Infusion Therapy in Thornton & Aurora

Infusion therapy is used for difficult-to-treat chronic pain and certain other conditions. Chronic pain is not like acute pain; it is not a “protective” mechanism to signal the brain that there is an injury or disease. With chronic pain, the nerves continue to signal the brain even though the initial injury or disease has healed. As a result, it can cause structural changes within the brain, cause anxiety or depression, and even lead to cognitive problems and difficulty concentrating or thinking clearly.

More than a third of Americans experience chronic pain to one degree or another. When the pain becomes unbearable, and for those who wish to avoid ongoing medication regimens or risk of opioid addiction, a single infusion or a series of infusion therapies from Prism Pain Management might be the answer. 

To schedule or learn more about infusion therapy at Prism Pain Management‘s clinics in Thornton and Aurora, please call (720) 307-7246.

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What is infusion therapy used for?

As well as chronic pain, infusion therapy is increasingly being used to treat mood disorders, such as treatment-resistant depression, anxiety disorders and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

Prism Pain Management offers infusion therapies for neuropathic pain (nerve pain), major depression, anxiety, and PTSD symptoms. The pain relief from these infusions may last up to three months.

Consensus guidelines from the American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine, the American Academy of Pain Medicine and the American Society of Anesthesiologists support various forms of infusion therapy for chronic pain management. There is a risk of side effects, and precautions are taken to ensure the safety of patients undergoing infusion therapy.

Contact Prism Pain Management Healthcare

Prism Pain Management offers pain treatments for more than 50 chronic pain conditions. We have a suite of treatments performed by board-certified doctors. Call us today at (720) 307-7246 to receive a phone consultation to find out which treatment may be best for you.

Please call 720-307-7246 today for a phone consultation.

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