Pain Conditions in Orlando, FL & All Our Locations

Pain conditions can range from mildly distracting to debilitating, yet every type of pain condition will have an effect on your quality of life and capacity to follow through on the treatment outlined by your physicians. National Pain Institute offers interventional pain management services for pain conditions that affect residents of Orlando, as well as other communities in Central and South Florida.

What Are Pain Conditions?

Pain conditions are medical conditions that cause pain. The types of pain that we treat are:

  • Chronic
  • Episodic
  • Recurring
  • Referred

Chronic pain is defined as discomfort that lasts for more than three or four months with little to no relief. Episodic pain means that certain body movements trigger the pain. Recurring pain may be cyclic in nature. Referred pain describes a condition in which the pain you feel occurs in an area of the body that is outside the area that is affected by a medical condition, such as pain in your legs due to a herniated disc in the lower spine.

What Pain Conditions Can Be Treated With Interventional Pain Management?

National Pain Institute offers advanced treatments for most every type of pain condition, and we work closely with your other physicians to coordinate your care and monitor your progress.

Am I a Candidate for Interventional Treatment for Pain Conditions?

Most often, our patients are referred to us by their primary physician or specialists after receiving a diagnosis for a pain condition. If you live with pain that interferes with your treatment or daily activities, you can contact us for more information or request a referral from your physician.

Why live with the effects of a pain condition when you can find relief at National Pain Institute? Our team of pain management physicians offers innovative interventional therapies for pain conditions that affect the residents of Orlando, as well as other communities in Central and South Florida. Contact us today to schedule a consultation.