There are many reasons to choose Comprehensive Pain Management Specialists for your treatment. We have convenient locations throughout the Akron area including Fairlawn, Green, Wadsworth, and Kent and our physicians specialize in the use of interventional procedures such as steroid injections, nerve blocks, implantable devices, and the use of opioid and non-opioid pain medications. We treat many types of acute and chronic pain for example, neck and back pain, fibromyalgia, arthritic pain, leg pain, CRPS, pain from shingles, chronic migraines, and many others. The primary goal of our physicians is to return you to your best level of performance and to allow you to regain control of your life. Our treatment program will require you to actively participate in your treatment and follow your physician’s treatment plan and recommendations. The physicians and staff are committed to helping our patients achieve their goals. We ask you for your patience and commitment to our program to achieve the best control of your pain.
Learn more about this radiation alternative treatment for breast cancer. The Contura device is part of a new class of treatment options designed to reduce the total amount of time spent undergoing radiation therapy, offering a five-day care plan as opposed to the traditional six weeks, returning patients to everyday living as soon as possible.
The words "you have a hole in your heart," can be devastating to hear. A million thoughts run through your mind, and it's hard to slow them down enough to concentrate on just one. If you can pick any thought out, though, it needs to be that there are treatment options available in the form of the Amplatzer Septal Occluder.
The Coherex FlatStent PFO Closure System was first used on a human patient in October of 2007 in Frankfurt, Germany. The procedure was done under the direction of Interventional Cardiologist Professor Horst Sievert, M.D. The Ceherex FlatStent was used to close a heart defect commonly referred to as PFO.
Recent developments in women's heath have brought about the introduction of the PROLIFT procedure to improve damage done to the female pelvic wall. Used as a method for correcting pelvic prolapse, the procedure is having excellent results for the majority of women choosing PROLIFT over more invasive surgeries.