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Our friends over at Birmingham Medical News featured another article in their blog written by our physician, Matthew Smith:

http://birminghammedicalnews.blogspot.com/2016/05/severe-pain-hurts-lot.html

In this post, Dr Smith discuses some details of various causes of pain and then dives into the Comprehensive Pain care that Alabama Pain Physicians use as our standard in treating patients.

For more information on pain management and our Alabama Pain Physicians’ comprehensive treatments, visit Bamapain.com or call (205) 332-3160
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This past Monday, Dr. Austin made an appearance on the mid-day block at NBC 13 to discuss Back Pain and Pain management.

For more information about the treatments and services offered at Alabama Pain Physicians, visit Bamapain.com or call us at 205-332-3160.

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Find yourself struggling with headaches? First check out this resource to identify the types of headaches you may be experiencing, after all not all heads ache the same.

For more information on our Clinics and Services Visit bamapain.com or call 205-332-3160.

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What causes you pain? We want to hear more about you and also try to answer some of your Pain management questions. We're opening up to help find the answers to your questions. Your question could be one we'll feature in our next post!

Feel free to message us on Facebook, Comment below or send us a message through our website, bamapain.com.

Already a patient? We also encourage you to use the Patient portal to ask our staff questions about your treatment plans in more detail!

For more information about Pain Management and Alabama Pain Physicians, call (205) 332-3160
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Birmingham Medical News recently featured an article in their Blog written by our physician Matthew Smith.

Pandaemonium and The Glucose and Gonadotropin Mystery

Read about how Metabolic Syndrome can link to many of our internal systems and how a problem with one part of this chain can cause a break down in healing, diabetes, anxiety, and pain.

http://birminghammedicalnews.blogspot.com/2016/02/pandaemonium-and-glucose-and.html

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Dr. Austin graduated from Louisiana Tech University with a Bachelor of Science prior to attending medical school at LSU Health Sciences Center. Upon completing an internship at Baptist Health Systems, he began residency training at the University of Alabama at Birmingham in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Following residency, Dr. Austin pursued additional training in an Interventional Pain Management Fellowship under the direction of Richard M. Rosenthal, who is a pioneer in the use of Pulsed Radiofrequency in pain management.

Dr. Austin's ultimate goal is to improve function and quality of life while reducing pain. He strives to establish an accurate diagnosis and incorporates cutting edge, minimally invasive procedures for targeted pain relief treatment. Dr. Austin performs pain relief management procedures primarily in the spine but also in peripheral nerves, joints, and soft tissues. By incorporating radiofrequency technology, he is able to provide a longer duration of pain relief than many of the other treatments currently available. He also understands the complex multifactorial components that are involved in chronic pain and uses a comprehensive approach to treat the whole patient.

For more, visit bamapain.com or call us at 205-332-3160 to set up an appointment with Dr Austin or any of our other providers at Alabama Pain Physicians.

Dr Chad Austin practices at our Vestavia and Princeton Clinics.

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Meet Our Providers: Dr. Adam Farris

Dr. Farris' interest in pain management started in medical school, but it was really in his residency that he was able to see the profound impact that sound interventional techniques and procedures can have on a person's quality of life.

During his time in residency and fellowship, Dr. Farris had the opportunity to work with a variety of patients suffering from both acute and chronic pain, including postoperative pain, back pain, neck pain, chronic regional pain syndrome, and neuropathic issues. Throughout training, a resounding belief that has stuck with him is that of multimodal therapy for chronic pain. Medications, interventions, physical therapy, pain psychology, and adjuvant therapies all play an integrative role in improving a patient's pain control, functionality, and overall mental and physical health.

For more, visit bamapain.com or call us at 205-332-3160 to set up an appointment with Dr. Farris or any of our other providers at Alabama Pain Physicians.

Adam Farris practices at our Bessemer and Princeton Clinics.

For more, visit bamapain.com
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New in February! Alabama Pain Physicians will be opening up doors to a new clinic on the campus of Princeton Baptist Medical Center.

The new clinic will be located at 817 Princeton Ave POB II, Suite 304, Birmingham, AL 35211.

For more questions, visit bamapain.com/princeton or call 205-332-3160.
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The Opiate Escalation Trap: Why some patients fail opiate pain management – Written By : Ty Thomas, MD

Featured on Birmingham Medical News​'s Blog

http://birminghammedicalnews.blogspot.com/2015/08/the-opiate-escalation-trap-why-some.html
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