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Indianapolis Pain Management for Acute and Chronic Conditions

Center for Pain Management is a leading provider of pain management solutions for patients with failed back surgery syndrome, complex regional pain syndrome, and other chronic conditions. At our pain management clinics in Indianapolis, Greenwood, and Lafayette, we also treat patients with acute injuries, such as severe sprains and strains.

If you need help managing your persistent or acute pain, please call us to request a consultation: (317) 706-7246

Conditions We Treat

We treat a variety of conditions at our practice, and many patients we see have chronic pain conditions resulting from a previous injury or surgery, such as:

  • Post laminectomy syndrome/failed back surgery syndrome
  • Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS)/reflex sympathetic dystrophy
  • Scar tissue buildup
  • Muscle loss/weakness/lack of mobility

Patients also come to our office due to degenerative conditions that include:

  • Spondylosis (arthritis of the spine and related disorders)
  • Facet syndrome (facet joint dysfunction)
  • Degenerative disc disease
  • Sciatica (lumbar radiculopathy)

The versatility of our treatment strategy enables us to help patients with varying degrees of pain and/or immobility feel better.

Cutting-Edge Treatments

When medication has no effect on chronic, severe pain, we may recommend a nerve stimulator implant – a breakthrough technology in managing pain. The procedure to place this device under skin takes about an hour, and it begins working immediately, interfering with the nerves’ ability to deliver pain signals to the brain. While this procedure may not completely eliminate pain, most patients find it lessens their pain considerably.

A Whole-Person Approach

Severe and ongoing pain can cause several other conditions, such as depression, nutritional deficiencies, muscle loss, bone loss, and postural defects. Our team develops a personalized treatment plan with the goals of alleviating pain and helping patients overcome any other health issues that could interfere with recovery.

Get the Help You Need

Whether you have a recent injury and acute pain, or you’ve been struggling with chronic pain for some time, Center for Pain Management has solutions.

Please contact us today to schedule your appointment in Indianapolis, Greenwood, or Lafayette: (317) 706-7246

Updates + Announcements

North Meridian Office CLOSED, April 8, 2019

Patients, Our 8805 N. Meridian St. location is closed today, April 8, due to a water main break.  If you have questions please call 317-706-7246 tomorrow (April 9) during normal business hours. Thank you, Center for  Pain Management

New Research Shows Long Term Results from Spinal Cord Stimulation (SCS) Implants

Patients Report Improvement in Pain Relief & Daily Life Activity Two Years After Spinal Cord Stimulation (SCS) Implants The European Journal of Pain recently accepted a research article for peer review, “Spinal cord stimulation for chronic refractory pain: long‐term effectiveness…
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Worried about the weather? Follow us on social media for updates! ALL locations for the Center for Pain Management are OPEN during regular office hours. This includes our Indianapolis, Greenwood and Lafayette, Indiana pain treatment centers. We will update our…
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Dr. Edward Kowlowitz Named One of America’s Top Doctors in Pain Medicine

Castle Connolly Medical Ltd. named Edward Kowlowitz, MD one of America’s Top Doctors in Pain Medicine. Dr. Kowlowitz is 1 of 7 physicians in Indiana to earn this distinguished designation. He has been practicing medicine since 1988 and founded Center…
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September is Pain Awareness Month

Center for Pain Management joins the global health care community in recognizing September as Pain Awareness Month.  This international campaign was first established in 2001 to create greater understanding that pain is a serious public health issue. Pain Awareness Month…
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