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Injury-Related Pain

Most of us know what it’s like to pull a muscle or “tweak” a joint or limb. But even a minor injury can lead to significant problems if left unaddressed. If you experience a muscle strain or injury-related pain at work, at the gym, or simply around the house, we encourage you to seek professional pain relief. 

Minor aches and pains sometimes resolve on their own. However, sometimes injury-related pain doesn’t always go away without treatment, and taking the “wait and see” approach may lead to more issues like weakness, deconditioning, and increased or even chronic pain. Plus, if you don’t seek treatment, hidden underlying factors contributing to your pain may never be identified and resolved, which increases the risk of a repeat injury.

Don’t take a gamble on your health. If you’ve experienced a muscle strain or injury-related pain, we invite you to schedule an appointment with Integrated Pain Solutions at (614) 383-6450. 

The Side Effects of Untreated Injuries

An untreated muscle strain, ligament sprain, or other types of injury can turn into a long-lasting problem that affects your quality of life and function, such as:

  • Weakness and muscle atrophy
  • Loss of range of motion and mobility
  • Increased scar tissue and adhesions
  • Abnormalities with walking (gait)
  • Chronic pain

Getting early treatment for acute injuries may help prevent long-term consequences.

How We Treat Injury-Related Pain

The treatment plan we’ll develop for you depends on individual factors including your diagnosis, whether there are any contributing factors, and your level of pain. We may use injury and pain management techniques like anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving medications, elevation and compression, cold and heat therapy, physical therapy, and in some cases, injections.

Do You Need Treatment for Your Injury?
Schedule Your Consultation

We proudly work with people of all ages – from competitive youth athletes to active seniors – and are determined to help you find relief. Complete the form below, or call today to schedule your consultation: (614) 383-6450.