Getting A Nerve Block? Here’s What You Need To Know.

Nerve Block

Many patients suffer with severe, chronic pain and nerve blocks can be an integral part of their treatment. A Nerve Block is a procedure in which an anesthetic agent is injected directly near a nerve to block pain. A local anesthetic or steroid injected directly to the area of the affected nerve can help with… Read more »


Acupuncture for Chronic Pain

Acupuncture for Chronic Pain

Most people have heard of using Acupuncture as a way to relief Chronic Pain. However, most people have never tried acupuncture, primarily due to this one, simple question: “Does it work?” It’s a fair question, especially if you live in the ‘western world’ since acupuncture, some believe, derived from the eastern world, specifically China, approximately… Read more »


Living with Chronic Pain & Your Treatment Options

Living With Chronic Pain and Your Treatment Options

A Presentation by: John Birgiolas, MD Join us on July 9, 2019, as John Birgiolas, MD of Michigan Pain Consultants will be speaking on the importance of an individualized comprehensive pain management program for the treatment of chronic pain. Dr. Birgiolas is a board certified pain management specialist, and will be discussing the most common… Read more »


What is Hormone Replacement Therapy?

Hormone Replacement Therapy

For Women and Men Hormone replacement therapy is typically used to help balance estrogen and progesterone in women around the time of menopause. Women typically begin to experience a decline in hormone function during perimenopause and into menopause. But guys, hormone imbalances are not just a problem among women, which also means hormone replacement therapy… Read more »


Use As Directed

Prescription Medication

Pain Relief Medicine Pain, whether acute or chronic, is often treated with pain relief medicine. Some of these pain medicines are over-the-counter (OTC) while others are prescribed by a medical professional. No matter the type of pain reliever, each is regulated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). And each come with their own warning… Read more »