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Pain Management 

Focused on giving you relief from all your symptoms. 

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Pain Management

 Our specialists at Tanner Pain Management are anesthesiologists trained in lasting symptom relief.

The types of pain

Everyone experiences pain differently. Some people tolerate it better than others, and the treatment that works for you may not work for someone else.

Chronic pain can last for weeks or months. Pain may be dull or stabbing, come and go or constant. Long-lasting pain can affect your mood, your mental health and your relationships with others.

Innovative solutions to chronic pain

Chronic pain is a complex medical problem. Our pain management specialists partner with you, working with referring physicians to develop a comprehensive approach to addressing pain.

Severe, persistent pain can result from cancer or cancer treatment, as well as trauma or treatment for other conditions. We specialize in therapies and lifestyle changes that can relieve chronic or severe pain, including:

  • Spinal and epidural injections
  • Facet blocks
  • Selective nerve root blocks
  • Radio frequency ablation
  • Trigger point injections
  • Spinal cord stimulation
  • Medication evaluation and recommendation
  • Physical therapy referrals

An integrated approach to pain

Tanner Pain Management works closely with your physician to address the source of your pain. A physician referral is necessary to schedule an appointment with Tanner Pain Management. 

With Tanner Pain Management, you also have access to seamless referrals for diagnostic imaging, physical therapy, behavioral health services, consultations with other specialists and more.

Start living without pain

A physician referral is necessary to begin treatment at Tanner Pain Management. If you’re living with persistent, chronic pain, speak to your primary care provider for a referral. 

If you have a physician referral, call 770-812-5720 to schedule an appointment. You can download new patient forms before your first appointment.




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