Chronic pain can be frustrating and debilitating. At AZ Pain Doctors, we understand the significant impact that pain can have on your quality of life. Oftentimes, patients are given powerful narcotic medications without a thorough diagnostic evaluation, or any other evidence-based treatments. Our practice philosophy is to first determine a diagnosis for your pain. It is very difficult to effectively treat pain without knowing the actual pain generator.
After the providers at AZ Pain Doctors have determined an appropriate diagnosis, we will then formulate a treatment plan based on our philosophy which prioritizes treatments best supported by evidence in medical literature and best practices.
Currently, medical studies favor a multidisciplinary approach for treating patients suffering from pain. A multidisciplinary approach involves using a combination of modalities such as physical therapy, chiropractic care, medications, and interventional pain management procedures. By using a team approach to your care, we here at AZ Pain Doctors are optimizing the likelihood of successful pain reduction in our patients lives.
Pain Doctor Tristan Pico is fellowship trained in both Interventional Pain Management and Anesthesiology. While the excitement of the operating room was difficult to leave, he found he wanted more personal interaction with his patients. This, paired with his desire to treat pain led him to the field of pain management, which…Read More
Patients will find that Dr. Patrick Hogan’s Peoria/Glendale practice has something to offer everyone because of his multi-disciplinary approach to pain care. AZ Pain Doctors offers comprehensive pain management care including interventional procedures, chiropractic care, acupuncture, medication management…Read More
· Fellowship-Trained Interventional Pain Physician
· Board-Certified in Pain Medicine and Anesthesiology by the American Board of Anesthesiology
Dr. Dallas C. Smith, joined AZ Pain Doctors in 2016 to optimize patient lives. He is passionate about utilizing minimally invasive pain management procedures whenever possible to treat the source of acute and chronic pain.Read More