Our Medical Community
We understand the importance of working hand-in-hand with the medical community and our referring physicians to ensure that your patients receive the best care available. We are dedicated to serving both you and your patients.
With more than 20 years of interventional pain management experience, Colorado Pain Specialists can determine the correct diagnosis, institute appropriate treatment and get your patients back into life again.
As a resource to our valued referring physicians, the following section provides clinical and technical information on our latest treatment options as well as a listing of our physicians’ upcoming conferences and additional clinical resources.
As a resource for physicians, we provide detailed clinical information and resources pertaining to interventional pain management.
The ASIPP 2005 Guidelines include the evaluation of evidence for diagnostic and therapeutic procedures in managing chronic spinal pain and recommendations for managing spinal pain.
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Neuromodulation, mediated by invasive electric stimulation, has been shown to be effective when applied to patients with refractory and intractable neuropathic pain. Recent advances in neurostimulation have broadened the therapeutic uses of this therapy, with the placement of extraspinal electrodes for peripheral nerve stimulation.
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Patients with persistent neck, shoulder, upper thoracic, and upper extremity pain, frequently pose a diagnostic challenge. We have demonstrated a safe, documentable and consistent technique to produce a specific block of the brachial plexus. | Read More | View PDF
Our team of expert physicians are on the forefront of advanced interventional pain management, treatment and education. Our physicians present regularly at lectures and symposiums and participate in clinical studies. We welcome requests to do educational sessions both for the medical community and the general public.
If you are interested in any of our physicians lectures, please contact Colorado Pain Specialists at 303-268-4040 or toll-free at 866-356-4040.
Patients may be referred for consultation, evaluation and treatment. To make this process a smooth transition for you and the patient, we request the following information, via fax at 303-736-4147.
- A written referral stating what you are referring your patient for.
- All medical records pertaining to the pain problem including physicians’ note, X-rays, MRI’s, CT’s, blood work, etc.
- Patient demographics and insurance information and copy of insurance card if available.
Once we receive this information, we will contact the patient for scheduling and to verify insurance coverage.
- www.neuromodulation.org(North American Neuromodulation Society)
- www.aapm.org(American Academy of Pain Management)
- www.asipp.org(American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians)
- www.ans-medical.com(Advanced Neuromodulation Systems)