Spinal Pumps

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Where does it hurt?

To help you better understand why you have pain and how we can help alleviate it, PMIR Medical Center is providing this interactive Pain Checker. Just click on the area that hurts. Then read about the conditions behind your specific pain, the problems it may be causing, and what you can do to relieve your problem.

NOTE: The PMIR Pain Checker is intended for educational purposes only. PMIR encourages patients to educate themselves on all pain symptoms and the treatments we provide. However, we recommend anyone who may be suffering from any pain to not self-diagnose, or to supplement seeking medical advice with information on our site. If you are in pain, or have a medical emergency contact one of our offices or dial 911.

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Want Round-The-Clock Pain Relief With Less Medication?

At PMIR Medical Center, our medically trained pain management specialists understand pain and how it affects your work, your relationships, and your quality of life. Our team of anesthesiologists, neurologists, and support staff can provide a customized, effective treatment plan to reduce and manage your pain.

Spinal pump treatments are generally recommended for people who have chronic pain from:

A spinal pump:

  • Can help provide round-the-clock relief for chronic, constant pain.
  • Is surgically placed under the skin of your abdomen, where they can deliver a measured, safe dose of medication directly to your spinal fluid.
  • Implant bypasses your gastrointestinal system to deliver medication into your cerebrospinal fluid, which can help increase your quality of life.

The Benefits of Spinal Pumps for Pain

  • With a spinal pump, a patient generally needs 1/300th of the amount of medication than when orally taken.
  • Spinal pumps can help better control symptoms and reduce the need for oral medications, thereby reducing side effects.
  • Spinal pump therapy is completely reversible.

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To learn more about how we can help relieve your pain, contact us directly via our online form or request an appointment today by calling (855) 764-7633.