Pain Management

If you suffer from chronic pain, you’re far from alone. In fact, it's estimated that 85 percent of us will experience some degree of chronic pain in our lifetime.

Pain isn’t something that’s just “all in your head.” It’s a very real health issue we take seriously at Holland Hospital Pain Management. Our fellowship-trained pain management specialist can help you or someone you love realize a healthier, higher quality of life.

Holland Hospital Pain Management offers non-surgical pain management solutions designed to benefit a wide range of conditions, including back and neck pain, shoulder pain, muscle pain, headaches and arthritis. Many of these conditions respond well to simple muscle, joint or bursa injections. Other procedures that require more advanced image guidance are also performed at Holland Hospital’s outpatient Surgery Center.

Because our pain management specialist is board certified in physical medicine and rehabilitation, and has received fellowship training in pain medicine, you can rest assured your injection or other treatment techniques are delivered with the utmost precision and safety.

Some of our comprehensive pain management services include:

  • Facet and nerve blocks of the neck and low back
  • Cervical and lumbar epidurals
  • Sacroiliac, knee, hip and shoulder
  • Trigger-point injections
  • Medication management
  • Occipital nerve blocks for headaches
  • Access to physical therapy, rehabilitation and behavioral counseling (as needed)

Appointment Referrals & Insurance

A referral from your primary care provider is usually needed to receive pain management services. Health coverage for pain management services varies. It is best to ask your insurance company which pain management therapies are covered under your plan and if a referral from your primary caregiver or pre-authorization from the insurance company is required before you see a specialist.

To Learn More

For appointments, please call during office hours. You may also request appointments, send messages and request medication refills through the Patient Portal. If you do not currently have access to the Patient Portal, you may request access by calling during our office hours.