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When You’ve Been to the Doctor, But Your Pain Remains … 3 Good Reasons to Get a Second Opinion

Published: Monday, Aug. 25, 2014 8:31 a.m. CDT • Updated: Monday, Aug. 25, 2014 8:42 a.m. CDT
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Stubborn pain syndromes can be some of the most frustrating to endure for, both those who are suffering, their families and friends. Difficult chronic pain can cause repeated loss of work, absence from important family events and difficulty with activities of daily living, preventing you or your loved ones from living a vital lifestyle.  

They’re particularly frustrating after you’ve seen your primary care physician, been referred for routine therapies and your pain still isn’t resolved.  As many as 35 million adults in the US suffer unresolved chronic pain, but don’t let statistics discourage you.  

Many long-term pain sufferers are finding pain management strategies that finally do work even after routine therapies and specialists have failed, and they’re living healthy lifestyles as a result.  

Here’s why unresolved pain after medical treatment could be well worth a second opinion.

New therapies and technologies are innovated for pain management every year

Multi-disciplinary strategies are resolving pain where previous therapies have failed

Previous medical treatment may not have determined the origins of chronic pain

CAPS PainCare has often found solutions that work, even after routine therapies and specialist referrals haven’t because of our unique approach to pain management.  Request a referral from your primary care physician to get a 2nd opinion on pain that still hasn’t been resolved.  Your doctor is welcome to speak directly with our advanced pain specialist, Dr. Tony Chami , to learn why our approach succeeds where others have not – 888-310-4259.

CAPS PainCare is a JHACO accredited pain center where compassion is our hallmark and you’ll receive expertise you can trust.  We take time to really listen to every patient’s story and tailor treatment to address the underlying causes of the pain - not just mask its symptoms.  At CAPS PainCare, you’ll receive a full evaluation of behavioral and psychosocial dynamics along with your physical examination.

Tony Chami, MD, is a Board Certified Pain Management Specialist.   He is a diplomate of the American Board of Pain Medicine, the American Board of Anesthesiology and the American Academy of Pain Management.   He is an educator in his field, speaking to both lay and professional audiences locally and internationally.

CAPS PainCare  888-CAPS-313 located at 700 East Ogden Avenue #111 Westmont, IL 60559

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