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For Our New Patients

Welcome to OC Pain Management! We’re thrilled you’re here, and we’re honored you’ve trusted us to assist in your pain management journey. The healthcare professionals at OC Pain Management are dedicated to crafting tailor-made, integrative treatment plans to address the unique situations and symptoms of every individual who walks through our doors. We take the responsibility of pain management very seriously, and we’re confident that together, we can find a sustainable, comprehensive, and lasting solution.

Insurance Accepted

We accept most insurance plans, including Medicare and Personal Injury Leads.

Office Hours

We are open Monday through Friday from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.

Payment Options

Co-pay or deductible is due at appointment.

Before Your First Appointment

Click on the right on the left to fill out the New Patient Packet. Please fill the packet out BEFORE your appointment. If you prefer, please contact our office and we will be glad to mail you a copy of the packet. Otherwise, please arrive 45 minutes before your scheduled appointment to fill the packet out at our office. Thank you for helping us stay on schedule!

New patients without completed packets will be rescheduled.

Before Your First Appointment

Click on the right on the left to fill out the New Patient Packet. Please fill the packet out BEFORE your appointment. If you prefer, please contact our office and we will be glad to mail you a copy of the packet. Otherwise, please arrive 45 minutes before your scheduled appointment to fill the packet out at our office. Thank you for helping us stay on schedule!

New patients without completed packets will be rescheduled.

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Common Pain Conditions Explained

From whiplash to shoulder-belt-related injuries to the shoulder and collarbone, a car accident can cause serious pain throughout the body and these can persist for several years if not treated immediately. Let us help you navigate the healing process after your car accident, starting with a complete physical evaluation. We incorporate various holistic treatments including Physiotherapy, Injections, Acupuncture, Chiropractic Medicine and Medications as needed.
You love getting out of the house and playing hard, but sometimes this can lead to injuries ranging from muscle strain to tendon separation or even broken bones. To help you recover quickly and get back on the playing field our team of pain management professionals recommends a comprehensive range of available treatments, including Acupuncture, Hot Cupping, Chiropractic, Massage and Physiotherapy.
Now and again everyone strains or pulls a muscle. It can happen playing tennis or even walking your dog in the evening. Other strains may be caused by continual repetition of movement during the course of your daily routine or just doing your job. To help you overcome this condition, we offer a variety of treatment options, including: Physiotherapy, Acupuncture and Massage.
Many people don’t realize that Arthritis is the leading cause of pain and disability worldwide. This disease can cause extreme pain in the joints, chronic fatigue and loss of muscle strength. To ease the pain of this condition, we combine a variety of remedies which include: Medications, Physiotherapy, Nutritional Guidance and Acupuncture.
Chronic Regional Pain Syndrome is a chronic pain condition that most commonly affects one of the limbs (arms, legs, hands or feet) usually after an injury or trauma. The condition is caused by damage to, or dysfunction of, the peripheral and central nervous systems. CRPS manifests in prolonged or excessive pain and mild or dramatic changes in skin color, temperature, and/or swelling in the affected area. At our office, our goal is to decrease pain level and increase functionality. There are a number of treatment options we provide, including spinal nerve blocks, steroid injections, medications, physical therapy, spinal cord stimulation, and nutritional consultation. This condition is limiting both physically and mentally and we take both into consideration while treating the patient.
Fibromyalgia is a common health problem that causes widespread pain and tenderness. The pain and tenderness can come and go and affects different parts of the body. In conjunction with your Rheumatologist, we can provide pain management for this condition through anti-inflammatory diets, medications, injections, and physical therapy.
Osteoarthritis is a common joint disease that most often affects middle-age to elderly people. It is characterized by the breakdown of the cartilage, bony changes of the joints, deterioration of tendons and ligaments, and various degrees of inflammation of the joint lining. OA typically occurs in the hand joints, spine, hips, knee, and big toes. Our treatment goal is to reduce pain and improve function through a multi-faceted approach, including an anti-inflammatory diet, medications, joint injections (steroid or Hyaluronic Acid), and physical therapy.
Rheumatoid Arthritis is the most common type of autoimmune arthritis that causes chronic inflammation of the joints and other areas of the body. It is triggered by a dysfunctional immune system (the body’s main defense system) and can affect the wrists, small joints of the hands, feet, and knees. Although we do not diagnose RA at our office, we can help you as a patient manage your pain from this disease in a holistic manner. We consider the physical and mental aspects of this condition and provided treatment options such as physical/occupational therapy, medications, injections, or nutritional consultations.

