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 >
Call When Weather is a Concern
Winter weather creates challenges for staff and patients during clinic hours. When the weather is snowy, icy and stormy, appointments may need to be cancelled and rescheduled. If you need an appointment immediately, call and see if we have any openings to fit you in. Remember, prescription requests must be made five business days in advance. If you have weather-related concerns about your appointment or prescription(s), call us at 541-344-8469.

Medication Updates Important
The end of the year is the best time to review and update your medications. If you feel that your medications aren't working as they used to or you are having side effects be sure to mention this to your provider. Always keep a list of all of your medications, as well as supplements and herbal remedies, along with your allergies and treatments with you when you go to medical appointments. Here's why this is helpful.

Improving your care:
  • Helps prevent potential interactions and aides in accurate lab results.
  • An updated and comprehensive medication list, including discontinued medications and allergies, helps with medication prior authorization(s) if needed.


  • Toxicity levels can occur with certain medications, including over-the-counter medications and vitamins.
  • Food-medication interactions can also occur.
  • Prevent allergic reactions.
Why do we ask you to update your treatment list since we last saw you?
  • To help find treatments that work for you.
  • To prevent duplication of therapies and testing and to ensure we have the information we need to provide the best care possible.

What you can do to help improve your care:

  • Bring your medication bottles with you to medical appointments along with your lists.
  • Also, keep a list of over-the-counter products that you take.
  • Get rid of old medications not being used. Turn them in at your doctor's office or at a drop site.
  • Use pill boxes to help remind you to take your medications.
  • Know what each medication treats.
  • Update ALL of your providers on what each provider prescribes to you.

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Feature Article: Trigger Point Stretches

Trigger points are small areas of tightly knotted muscle and connective tissue that cause localized and referred pain. By injecting anesthetic medicine into these points, the muscle can relax sopatients can gently stretch the tissue back to normal length, bringing lasting pain relief.
Trigger points are known to cause or contribute to headaches, neck and jaw pain, low back pain, symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome and tennis elbow, and many kinds of joint pain, mistakenly ascribed to arthritis, tendonitis, bursitis or ligament injury.
Trigger point injections are an effective treatment modality for inactivating trigger points and providing prompt relief of symptoms from myofascial pain syndrome.

View trigger point exercises for:
These exercises can be done several times a day in conjunction with your treatment plan.

Presentation and photos by Erin Mary Gray, Osteopathic Medical Student. 4th Year, Western University of Health Sciences COMP-NW, PMPproject, July 2015.

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Feature Article: Helping Patients Understand Pain Medicine Management
Many health care providers are worried about the use of pain medications. As a result, there is a tendency to "undermedicate" patients who have chronic pain conditions. There are also times when patients are "over-medicated" for their pain problems. So, the question is how to find the proper dosage of medications that:
  • Allow for the best pain relief
  • Is at a dosage that will cause the least amount of side effects and,
  • Avoids leaving the patient felling overly-sedated and tired all of the time.

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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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Our Location

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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