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 >
Sharon Jones, ANP, retiring Nov. 20

Sharon Jones, ANP, is retiring on Nov. 20, after 11 years of providing excellent care to our patients. Sharon joined PMP in 2003. She graduated from the University of Nevada-Reno with a Bachelor's degree in Nursing in 1978. After coming to Eugene, she worked for over 23 years caring for patients at the Eugene Hospital and Clinic, Sacred Heart General Hospital, Valley West Health Care and Lane County Adult Corrections. Sharon received her Masters of Nursing from Oregon Health & Science University in 2002 and worked as a medical provider with CODA Addiction Treatment Services before joining PMP. She also received her Fine Arts degree in 1987 from the University of Oregon. She says she plans to pursue her many long-time interests in which she hasn't had time to enjoy while working. She is currently working with each of her patients on transitioning to our other providers for continued exemplary care. 

Psychologist joins PMP
 
Pain Management Partners, LLC, welcomes Dr. Stuart Silberman, Psy.D., to our practice. Dr. Silberman specializes in chronic pain, sleep disorders, anxiety and depressive disorders, mild traumatic brain injury (TBI), ADD/ADHD and cognitive decline. He provides assessment, psychotherapy and EEG neurofeedback, which improves brain function in cognitive, emotional and behavioral ways with permanent results. Learn more about Dr. Silberman on his website at http://drstuartsilberman.com. If you want help in controlling your chronic pain, call us today to make an appointment with Dr. Silberman, 541-344-8469.

Medical Students Training at PMP

Pain Management Partners, LLC, is hosting third and fourth-year medical students from Western University of Health Sciencesfrom Lebanon, OR, during the months of July-August, October-November, and December-January for three and four-week clerkships in pain management. We are pleased to help young physicians-in-training gain more experience in multidisciplinary pain management. Please welcome them and when possible, allow them to attend your appointment with your providers.

Pain Management Partners, LLC, is committed to marketplace ethics and meets the Better Business Bureau's  Code of Business Practices. Pain Management Partners, LLC, maintains honest and reliable business practices. We make a pledge to be transparent, be responsive to customers, advertise honestly, honor promises and act with integrity.

Feature Article: Q&A: New written RX needed every time for opioid analgesic

James R. Morris, M.D.

Q: I take pain medicine and I've heard the rules have changed. How does that affect me?

A: The FDA and the DEA have decided to reclassify two opioids, Tramadol and Hydrocodone combination products. Tramadol is a mild opioid with other properties, but has addiction potential. Recently, it was placed on Schedule IV of the controlled substances list. A prescription for Tramadol can still be phoned into the pharmacy, but written or faxed prescriptions must have a "wet signature" from the provider. Hydrocodone combination products (HCPs) contain acetaminophen or ibuprofen and were formerly classified as Schedule III. Similar to schedule IV, these prescriptions can be written, phoned, or faxed. As of this month, HCPs have been reclassified to Schedule II, requiring written prescriptions every time these products are prescribed. If you have a prescription for a hydrocodone-containing product, you will no longer be able to refill it at the pharmacy. See your health care provider to obtain a new, written prescription every time you need to fill this opioid analgesic. James R. Morris, M.D.

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Feature Article: New Patient Portal Available

Pain Management Partners is providing a new patient portal called myHEALTHware.
If you haven't signed up yet, youwill fill out a yellow waiver with your e-mail address and signature.Immediately after yourappointment,you'll receive an e-mail from myHEALTHware with instructions on how to create your new online account. It's that easy!

myHEALTHware will allow you to:
  • View a health summary of your medical records, including labs, medication list and allergies.
  • Make appointments.
  • Respond to e-mails from your practitioner.
  • Only you and your provider will have access to your account.
  • The account is free!

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Feature Article: Mistakes Made By Chronic Pain Patients
There is no doubt that entering the world of chronic pain is a confusing and difficult process. Often patients do not understand the basics of pain management approaches to long-term care. However, helping patients to become aware of various potential problems and mistakes ahead of time, will allow them to respond differently and learn how to become part of the pain management team. Knowledge is power and helps to reduce what may appear to the health care providers as "resistance" on the part of the patient.

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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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