Pain & Spine Management Center in St. Charles, IL

2455 Dean
St Suite 3G,

St. Charles, IL 60175

Tel: (331) 200 1090

The Illinois Pain & Spine Institute in St. Charles features award-winning physicians and pain management experts whose aim is to treat patients with chronic pain with effective, innovative pain management options. Our purpose is to lessen your reliance on medicines, relieve chronic pain, and restore your independence. We pride ourselves in offering the most technologically sophisticated pain management services accessible today. Our minimally invasive diagnostic and therapeutic treatments take place in a loving, supportive atmosphere that promotes your total healing and well-being so you may return to your normal activities and daily routine.

The physicians at the Illinois Pain & Spine Institute address many different medical problems, injuries, and diseases that can contribute to chronic pain. Degenerative scoliosis, spinal stenosis, facet joint syndrome, osteoarthritis, and pain caused by old injuries are just some of the conditions we treat. We employ minimally invasive techniques to treat the inflamed or damaged nerves that are the source of your persistent pain.

Pain & Spine Management Center in St. Charles, IL

The first step for any prospective patient is an assessment and evaluation. During this step, we examine you and your medical history to help diagnose the reason for your pain. Once we understand what’s causing your pain, we work with you to provide a treatment plan based on your input and constraints. At Illinois Pain & Spine Institute, we take advantage of cutting-edge technologies and treatments to help reduce pain and get you moving again. We also recommend physical therapy and specific exercises to help you get your mobility back.

We don’t just prescribe painkillers at Illinois Pain & Spine Institute. Our physicians want to reduce your dependence on painkillers by addressing the root causes of pain. We don’t want to mask the symptoms and up the dose when symptoms flare up. By visiting us at our St. Charles location, we promise to help improve your quality of life. Ready to take the next step? call or visit us to schedule an appointment today!

Conditions Diagnosed & Treated By Our Knowledgeable Team

Herniated Disc Treatment

Herniated discs occur when the inner gel-like material of a disc pushes through the outer layer and protrudes through the spinal canal….

Back Pain

Back pain can range from a mild muscle ache to a shooting, burning, or stabbing sensation, sometimes radiating down the leg….

Neck Pain Relief

Neck pain refers to the discomfort felt in the region surrounding the spine beneath the head. It may manifest as axial neck pain….

Phantom Pain Relief

The perplexing concept of phantom pain arises when an individual perceives pain in a body part that has either undergone….

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Pioneering the field of carpal tunnel syndrome treatment, the Pain & Spine Institute sets a high bar with its comprehensive….

Complex Regional Pain Syndrome

Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) is a form of chronic pain that typically affects an arm or a leg…

Frequently Asked Questions About Pain Management in St. Charles, IL

What techniques are effective for pain management?

At Illinois Pain & Spine Institute, we have many different techniques at our disposal that help us provide individualized care for our patients. These range from chiropractic techniques like spinal adjustments, to injections such as selective nerve blocks and epidurals, to surgical techniques like vertebroplasty. See a list of our procedures here!

What is the standard of care for pain management?

We make a concerted effort to listen to our patients’ concerns about their pain and previous medical history. We don’t prescribe anything to patients who don’t want it and we alter our treatment plans based on how well they work.

How do you determine the most appropriate treatment plan for each patient?

Each patient has different needs, so we perform an evaluation and assessment for each patient that comes into our offices. Based on your medical history and how you present in our office, we will compose a personalized pain management plan specifically for you.

What types of pain do you treat at your clinic?

We treat many different types of pain. Our physicians treat both acute and chronic pain caused by injuries or medical conditions, radicular pain caused by compression in the spine, and neuropathic pain caused by a variety of medical conditions.


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