Center for Treatment of Post-operative Pain
Our patients are able to substantially reduce the amount of addicting medications that are normally required around the time of surgery because the pain management solutions that we provide are so effective.
We strive to help our Seattle pain relief patients feel better quickly with our non-opiate pain relief protocols.
REGENERATIVE MEDICINE & KETAMINE INFUSIONS IN SEATTLE
Zachary Fisk MD, specializes in regenerative medicine for chronic pain in the region of the major joints (hip, knee, ankle, foot, hand, wrist, elbow, and shoulder) using PRP and growth factors.
We also provide ketamine infusions - we are proud to be one of the most relaxing, beautiful ketamine clinics in the country. Unlike most ketamine clinics, we use a comprehensive approach for pain management and depression treatment, and our protocols extend beyond ketamine.
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Chronic Pain Management
Dr. Christina Julian's areas of professional interest include Spinal Cord Stimulation and Regenerative Medicine including Stem Cell and Platelet Rich Plasma modalities.
Our Mission is to offer the most safe, effective and scientifically proven acute and chronic pain solutions available. Our hope with the pain management strategies we offer is to provide a means for a patient to overcome their pain while devising a way to achieve an improved quality of life of their own making, while trying to minimize the risk of becoming addicted to pain medications.
Our methods of pain control are well suited towards patients who:
- have recently undergone, or who will undergo surgery
- who are recovering from painful sports or traumatic injuries
- suffer from conditions in the region of the major joints (hip, knee, ankle, foot, hand, wrist, elbow, and shoulder)
- suffer from chronic pain arising from spine, neck or head
- suffer from pain syndromes such as arthritis, neuropathy, CRPS, fibromyalgia, and other difficult to treat ailments
We are not an addiction treatment center. Our goal is to prevent opiate addiction that would otherwise occur because patients have no other effective means of controlling severe pain in an outpatient setting.