MEDICAL PAIN MANAGEMENT

It is estimated that in the United States there are approximately 100 million people who are currently suffering from cases of chronic pain. While chronic pain is often nothing more than an annoyance, it can also be completely incapacitating.

UNDERSTANDING ISSUES RELATED TO CHRONIC PAIN

To alleviate chronic pain, we offer medical pain management to help patients cope, while seeking to address the underlying cause of pain.

As part of our integrated, holistic approach to healthcare, the doctors at Integrated Pain Specialists use only drug-free treatments through a variety of non-invasive, effective pain management techniques from which to choose physical medicine treatments that can help manage the pain of conditions.

If you suffer from chronic pain, then signals of pain will remain active in your nervous system for several weeks or months, and in some cases, even years.

Having to constantly live with this pain can take a huge toll on your body and health, both physically and mentally.

The most common issues that result in cases of chronic pain include pain caused by injuries, carpal tunnel syndrome, sinus pain, tendonitis, backaches, joint pain, and headaches.

TREATMENT FOR CHRONIC PAIN

When you meet with our doctors, you will first be put through a thorough physical evaluation. We will discuss your health history and put the focus on learning about your symptoms of chronic pain, and the various conditions that may cause it. The pain treatments used will vary based on how long you have been dealing with the chronic pain, how extreme it is, where you were injured, and what has caused your pain.

Some treatment options for cases of chronic pain have evolved over the years, but modern treatments are ones that have been effective for many years.
Our approach to medical pain management is four pronged:

Phase One
Alleviate pain so that the problem can be addressed.

Phase Two
Corrective care begins with therapeutic treatment and exercises.

Phase Three
Stabilization to strengthen and rebuild the muscles, ligaments, tendons, and connective tissue.

Phase Four
Continue with our patients receiving wellness treatment to help maintain their optimal health.

You Owe It To Yourself To Understand All Your Treatment Options So You Can Make The Best Decisions Concerning Your Health.

Your Medical Pain Management Specialists

KATIE TOLEDO, ARNP

Katie Toledo APRN has practiced nursing for 20+ years and comes from a background in pain management, cancer symptom management, and Integrated Health. Her desire to create improved patient outcomes motivated her to get her Master’s in Nursing and become a Nurse Practitioner.

Katie is committed to improve health and outcome of her patients and optimize their quality of life.  She is a strong believer that integrating building blocks of health and decreasing inflammation in conjunction with advanced structural rehab will assist patients to return to the activities they enjoy.

She has received advanced training and experience in functional medicine, PRP, cell therapy and regenerative medicine and has found this form of treatment to be far superior than traditional pain management.

Travis Slade, MD
Medical Director
Shonte McKenzie, MD
Pain Interventionist
Dr. Nicholas Ordyna, MD
Pain Interventionist
Eric Innes, MD
Pain Interventionist

Office Hours:

South Jordan Hours
Monday 8 am – 1 pm & 3 pm – 6 pm
Tuesday 2 pm – 6 pm
Wednesday 8 am – 1 pm & 3 pm – 6 pm
Thursday 2 pm – 6 pm
Friday 8 am – 1 pm

 

Bountiful Hours
Monday 8 am – 12 pm & 3 pm – 6 pm
Tuesday 2 pm – 6 pm
Wednesday 8 am – 12 pm & 3 pm – 6 pm
Thursday 2 pm – 6 pm
Friday 8 am – 1 pm

Walk-ins Welcome:

3-6 PM M-Th