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Our Mission

Pioneering the most advanced rehabilitation and physical medicine today, The Ambulatory Surgery Center at the Jefferson Pain and Rehabilitation Center is on the forefront of diagnosis evaluation, treatment, and rehabilitation of acute and chronic pain. We offer a multidisciplinary approach to pain relief with our specialized team of physicians and nurses. We also provide patients the advantages of the most advanced technology available to provide accurate and effective diagnosis and treatment, ongoing measurements and results.

As healthcare professionals, we strongly believe in a therapeutic relationship based upon mutual respect and communication. We will make every effort to explain our impressions and suggestions to you. You are expected to play an active role in your care so we need your input, feedback, complaints, and suggestions for your individualized plan of care.

We understand the degree of suffering that comes with pain and disability. We will do everything possible to help you overcome your condition so that you can manage your pain while continuing to live your life to the fullest.

Pain Management

The ASC at the JPRC is a multidisciplinary clinic providing interventional pain techniques. We specialize in a multidisciplinary pain program that is individualized and followed closely by a board certified interventional pain and rehabilitation physician.

The ASC at the JPRC is exclusively devoted to interventional pain management. All interventional pain procedures involve treating pain symptoms through diagnostic and therapeutic inject ions of anesthetic and steroid medications around nerves, tendons, joints, or muscles. The procedures are minimally invasive and performed under fluoroscopic (x-ray) guidance to ensure precise needle placement and thereby enhance the accuracy of the injection.

The ASC at the JPRC has a personable friendly staff with strong family and community ties whose primary goal is to help and support their patients.

Core Values: Reduce pain and maximize function, reduce the misuse of medications, promote patient coping skills through education and counseling, and minimize treatment costs by individualizing treatment programs.