Three new pain management clinic locations have opened in Colorado. The new locations are in Boulder, Loveland and Greeley. Learn more about Colorado Clinic, services offered, and how it might help after an accident.
Contact Information for the Three New Pain Management Locations
3810 N Grant Avenue
Loveland, CO 80538
Phone: (970) 221-9451
3000 Center Green Drive, Suite 120
Boulder, CO 80301
Phone: (303) 444-4141
2001 70th Avenue, Suite 300
Greeley, CO 80634
Phone: (970) 396-6994
Services Offered by Colorado Clinic: Pain Management
First is regenerative medicine. Healthcare practitioners offer repairs damaged tissue by using:
- growth factors; and
- stem cells.
The clinics treat a variety of conditions, such as knee injuries and rotator cuff tears. Second is pain management. Minimally invasive therapies include joint and epidural injections.
Other services include:
- nerve blocks;
- spinal cord implants; and
- intrathecal pain pump management.
Reasons to Visit a Pain Management Clinic
If you were in an accident a few weeks or months ago, you may need rehabilitation or pain treatment. Colorado Clinic provides treatment by a double board certified pain management doctor. This means board certified in his/her primary specialty and a subspecialty. You should feel free to ask the treating doctor at whichever pain clinic you choose which certifications he/she has received.
Sudden trauma to certain parts of the body is more likely to result in chronic pain such as the neck and back which can happen as a result of:
- nerve damage;
- torn ligaments; and
- other soft tissue injuries.
When pain interrupts someone’s daily life, this type of treatment can sometimes help. Those who can’t work or perform routine tasks might benefit and may be able to get back to work if they can keep their pain under control.
When Injuries from an Accident Result in Long-Term Pain, Contact an Attorney
Of course, pain is just one symptom that patients with an acute injury experience. But it’s many times the reason for disability. It’s important to talk with an attorney to learn about your rights.
First, an attorney can help determine and establish that someone else was at fault for the accident. If so, that individual’s insurance company may have to cover accident-related costs. This could include treatment, such as at a pain management clinic. But a claim might also address other damages sustained such as lost wages, pain and suffering and more.
Finally, secure need legal counsel to assess the losses suffered. Not only expenses incurred, but the physical and/or emotional repercussions of a serious injury. Don’t delay in learning more about the legal options available.
Contact the Law Office of D.J. Banovitz for help with an accident and injury claim in Colorado. Call us at 303-300-5060 or use our online contact form to set up a free initial consultation to review your case and your legal options.