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Pain Management

 

Michigan Pain Institute

Phone (toll-free)
866-990-5898

Main Location
St. Joseph Mercy Hospital
Ann Arbor - MHVI Building
5325 Elliott Drive, Suite 101
Ypsilanti, MI 48197

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Michigan Pain Institute Website & Forms

Why do patients with acute or chronic pain choose the Saint Joseph Mercy Health System Pain Institute?

As one of Southeast Michigan's most successful programs, our team of specialists use a collaborative approach to diagnose pain and develop a customized treatment plan. Our comprehensive pain management plans may consist of a single approach or a combination of medications, therapies and procedures.

  • Our primary clinic is conveniently located right on the campus of St. Joseph Mercy Hospital Ann Arbor.
  • We have many Michigan Pain locations in Livingston, Washtenaw and Wayne counties.
  • We believe that communication with your primary care and referring physicians is a priority and ensures continuity of care.
  • Physical and Occupational Therapists from St. Joe's Rehabilitation Services are available on site and referrals to rehab services are facilitated for patients.

Our pain management staff includes board certified pain specialists emphasizing evidence-based medicine. We recognize that acute and chronic pain is often dependent on many factors, requiring coordination of care between nurses, physician assistants, other medical specialists and often includes psychological support.

Services Include:

  • Injection treatments using local anesthetics and steroids
  • Interventional treatment with anesthesiologist support
  • Fluoroscopically guided nerve blocks
  • Fluoroscopy suites updated with digital subtraction angiography
  • Fluoroscopically guided nerve blocks
  • Pharmacologic needs assessment (analgesics, psychotopics, adjunctive medications such as anticonvulsants)
  • Percutaneous disc procedures (discography, nucleoplasty, annuloplasty)
  • Implantable Devices:
    • Spinal Cord Stimulation
    • Intrathecal infusion Pumps
  • Neurolytic techniques for nerves (chemical, radiofrequency, cryoablation)
  • Collaborative approach:
    • Referrals to affiliated psychologists for coordination of care (biofeedback and relaxation techniques, psychological intervention, complex psychotropic medication adjustment)
    • Collaboration with spine physicians and physiatrists from Associates in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
    • Referrals to physical/occupational therapy and recommendations for modalities (including Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation, manual techniques, gait evaluation, etc.)
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