to pain in the hip area.

To find out where the pain is coming from and how to treat it, our team of experts are ready to diagnose and treat the pain as quickly and effectively as possible.

Neck Pain

Neck pain is far more common than you imagine. It is in the top 5  leading causes of disability in the US. Research has demonstrated that neck pain impacts your physical, social and mental well-being.

Neck-pain can occur for different reasons like ergonomics, physical activity, recurrent movements and more. Our experts are not only qualified, but ready to accompany you through this process in all levels.

Neck pain is often caused by muscle strain, soft tissue sprain or an accident, such as a car accident and the corresponding response to sudden force/whiplash. These types of neck pain can improve over time and through non-surgical measures.  However, if the neck pain continues to worsen, further evaluation may be necessary.

  •  Cervical Injuries
  • Neck Pain
  • Nervous System Disease
  • Occipital Neuralgia
  1. Cervical (Neck) Spine: Pain Provoking Disorders
  2. Cervical (Neck) Herniated Discs
  3. Whiplash: Neck Sprain or Strain

Care & Management / Pain Procedures

  • Cervical facet Radiofrequency Neurotomy
  • Cervical Transforaminal Epidural Steroid Injection 
  • Radiofrequency Neurotomy of the Thoracic Facets 
  • Vertiflex

Knee

Knee pain is a common complaint for persons of any age. Pain in your knee can be a result of a ruptured ligament, injuries like fractures, knee bursitis, a torn meniscus or other medical conditions.

Many types of knee-pain can be taken care of at home with care, some need the intervention of experts to bring relief and if necessary surgery. Our experts can guide you to know where the pain is coming from and how to treat it as effectively and comfortably as possible.

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Spine Pain 

Spine problems can lead to a variety of symptoms — including severe pain that affects every move you make.  

Herniated Disc

(Also called Pinched Nerve, Bulging Disc)

In the case of medicine, some doctors use different terms to explain spinal disc pathology. Such is the case of Herniated Disc, Pinched Nerve, Bulging Disc, Ruptured Disc, Torn Disc, Slipped Disc, Collapsed Disc, Disc Protrusion and there are a few others. But, whatever its name, it causes pain. To clarify, the medical diagnosis identifies the cause of a patient’s back, leg, arm or other pain and it is a first step in determining what, if anything, needs to be done about it.

A spinal disc problem can occur in the neck, upper back, middle back, and lower back. It can involve a pinched nerve. That pinched nerve can cause radicular pain (nerve root pain) and cause pain to be referred in other parts of the body. One example is pain from a herniated disc in the lower back can cause leg pain from a pinched nerve, usually diagnosed as sciatica.

Degenerated Disc

Degenerated disc is when the disc itself is compromised leading to a disruption of the disc space. That can be a source of pain. It is called axial pain.

Osteoarthritis

Like many medical conditions, medical staff have several terms for this condition: facet joint osteoarthritis and degenerative arthritis are two commonly used alternatives. What causes the pain is, the cartilage between the facet joints in the spine break down. This may lead to formation of bone spurs that may irritate or compress nerves. While at first the pain can be intermittent, it can develop into a steadier stream of pain that may lead to sciatica, in addition to lower back pain.

Symptoms

  • back pain
  • symptoms develop gradually over time
  • symptoms fluctuate between severe and mild-to-none
  • lower back pain relief occurs when sitting down
  • may cause weakness, numbness, tingling that radiates from the lower back into the buttocks and legs (sciatica)
  • leg pain which occurs when walking or standing
  • may cause inability to walk far without developing leg pain
Spinal Stenosis

Spinal stenosis is related to the degeneration of the spine and typically becomes an issue in patients 50 years old and older. The most common types of stenosis are: Lumbar stenosis and cervical stenosis.

Lumbar Stenosis

Lumbar stenosis is most common. In this case, the spinal nerve roots in the lower back, are compressed or choked and this can produce a tingling, or weakness or numbness that radiates from the lower back, into the buttocks and legs, especially when walking or being active. In ¾ of the cases, spinal stenosis occurs in the lower back (lumbar spinal stenosis) and most will affect the sciatic nerve, which runs along the back of the leg.

Cervical Spinal Stenosis

Cervical Spinal Stenosis (in the neck) can be more dangerous because it can create a tightening of the spinal cord. This may compromise the coordination of extremities.

Common Stenosis Symptoms:
  • heavy feeling or weakness in the legs
  • inability to walk long distances or briskly
  • intermittent shooting pains into the arms and legs (like an electrical shock)
  • gait problems and coordination problems
Degenerative Disc Disease

This is one of the most common causes of lower back pain as well as neck pain. Unfortunately it is also one of the most misunderstood. First of all, Degenerative Disc Disease is not a disease, it just describes the symptoms of pain and radiating weakness and/or numbness stemming for a degenerated disc in the neck or back. The term describes the process of the disc degeneration over time. It is a condition that at times, can produce pain from a damaged disc.

Neuropathy Pain

Neuropathy pain is that which results from damage to the nervous system. The most common cause of this kind of pain is spine disorders. Symptoms can include:

  • severe, sharp or shooting pain
  • deep and burning pain
  • persistent numbness
  • tingling or weakness that travels into the arms, hands, legs or feet.

Patients can also experience pain resulting from a light touch or other stimulus that typically doesn’t cause pain. Patients can also complain of hypersensitivity to other stimuli.

Scoliosis

A word that’s used to describe an abnormal, sideways curvature of the spine.

Typically, when viewed from the back, a spine is straight. When there is a case of scoliosis, the spine

  1. Curves to the left as a single curve (when shaped like a ‘C’ it is called levoscoliosis)
  2. Curves to the right as a single curve (when shaped like a backwards ‘C’ it’s called dextroscoliosis)
  3. The spine has two curves (shaped like the letter ‘S’)

The most common form of scoliosis in children is called Idiopathic scoliosis. The most common form of scoliosis in adults is called Degenerative Scoliosis.

Conditions 

Cervical & Lumbar Radiculopathy

Facet joint syndrome 

Spinal Stenosis

Spondylolithesis

Pain Conditions

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You don’t have to live with pain. Physician at Bay State Pain Associates can pinpoint the problem and develop a personalized treatment plan to address conditions. 

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