Managing Pain: What to Expect

Thorough Exam, Best Options

As a patient at the Winchester Hospital Pain Management Center, you can expect we will take a detailed history and do a physical examination on your first visit. Your pain specialist will then discuss therapeutic options and, if required, further diagnostic tests.

A full report is sent to your primary care and referring physician. An appointment for injection-based therapies or follow up is made after your first visit.

Our Strengths

Our dedicated team of pain management professionals draws on years of experience treating patients with chronic pain. Our skilled and compassionate team is led by physicians who are board certified in anesthesia with special certification in pain management by the American Board of Anesthesiology.

Our practice is fully staffed with several skilled professionals Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. We work to ensure that our patients can get into the center quickly and easily, without long waits for appointments.

Proven Results

Our team works with your primary care physician to develop the best treatment plan for your needs. Our pain specialists provide detailed consultation notes to your referring physician within 48 hours, involving him or her in every step of your treatment plan and progress. 

Our diagnostic therapeutic interventions are developed using evidenced-based medicine and have proven results for people who are suffering from chronic pain.

Rehabilitation Services

Winchester Hospital offers a variety of rehabilitation services – including cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation as well as physical, occupational and speech therapy – to help you get back to your normal routine.

Integrative Therapies

To complement our excellent medical and surgical services, Winchester Hospital offers alternative therapies, including acupuncture, hypnotherapy, massage therapy, yoga and more.