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Treatment Options for Pain


Pain Management Center

Lahey Outpatient Center, Danvers
480 Maple Street
Danvers, MA 01923

Injection Therapies

Injection therapies can often provide relief. Injected anesthetics (numbing) and anti-inflammatory medication are delivered, via injection, directly to the site's origin of pain.

Botox Therapy

To alleviate chronic daily migraine suffers.

Medication Therapy

Working with your primary care physician, we will review and optimize your pain medication therapy.

Physical and Occupational Therapy

Sometimes it is appropriate for us to refer you for physical and/ or occupational therapy. In addition to improving muscle strength and flexibility, physical and occupational therapies can offer pain-relieving techniques such as balance and gait training, , deep-tissue massage, acupressure, and heat and cold treatments.


This procedure is utilized to stabilize a vertebral body fracture which is causing severe back pain. This procedure offers the potential to restore bone height in the vertebra and reverse deformity of the spine.

Radio Frequency Nerve Ablation (RFNA)

Reduced pain is achieved with the use of an electrical current which heats up a small area of nerve tissue, thereby selectively destroying nerves that carry pain impulses. RFNA provides longer lasting pain relief than traditional nerve blocks.  Our Coolief technology creates a radiofrequency lesion 8 times larger than the standard radiofrequency.

Joint Injections

Joint injections of the shoulder and hip under ultrasound or fluoroscopy guidance are available.

Synvisc Injections

Is for treatment pain in osteoarthritis of the knee, and can provide up to six months of knee pain relief.

Implantable Techniques

Implantable techniques may be appropriate for you if you experience chronic pain related to cancer, failed back surgery or spasticity. These interventions include spinal cord stimulation, tunneled epidural or spinal catheters used for pain medication.

Integrative Therapies

Referrals for Reiki, massage, behavioral counseling, chronic pain support groups, chronic disease management, and medication management may be made after you meet with your pain management specialist.