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Pain & Injury Management

Relief is Closer Than You Think

There are many different forms of pain, which is why every situation is unique and requires a customized treatment program. Our team of primary care providers, pain & injury providers, physical therapists, and chiropractors work together to create a Recovery Game Plan™ tailored to your needs.

  • Acute Pain and Injury. Pain that has a known cause and occurs for a limited time and quickly responds to treatment.
  • Chronic Pain. Pain that occurs for more than one month after healing from an injury, which occurs repeatedly over months, or is due to a lesion that is not expected to heal.
  • Pain Due to Nerve Injury. Pain caused by an injury or other problem in the nervous system.
  • Palliative Pain. Progressive, chronic pain which requires ongoing care that focuses on control of the physical symptoms and focused care on improving quality of life.

At Arrowhead Health Centers, we understand pain, and we are dedicated to providing a multi-specialty treatment plan that is right for you and your recovery. Our trusted providers will help you through your recovery.

OsteoArthritis of the Knee Program™

The most advanced OsteoArthritis treatment in Phoenix uses an innovative program to reduce or eliminate knee pain fast. You don’t have to live with the pain.

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Peripheral Neuropathy Program:

Have you been told nothing can be done for the irritating numbness, burning, and pain in your legs and feet? Don’t take “no” for an answer! Learn about an innovative treatment that could relieve your symptoms. Finally, a proven solution for peripheral neuropathy.

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Sports Injury and Rehabilitation

Sports Medicine is the diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation of sports, exercise, and recreational-related injuries, as well as athletic performance enhancement and injury prevention.  Over 95% of sports medicine injuries are non-surgical and can be diagnosed and treated by a primary care physician.

Fellowship trained sports medicine physicians receive additional education beyond residency and are an excellent resource for common or complex sports and activity-related injury, illness, or other performance challenges.  They also commonly provide care to university, amateur, and professional athletes, teams, and clubs.

If injuries or illnesses remain undiagnosed, untreated, or unrehabilitated, negative consequences can result, including: deformity, muscle imbalances, arthritis, chronic pain, insomnia, depression, anxiety, poor performance, and increased risk of new injury or re-injury.

But don’t worry: if you have a sports or activity-related injury or would like to prevent injuries from occurring our helpful and friendly providers are here to help you.  Problems that may benefit from seeing a sports medicine trained physician include:

  • Muscle injuries
  • Muscle imbalances
  • Joint injuries
  • Knee pain
  • Hip pain
  • Back pain
  • Neck pain
  • Shoulder pain
  • Rotator cuff injuries
  • Elbow pain
  • Wrist and hand pain
  • Foot and ankle pain
  • Asthma
  • Hypertension
  • Fatigue
  • Gait abnormalities
  • Poor exercise/sports performance
  • Simple fractures
  • Poor nutrition
  • Performance enhancement
  • Over or under weight
  • Concussion