Medical Pain Management

Medical Pain Management

Knee Pain

Knee Treatment Program

Back Pain

Back Treatment Program

Neck Pain

Neck Treatment Program

Migraine Treatment

Migraine & Headache Program

Weight Loss Program

Hip Treatment Program

New Patients Receive A Complimentary Consultation and X-Rays

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The free consultation or complimentary evaluation may not apply to those with State or Federal Healthcare Plans like Medicare and Medicaid.

Why Choose Pain Stop Clinic – North Phoenix


Pain Stop Clinic - North Phoenix is a multidisciplinary pain management clinic that focuses on relieving pain at the source. It is extremely important that we help our patients avoid invasive surgical procedures while providing drug free solutions to rehabilitate the area and provide long-term pain relief.

Non-Surgical Treatments

Our expert pain management doctors treat a variety of conditions, from head to toe, using advanced diagnostic techniques and non-surgical treatments.

Advanced Diagnostics

We offer advanced diagnostic testing and care for your back, knee & other joint pain, which addresses the entire musculoskeletal structure of your spine, from your nerves to your joints and everything in between.

Service & Convenience

You can count on our advanced clinical services to help you overcome pain in a supportive and caring environment. Your path to wellness may include a variety of services, all located under one roof for coordinated care and convenience.

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Where Do You Experience Pain

Where Do You

Experience Pain?

Pain Stop North Phoenix provides non-surgical treatment options that address all the peripheral joints of the body. Each patient’s symptoms, conditions and pain levels vary with joint pain. At Pain Stop North Phoenix they have specialized treatment programs for both acute and chronic joint injuries. Click the joint to find a treatment solution that’s right for you.

Wrist Pain Shoulder Pain Elbow Pain Hip Pain Knee Pain Ankle Pain

Wrist Pain

Wrist Pain

There are many types of common wrist injuries. If your wrist pain is sudden, it could be a fracture or sprain. If it's a constant dull ache, you could be experiencing an effect of overuse. Learn more about our non-surgical treatment options for wrist pain conditions.

Shoulder Pain

Shoulder Pain

The shoulder joint is the most mobile joint in the body, making it greatly unstable and more prone to dislocate or become injured than other joints. Thankfully, Pain Stop North Phoenix has a variety of non-surgical treatment plans for shoulder pain conditions and a dedicated team that’s focused on your recovery.

Elbow Pain

Elbow Pain

Tennis elbow or a torn ligament is the common complaint from patients with elbow pain. At Pain Stop North Phoenix, we offer several non-surgical treatments to help increase mobility, reduce pain and strengthen the muscles around the elbow.

Hip Pain

Hip Pain

Pain Stop North Phoenix provides safe, gentle and effective hip pain treatments without surgery or prescription medications. Our medical doctors, chiropractors and therapists specialize in a variety of hip pain conditions and are ready to create a customized treatment suited specifically for your individual diagnosis.

Knee Pain

Knee Pain

When knee pain isn’t treated properly, it can cause muscular imbalances as your body tries to compensate for the unnatural movement. At Pain Stop North Phoenix they have a proven, non-surgical knee pain treatment program that has helped hundreds of patients avoid risky knee replacement surgery and get back to living an active, pain-free life.

Ankle Pain

Ankle Pain

Pain Stop North Phoenix doesn’t have a one-size-fits-all treatment for ankle pain conditions. We take an individualized approach by creating the best treatment for each patient’s specific condition, depending on the age, injury and lifestyle.


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Ice or Heat-How to Take Care of Your Injury

Most of us keep an ice pack handy in the freezer should an unexpected injury sneak up on us. It's an old home remedy that, as it turns out, can do a world of good when it comes to reducing swelling and discomfort. In some cases, heat is your best bet. Other times, alternating between the two is the most effective way to go. So how do you determine which is best? And when should you head to a doctor? We're here to settle the debate.

When Icing an Injury is best

Applying cold packs or ice is often an effective go-to home therapy for  injuries that cause pain, swelling and/or inflammation. Think: bumps and bangs that pop up after falling or sustaining a minor impact like stubbing your shin or twisting your ankle. According to Healthline, applying cool temperatures to the injury reduces blood flow, which then brings down swelling. Since swelling typically causes pain, it has an added bonus of easing discomfort. Cold therapy can be delivered in a number of ways. Sticking a wet towel in the freezer for 15 minutes can get the job done, as can reusable cold packs that are available at most stores. If you're in a pinch, a bag of frozen vegetables can also do the trick. No matter what you use, Prevention suggests using cold therapy for 15 to 20 minutes every one to two hours. It's also best to do it within 24 to 48 hours of an injury.

When Heat's a Better Option

While cold therapy restricts blood flow, heat therapy opens it up. As Reader's Digest reports, research shows that increasing this flow supports healing by delivering more oxygen and nutrients to the injury site. Heat therapy also ups the temperature of deep tissue, which helps with muscle flexibility. Another worthwhile tidbit is that it appears to ease pain. Heat therapy is generally considered best for chronic muscle pain or persistent discomfort that comes with ailments like arthritis. You can get things rolling at home with a warm bath or heating pad. Medical News Today suggests applying heat to the area for 20 minutes at a time for up to three times a day.

When to Alternate Between Ice and Heat

Right after an injury, cold is generally considered your best bet since it works almost instantly to reduce swelling and pain. Getting ahead of inflammation is the name of the game when you're trying to keep pain under control. Once the initial swelling begins to go down, you can alternate heat therapy to increase blood flow to the area and, hopefully, help the body heal. Every injury is different, so there's really no one-size-fits-all answer. If pain persists or you aren't sure how to move forward, meeting with a doctor is always best. Pain Stop North Phoenix has a team of experienced pain management specialists on hand to help you assess your injury and get you on the path to healing as soon as possible.
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Knees’ Anatomy-Everything You Need to Know About Knees

Chronic pain is unfortunately part of everyday life for too many Americans. One 2011 Gallup study found that 26 percent of U.S. adults battle some sort of leg or knee issue; folks in their mid-50s and up suffer even more. Interestingly, taking an active role in your own health just might tip the scales. According to a New York Times report, being more competent about your health is associated with fewer hospitalizations and better control of chronic diseases.
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