Pain Management

Pain may manifest itself as aches, numbness, stiffness, burning and other irritating sensations. Pain management deals with finding ways to provide relief from pain. As a leading healthcare center in Brooklyn, New York, HealthQuest provides effective and advanced pain management/treatment for patients with acute or chronic pain.

Holistic Treatment and Care at Our

Pain Management Center

At our pain management center, our team of orthopedists, neurologists, and pain management doctors work with patients and provides them opportunities of relief from pain. Physiotherapists, chiropractors, clinical psychologists and physical therapists also form part of the skilled team at HealthQuest, delivering holistic treatment and care to our patients.

Patients may suffer from acute or traumatic pain, as well as chronic pain. Back pain related to accidents, sports related knee injuries, slips and falls can result in chronic and debilitating pain, which requires timely medical attention. Whether patients come in for knee pain treatment, shoulder or back pain treatment, we try to identify the root cause of your pain and eliminate it, while giving you greater insights on dealing with your condition.

Acute and

Chronic Pain Management

The treatment of pain involves both the sensory and emotional components of pain. While acute pain presents with certain distinguishing characteristics and treatment options, can be considerably and more quickly relieved once the chronic pain management treatment schedules require the services of practitioners belonging to different branches of medicine. Pharmacologic as well as non-pharmacologic procedures and psychological approaches, all may become necessary.

The sensory component of pain may be treated with chiropractic and physical therapies, medications, routine injections such as trigger point and epidural injections, and advanced interventional therapies.

Manage Pain Effectively with HealthQuest

Our pain management techniques include:

  • Exercise
  • Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS)
  • Manual Techniques
  • Administration of analgesics, NSAIDs, narcotic medications, muscle relaxants, and anti-convulsants and antidepressants
  • Radiofrequency radio ablation
  • Surgically implanted electrotherapy devices
  • Prolotherapy
  • Injections

To schedule a consultation, call 718-769-2521 today or email us at info@hqbk.com. We accept Medicare, Workers' Compensation, No-Fault and other major medical insurance plans.