Advanced Practice Pain Management Blog

Chronic pain is the number one cause of disability, affecting 50 million people in the United States alone.

Sometimes called the “invisible disability,” chronic pain is poorly addressed in medical education even though 1 in 5 American adults are affected by it, and it’s one of the leading reasons people seek medical care.

The Disease of Chronic pain

Acute pain is your body’s way of communicating with you that something is wrong, and pain from an injury or surgery will dissipate once your body has had time to heal.

Chronic pain, which can continue for years, occurs when your body continues to send pain signals to the brain when there is no overt cause.

This pain can greatly impact your mobility, career path, daily activities, family relationships, and mental and physical health.

84% of chronic pain patients are unable to work consistently outside of their homes, and prescription opioids continue to be a common treatment method for those in pain despite causing 17,000 overdose deaths annually.

Your Pain Center in Henderson

Advanced Practice Pain Management opened in 2021 as a response to the rising opioid crisis and Henderson’s long-standing need for a pain management center.

Founder Dwight Hall, CRNA, NSPM-C, has been delivering anesthesia to the community for over 25 years and is currently one of fewer than one hundred Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists nationally board certified in Nonsurgical Pain Management (NSPM-C) in the United States.

You can trust Advanced Practice Pain Management as your pain center in Henderson for the treatment of chronic back and neck pain, joint pain, chronic headaches, nerve pain, and a variety of syndromes that disrupt the quality of life.

Our services include injections, nerve blocks, medication management, and integrative service referrals.

Let Us Help You Get Your Life Back

The goal of Advanced Practice Pain Management is to help you get back to doing the things you need and want to do without the disruption of chronic pain.

Unfortunately, there is no single cure for chronic pain and completely eliminating your pain is rarely possible, but focusing on improving function and activity will allow you to reduce your symptoms and focus on living your life.

Our pain center will help you manage your pain through a customized treatment plan tailored to meet your specific needs and goals.

Contact us today to learn more about how the Advanced Practice Pain Management center in Henderson can help you get your life back.