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Southeast Pain Care currently operates a network of pain management clinics serving more than 45,000 patients each year throughout North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia.
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Southeast Pain Care recently conducted several pain management interviews on the popular Union radio station, Wixie 1190 AM. The station conducts a healthcare segment once a month...
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At Southeast Pain Care, we focus on interventional pain procedures and supporting medications to control and relieve the pain of our patients. Many conditions are easily treated with conservative therapies, such as medication and nerve blocks. For the most complex cases, our pain management clinics also have the expertise and experience to offer some of the most advanced pain management techniques available. In some cases seeing a pain management specialist first can even prevent the need for surgery.Click here to read more about our services
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Dr. Hoppenfeld discusses back pain and the medical advances that can help you with your pain.Click here to watch the interview with Dr. Hoppenfeld or other SEPC videos
Southeast Anesthesiology Consultants founded Southeast Pain Care in 1997. Southeast Pain Care has grown rapidly, currently operating a network of 12 pain management clinics serving more than 45,000 patients each year throughout the region. Our pain management doctors are all board certified or board eligible in pain management and are also fellowship trained in pain management. We work closely with your personal physician to determine a proper pain treatment program. Southeast Pain Care focuses on two types of pain: new and chronic pain. Acute pain management is designed for active adults who have new pain symptoms and need the help of a specialist. In some cases, pain control is not just a matter of comfort but is also a matter of medical safety that can contribute to the healing process. Chronic pain is a complex condition that refers to pain that has lasted longer than expected for a disease or injury. It is frequently severe enough to limit a person’s activity and make it difficult to function at work or at home. At Southeast Pain Care, we focus on interventional pain procedures and supporting medications to control and relieve the pain of our patients. Many conditions are easily treated at the pain management clinic with conservative therapies, such as medication and nerve blocks. For the most complex cases, our pain management clinics also have the expertise and experience to offer some of the most advanced pain management techniques available. Southeast Pain Care’s pain management doctors offer a multi-disciplinary approach to pain management. We believe it is vital to work closely with you to determine the proper treatment program. Our years of experience help us listen to each patient’s particular situation and make an individual treatment plan that meets your needs. Types of pain we treat include but are not limited to:
Our overall approach to pain management can be viewed as a four-pronged approach that may include one or more of the following components: