Non-Surgical Medical Treatment of Chronic Pain - Pain Management Partners

Specializing in Non-Surgical Treatment of Chronic Pain

Welcome to Pain Management Partners!

Serving Lane County, we offer multifaceted pain management, quality service and in-depth knowledge. Pain Management Partners, LLC in Eugene, Oregon specializes in non-surgical medical treatment of intractable pain. Our nationally recognized medical practitioners emphasize comprehensive care with a multidisciplinary perspective. We offer thorough evaluation, treatment recommendations, coordination of care, and alternative approaches when usual options fail. Our Services >
Pain Support Group expands in 2014
If you have been diagnosed with fibromyalgia or have a persistent pain condition or if you are a caregiver or family member who has questions about taking care of a loved one living with chronic pain, join us for several Pain Support Group meetings each month at Willamette Medical Center, 2401 River Road. The support group, which is free and open to the public, meets every first Tuesday of the month from 2-4 p.m. in our lower-level Community Room and every second Tuesday of the month from 6-8 p.m. in the waiting room of Pain Management Partners. Come to both or just one. For information contact: Janice VanCamp, fibrosupp11@yahoo.com. Read the Pain Support Group blog at: www.lanecountyfmsgroup.blogspot.com.
    Schedule:
    May 6:   2-4 p.m., Community Room
    May 13:   6-8 p.m., PMP, main level

Community Room: See what's going on!
Try any of our complimentary choices for relieving pain and stress, while having fun and getting a workout. Our Community Room, located in the lower level, is open to both our patients and the public. It's for anyone who wants to take a class or try something new. Currently we have classes in hypnotherapy: guided imagery, Feldenkrais Method and yoga, as well as community acupuncture, a lidocaine clinic and group therapy classes. The spacious 17 x 34-foot room also has wall beds, which are used during community acupuncture and lidocaine clinic treatments. The room is available for meetings and training. For information and schedule, contact Jonni at JGratton@wpainmanage.com.

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Feature Article: Site Change: All Fibro Awareness Day Events at Tamarack
 
James R. Morris, M.D., of Pain Management Partners, LLC, heads a team of medical and health and wellness experts at a public forum on Fibromyalgia on May 1 in Eugene. During the month of May, International Fibromyalgia Awareness Day is observed worldwide with activities to increase awareness of the chronic condition and to educate patients, the public, health care professionals and government officials. Learn the signs, symptoms, causes, methods of treatment and more during this two-day event. The forum is Thursday, May 1, from 7-8:30 p.m. at the Annex at Tamarack Wellness Center. A water-therapy session, including Ai Chi, Watsu and other water exercises will be May 3, from 3-5.m. at Tamarack Aquatic Center, both sites are located at 3575 Donald St. The events are free and open to the public. The events, sponsored by Pain Management Partners and Tamarack Wellness Center & Pool, will provide the latest information and resources. Come meet the experts and have your questions answered. Parking available in pool lot. Annex handicap parking left off of E. 36th and Donald St.

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Feature Article: Fibromyalgia Syndrome: A Mysterious Disease or Not?
Fibromyalgia syndrome (FMS) is one of a group of chronic pain disorders producing painful symptoms characterized by long-term, body-wide pain with tender points. Symptoms often refer to joints, muscles, tendons and other soft tissues and can be confused with arthritis or connective tissue disease. Thought to be a primary neurological disorder

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Feature Article: The Bridge

One of our body's strongest self-healing mechanisms is our breath. Over half of our waste by-products are eliminated through our breathing and our skin. Balanced breath supports muscle growth, release of toxins and increases our energy. Breathing is a central principle in communication with ourselves and each other. It is our bridge between life and our thoughts and feelings. We can personally contribute to stabilizing our mood and increasing blood and energy flow throughout our body tissues for optimal health just by improving our ability to breathe deeply and smoothly. Learning to become intimate with our own breath can be the creation of a powerful tool to manage our thoughts, feelings and moods.

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Feature Article: Opioid Deaths on the Rise for Women
An "epidemic" of addiction to prescription opioid painkillers appears to be spreading faster among women than men, according to government researchers.
There was a 415% increase in opioid painkiller-related deaths among women between 1999 and 2010 compared with a 265% increase among men, according to Karin Mack, PhD, of the CDC, and colleagues.

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Willamette Medical Center
2401 River Rd, Suite 101
Eugene OR 97404
Hours: M-F 9 am to 4 pm

Business Office: 541-431-0631
Pharmacy Line: 541-393-0061
Scheduling: 541-344-8469
Fax: 541-687-8631

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