Treatment Options Explained

Spinal cord stimulation is a procedure that delivers low-level electrical signals to the spinal cord or to specific nerves to block pain signals from reaching the brain. This type of electrical nerve stimulation sends electrical pulses to the nerves or spinal cord to interrupt nerve impulses that produce pain. Spinal cord stimulation can be utilized to improve back pain, complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS), nerve pain, and inflammation of the brain and spinal cord. The nerve stimulation process begins with a temporary electrode that is inserted into the skin. The electrode is connected to a stimulator the patient can turn on and off. The stimulator is also implanted under the skin and connected to nerves or inserted into the spinal cord.
Botox injections are a minimally invasive treatment option for patients suffering from migraine headaches, spasticity, myofascial pain, back pain, neck pain, or neuropathy. Derived from the botulinum toxin, Botox is a purified protein that helps relax overactive and painful muscles. While this injection procedure is most commonly known for its effect on wrinkles, it is also a highly effective pain therapy that can provide three to four months of pain relief.
Prolotherapy is a complementary treatment for muscle and joint pain. The treatment involves repeated injections of an irritant solution into part of a joint — the joint’s interior, for example, or a supporting tendon or ligament. The irritant, usually a sugar solution, acts not as a nutrient, but instead stimulates the body’s natural ability to repair these tissues, encouraging growth of new ligament or tendon fibers and ultimately leading to reduced pain.
Acupuncture is proven treatment for chronic pain symptoms including, but not limited to, back or neck pain, shoulder pain, chronic headache or osteoarthritis. It can also be extremely beneficial for promoting a healthy immune system. It can help reduce both physical stress and mental stress, which leads to overall improved pain management. We are learning that pain, both chronic and acute, requires a multidisciplinary approach in which acupuncture proves helpful. Your treatments would include a comprehensive approach that combines eastern and western medicine including body acupuncture, Tui Na, Acupressure, heat treatments, cupping, Qi Gong, and herbal supplementation. Treatments would primarily start on a weekly basis, until the results are seen and then as directed by a trained acupuncturist.
Chronic pain affects every aspect of your life, including your mental health. Sometimes patients are so focused on alleviating their physical aches that they neglect to address the psychological effects of their chronic pain.

Ignoring the toll chronic pain has on the mind can be a major mistake. Your mental state can exacerbate your physical pain, making it even more difficult to manage.

One of the most successful treatment models for comorbid pain and mental health disorders is a program based on the biopsychosocial model, which takes into account physical, mental health, and social issues. There is a great deal of evidence showing the effectiveness of this treatment model for musculoskeletal pain, temporomandibular disorder (TMD), headaches, and widespread pain and fibromyalgia.
We believe the body has the potential to heal itself when given the support it needs. This is why we look at nutrition patterns to target pain in a comprehensive way. Our on-staff nutritionist can recommend dietary changes and a variety of natural supplements to support your recovery.
Physiotherapy refers to rehabilitation, injury prevention and the promotion of health and fitness. The treatments focus holistically on how to treat chronic pain. Examples of treatments can include manual manipulation, electrical nerve stimulation, teaching of home exercises, functional testing, and the application of assistive, adaptive, and supportive equipment. It can be used to treat chronic pain, musculoskeletal issues, orthopedic issues, neurological conditions, and for maintenance of general health. Whether dealing with chronic pain or focusing on your general well-being, physiotherapy is an important part of health and wellness.
Vitamin supplementation is an important component of health and wellness. By running comprehensive labs and performing an examination, your provider can recommend the best combination of vitamins and minerals exclusively for you. The treatments can be done through the IV route, injectionables, or oral supplementation. Chronic pain puts different stressors on your body that deplete certain vitamins which can be monitored and maintained by supplementation. With low vitamins, your energy can be depleted and your overall immune system does not function as it should. For instance, it is common for people with chronic pain to be low in Vitamin B12. This can be given through supplementation and improve energy levels and overall well-being, as well as reducing pain.

Frequently Asked Questions

Absolutely! We offer a variety of different treatments ranging from injections and vitamin infusions to acupuncture and physiotherapy.
Yes, we offer competitive cash pricing and payment plans.
Please call, text, or email our office to schedule an appointment and we will schedule you as soon as possible.
Our office is open from 9 AM to 5 PM on Monday through Friday, and Saturdays by appointment.
We accept most major health plans, including Medicare, PPOs, Workers’ Compensation, personal injury, and regional HMO medical groups.