Pain Management Center: 201-894-3595
Since opening in 1994, the Pain Management and Wellness Center (PMWC) has improved the quality of life for many patients with acute and chronic disabling pain.
Pain is one of the most common reasons people consult a physician, yet it is often inadequately treated. The goals of the PMWC are to optimize pain control, enhance functional abilities and physical and psychological well-being, and improve the quality of the patient’s life.
(Pictured left: Jeff Gudin, MD, Director of The Pain Management and Wellness Center with Cynthia Knorr-Mulder, Pain Management Nurse Practitioner.)
The PMWC diagnoses and treats a broad range of problems, including pain associated with:
Neuropathy (disorders of the nervous system)
Spinal cord injury
In addition to prescribing and rearranging medications to relieve pain and avoid drug abuse, these methods include:
Interruption of pain pathways
Spinal cord stimulation
Trigger point injections