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The Center for Interventional Pain Management is a nationally recognized center of excellence for the treatment and management of complex chronic pain. The Center provides comprehensive multidisciplinary inpatient and outpatient treatment options tailored to individual patient needs. We feel that the whole person must be treated, not just the pain & we will work as a team to help you reduce or eliminate your pain.
“I have been seeing Dr. Padda for almost 3 months now for elbow pain. I was referred to him by my primary care physician and he is a miracle worker. I have been dealing with this for years and wish I would have gone to him sooner.”
“I will go so far as to say that my FIRST visit with Dr. Padda was more helpful and productive than months of treatment with a local neurologist. Dr. Padda is extremely knowledgeable, and immediately ordered tests that any neurologist worth their salt should have done months ago. Dr. Padda acknowledged that yes, severe pain sometimes requires pain killers and did prescribe some, but was more concerned with finding the root problem of the cause of my migraines in hopes of stopping them.”
“LOVE Dr. Padda . A super upstanding guy. Really knows his stuff. I would recommend anyone I know to go to him for pain management. My back has hurt from a work injury and he has gotten it under control. He’s an abrupt guy but he doesn’t beat around the bush which is what I like. Straight up and honest.”
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What is the relationship between allergies and pain? Allergies can create a generalized inflammatory state with systemic release of inflammatory cytokines, which may present as: Muscle and joint pain, typically observed in food borne allergens such as gluten or gliaden. Sinus congestion triggering migraine and cluster headaches, typically observed in aeroallergens such as pollens or […]Read More
Nearly 60% of patient’s with chronic forefoot pain presenting to a podiatry practice have surgical intervention, yet only 50-60% of them get relief of foot pain long-term and 20% get significantly worse, requiring multiple surgeries. Accurate diagnosis is critical to appropriate treatment, common areas where foot pain is misdiagnosed include: Plantar plate disruption The […]Read More
Migraine Headache: Our position on five medical treatment options that patients with migraines should avoid
Headache is among the principal reasons for physician visits and a common cause of emergency department visits. The costs of tests and treatments for headache are not insubstantial, and when unwarranted, they needlessly expose patients to potential harm. In a recent study of the treatments and procedures that contribute most to the $13 billion dollar […]Read More
Caution: If you’re having your worst migraine ever or symptoms that are unusual for you or frightening, see a doctor as soon as possible. You need to be sure this IS a Migraine and not something more serious such as a stroke. Caution: Pregnant women should immediately alert their physician as many of the medications […]Read More
It’s about a way of life, not some temporary adjustment. Often times, patients ask, “what should I eat,” or “what is the best diet?” They focus in on the concept of dieting, which implies a short-term change in food intake, with return to normal eating once they have reached a target weight. Conceptually this is […]Read More
Nine reasons why weight loss is so important for chronic pain patients. 1. Pain reduces activity Pain often leads to reduced activity and exercise, which can cause patient’s to gain weight, due to loss of metabolically active muscle. 2. Pain prevents restful sleep Pain disrupts sleep, reducing growth hormone production, which causes patients to gain […]Read More
The steps of ho’oponopono meditation ritual. Get comfortable and relaxed, in a sitting position, upright. Take 5 minutes or more to get deeply relaxed. There are two breathing techniques recommended for initiating meditative relaxation: The Ha Technique from Hawaii Take a full breath in through the nose, and out through the mouth […]Read More
Nutrition Successful weight loss is best complimented by a customized nutrition plan based on your individual needs. Ensuring a daily dose of heart-healthy vitamins, getting your metabolism in balance and ensuring you have all the nutrients necessary will help build the energy you need to transform your body and mind during your weight loss journey. […]Read More