Chronic pain significantly decreases your quality of life and affects your ability to complete everyday tasks. Unaddressed long-term pain is associated with an increased likelihood of physical injury and the development of mental depression. Contacting an orthopaedic surgeon about your pain can have a positive impact on your life as soon as treatment begins.
Early Identification of Problem
Identifying the cause of chronic pain is the first step in developing an effective treatment plan. In many cases, the causes of musculoskeletal pain are difficult to pinpoint without a professional exam and diagnosis. Your orthopaedic specialist is trained to help you track down the cause of your symptoms and discover the root of your pain. She will utilize advanced diagnostic equipment and medical expertise to either rule out or identify serious medical conditions that may be related to your pain.
Improved Treatment Options
Your doctor will discuss your preferences to begin improving your pain immediately. Orthopaedic care offers a number of non-invasive and minimally-invasive treatments, including physical therapy, to restore comfortable motion. The sooner these treatments are begun, the more effective they are in restoring comfortable and normal motion. During treatment, your progress will be monitored so your treatment plan can be tailored to meet your unique needs.
Increased Quality of Life
The longer you live with pain, the lower your quality of life becomes. Experiencing pain when you perform everyday activities affects your work as well as your social and family life. It can also result in intense mental stress, anxiety, and depression. Your orthopaedic surgeon will provide the help you need to manage your pain so that it no longer affects every aspect of your life.
Discover the difference orthopaedic treatment can make for your chronic pain by calling Suburban Orthopaedics at (630) 372-1100. Our doctors and staff are dedicated to providing the treatment options you need to manage your pain and enjoy your life as you should.
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