Services and Education

Everyone deserves to live a life free of pain and to enjoy daily activities without disruption from neck pain, back aches or pinched nerves. IMS Pain Management offers experienced, dedicated, and advanced pain management care. IMS is all about finding the cause of your pain and then developing the best treatment option tailored specifically for you to get you back to your normal life—pain free.

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Caring for our patients is our top priority and purpose. We offer a full spectrum of pain management services. Don’t give up—we have options and help for you. Click here to request an appointment.

Below we have highlighted some of the most common conditions we treat.


The Services and Conditions treated at IMS Pain Management include:

  • Fibromyalgia – Fibromyalgia is a disorder characterized by widespread musculoskeletal pain.  It’s often accompanied by fatigue, sleep, memory and mood issues. Many people who have fibromyalgia also have tension headaches, TMJ disorders, anxiety and depression.
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis – Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune disorder and occurs when your immune system mistakenly attacks your own body’s tissues. In addition to causing painful and sometimes deformed joints, rheumatoid arthritis sometimes can affect various organs of the body. Skin, eyes, lungs and blood vessels may be affected.
  • Lower back pain – Lower back pain can be caused by a wide variety of things.  Common causes of lower back pain include strain injury, overuse, disc herniation, kidney infection and pregnancy.  Symptoms of lower back pain include a dull ache, tingling, sharp pain, numbness, pain with movement, tenderness, rash or sciatica with shooting pain down one or both legs.
  • Sciatica (Lumbar radiculopathy) – Sciatica pain is one of the most prevalent and annoying pain conditions.  The sciatic nerves are the largest nerves in the body, about the diameter of your little finger. Branches of several smaller nerves that exit the spine of the lower back join together to form the sciatic nerve.
  • Migraine headaches – The difference between a migraine and other headaches is primarily the duration, intensity and frequency of the headache.  The symptoms of a migraine may include severe pain, typically on one side of the head, but can be on both sides or switch from side-to-side.  Other common migraine symptoms include sensitivity to light, vision impairment, sensitivity to noise and smells, tingling and numbness, confusion and nausea.

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