Medical Services Pain Management Take control of your pain with a comprehensive plan from St. Elizabeth Physicians. Find a Location Find a Provider Take Control with a Comprehensive Pain Management Program Pain, whether acute or ongoing, can have a negative impact on your quality of life. St. Elizabeth Healthcare helps you regain control. Our program is designed to discover the cause of your pain, and provide long-term relief. Our comprehensive treatment plans help you get back to your life. Depending on your needs, we couple traditional pain relief with state-of-the-art treatment approaches, including: Interventional injections designed to provide you with relief and diminish inflammation Physical therapy to give you the strength you need to maintain control Psychiatric services to address your emotional needs Our goal is to partner with you to pull you out of the cycle of pain, and get you on the road to recovery. Multi-team Specialists in One Location We offer all the amenities and services you need right here, at St. Elizabeth. In addition to your primary care provider, your St. Elizabeth pain management team may include: Anesthesiologists Psychologists Psychiatrists Physiatrists Physical Therapists Neurosurgeons Orthopaedists You are also part of your own healthcare team. We’ll work together on your plan to help you take control of your life again. Conditions Pain can be caused by many different conditions, including a combination of conditions. Some conditions patients may suffer from include: Arthritis Back pain Cancer pain Carpal tunnel syndrome Chronic pain Complex regional pain syndrome Degenerative disc disease Diabetes pain Fibromyalgia Herniated discs Migraines Muscular injuries Myofascial pain syndrome Neck pain Neuropathy Orofacial pain Osteoporosis Pinched nerve Nerve damage Phantom limb pain Shingles pain Tailbone pain To Learn More or Make an Appointment To learn more or make an appointment, feel free to contact our office at (859) 212-7000. Check with your insurer to see if you need a referral from your primary care doctor, and to verify what portion of your visit will be covered under your insurance.