What to Expect
The Pain Management Center was established to provide relief for those who suffer from chronic and acute pain. We provide our patients individualized treatment and the most advanced services available.
The primary goals of treatment include:
- Decreasing pain
- Increasing mobility
- Diminishing dependency on pain medication
- Decreasing medical complications of pain
- Decreasing length of hospital stays and frequency of visits
- Allowing patients to be involved in their own pain management
Acceptance into the Program
Referrals are accepted from all practitioners of medicine and allied health specialists. The patient is treated as an outpatient or inpatient, depending on their needs. All efforts will be made to maintain the patient’s relationship with their primary practitioner. The referring practitioner will be included in all aspects of patient care by written or verbal communication. This coordination ensures the patient’s return to a productive lifestyle
Our primary office is located on the Washington University School of Medicine Campus. We are on the 10th floor of the Center for Advanced Medicine. This office is affiliated with Barnes-Jewish Hospital.
We also have a suburban office which is located in Creve Coeur, at Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital. This office is affiliated with Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital.
CAM Offices have merged and moved!
The Pain Management Center moved to the 14th floor of the Center for Advanced Medicine in mid June 2013. The former offices in 2200 Steinberg (the Satellite) and on the 10th floor of the CAM are now closed. The number is unchanged: 314-362-8820. Suite 14-C.
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