These Utah pain specialists can help you without surgery or opiates

Jennifer E. Engen

Estimated read time: 3-4 minutes

It’s difficult to fully enjoy life when pain radiates through your body. Maybe it’s a knee that’s been acting up for years. Maybe you’ve been suffering from chronic migraines since you were a teenager. Or maybe you’re dealing with the after-effects of a surgery gone wrong and you’ve lost any and all hope of relief.

Well, this should make you feel better. For almost two decades, Integrated Pain Specialists in Utah has offered drug-free pain relief and treatment to help countless patients finally achieve a higher quality of life — without surgery and without harmful opiates.

And they can help you, too.

Non-surgical, non-opiate solutions for your pain

In theory, a surgical operation should eradicate whatever pain you’ve been feeling in the affected area. But in reality, every operation comes with risk. Many people experience chronic postsurgical pain (CPSP) that causes more trouble than the initial issue. According to an article published on PubMed Central, “CPSP is a common but overlooked complication of surgery which can cause functional limitation and psychological distress to patients.”

Opiates are another cause for concern. Far too many patients have become addicted to these pain-killing narcotics following an operation. Sadly, the consequences can be dire. The National Institute on Drug Abuse estimates that about 50,000 people in the U.S. died from opioid-involved overdoses in 2019.

If you’re one of the millions of Americans living with persistent pain, you should know that these aren’t your only options. Integrated Pain Specialists offers a variety of non-surgical, non-opiate solutions to help you find that long-awaited relief. These include:

  • Chiropractic care
  • Peptide therapy
  • Medical pain management
  • Diagnostic assessment
  • Acupuncture
  • Massage
  • Physical therapy
  • Trigger point injections
  • And so much more

Because every situation and every person is different, the providers at Integrated Pain Specialists thoroughly assess each patient to determine the best course of action. They don’t just stop the pain — they’ll help you get to the root of the issue so you can correct the source of it. Their proven, revolutionary pain reversal techniques will help you get rid of pain and start living again.

“Before coming to Integrated, every move I made caused pain in my upper and mid-back, and also in my neck, which radiated down my right arm like an electrical shock. Although I am still undergoing treatments I can say that I am now about 90% improved,” says patient Scott Hennesy.

“Kudos to the entire staff. From the front desk to the entire chiropractic staff, all are professional and friendly, and very caring. I highly recommend Integrated Pain Specialists for your needs.”

Insurance accepted

Yes, Integrated Pain Specialists takes insurance! Find out more by contacting their office at 801-816-0332.

Schedule a complimentary consultation

When you’ve tried everything to manage your knee pain, back pain, headaches or other chronic discomforts and nothing is working, it’s time for a new approach. Opiates and surgery aren’t your only options. You need someone who specializes in all methods of pain relief and can get you back on the road to full health faster.

To help you determine if Integrated Pain Specialists is a good fit for you, they offer complimentary, no-obligation, one-hour consultations with their providers. With one location in downtown Salt Lake City and another in South Jordan, it’s easy (and painless) to book a free consultation. Simply visit their website to request an appointment and their office will contact you within 24 hours.

Integrated Pain Specialists

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