Whether you’ve been suffering from pain for months or are just now experiencing pain, you’ll find pain control solutions at Beacon Health System. Our experts work with you to reduce and, if possible, eliminate your pain so you can increase your independence and reclaim your life.
Pain is a part of life for some people. However, we believe pain should not control your life. Our specialists at Elkhart General Hospital and Memorial Hospital of South Bend use a full range of pain treatment options to help you manage and control your pain in three main areas:
- Acute (short-term) pain
- Chronic (long-term) pain
- Cancer pain
We’re experienced in treating conditions ranging from back pain, headaches and myofascial pain syndrome (muscle pain) to nerve injuries, severe arthritis and unexplained abdominal/pelvic pain. We also treat pain related to a variety of diseases.
Why Choose Beacon?
Our experienced care team uses leading-edge treatment, therapies and equipment to help you better perform daily activities, unhindered by pain, so you can experience a more enjoyable, fuller life.
Here’s why patients choose Beacon for their pain control needs and goals:
- Board-Certified physicians – Our physicians are Board Certified in anesthesiology, emergency medicine or pain management. Some hold certifications in more than one specialty.
- Team approach – Our physicians partner with you, your primary care physician and our expert team of registered nurses, physical therapists, occupational therapists and pain management counselors to bring you closer to a life free from pain.
- Experienced staff – We see a wide variety of pain issues in our centers from chronic (long-term) pain to acute (short-term) pain. We understand how specific types of pain limit your daily function and joy, and we apply experience to help you reduce or eliminate your pain.
- Individualized care – Your pain is like no one else’s. We recognize this and develop a care plan that works for you, your life and your unique goals. We provide the treatment, instruction and guidance you need to manage your pain for an improved quality of life.