Do you need sciatica pain relief? The team of board certified physicians and psychologists, licensed nurses and certified physical therapists at the Center for Pain Management has been providing the most advanced medical treatment options for acute and chronic sciatica pain since 1992. We have the experience to offer you sciatica pain relief.
We have conveniently located pain care centers in Indianapolis, Greenwood and Lafayette, Indiana. Contact us today to schedule an appointment to see one of our board certified pain specialists.
Center for Pain Management offers a wide array of proven medical treatment options for sciatica pain. Our pain specialists will assess your medical history, pain conditions and recovery goals to develop a customized medical treatment plan just for you. We offer comprehensive treatment options depending on the duration and severity of your sciatica pain. These include infusions, nerve blocks, spinal cord stimulators, physical therapy, psychological counseling and medication management.
Sciatica occurs most frequently in people between 30 and 50 years of age. Typically, an injury does not cause sciatica. Sciatica tends to develop as a result of usual wear and tear on of the lower spine and its structures. Lumbar Radiculopathy is the clinical diagnosis of sciatica. It means that a lumbar disc has protruded from its normal position in the spinal column and is putting pressure on the radicular nerve (nerve root) in the low back, which ultimately forms part of the sciatic nerve. We treat the common medical conditions that cause sciatica to offer you sciatica pain relief:
Whether you’ve been suffering from sciatica for a month or for years, contact the pain specialists at the Center for Pain Management to schedule an evaluation today! We offer full onsite diagnostic services (including MRIs), treatment rooms and surgery centers. Our board certified physicians and psychologists, licensed nurses and certified physical therapists are ready to offer you sciatica pain relief so don’t wait! Contact us today.