Medication Management

Medication Management

The field of pain management has grown rapidly in recent years and Minnesota Institute for Pain Management is proud to offer a pain management service line dedicated to this important, specialized service. MIPM offers an innovative approach to managing pain by providing a variety of alternative treatment options tailored to your individual needs. This may include physical therapy, medication management or minimally invasive interventional procedures to reduce inflammation or decrease pain signals from nerve tissue.

Medication Management
Medication Management

Medication Management We can help

  • Convenient care and quick relief. With same-day and next-day appointments at 2 locations Roseville and Burnsville, it’s easy to get the care you need, when you need it.
  • Expert care and experience. Our highly trained and caring experts know how to treat pain. We’ve been helping patients for over 30 years.
  • Your partner to find relief. Our pain specialists treat every condition from new aches to chronic pain. We listen, help you understand treatment options and create a care plan just for you.
  • Complete pain support. We care for the whole you, including your physical and mental health. If more specialized care is needed, we offer fast access to MIPM team of specialists.

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Conditions and injuries we treat

  • Arthritis: Painful swelling of one or more joints.
  • Back and neck pain: Back and neck pain can have many causes, from herniated discs to spinal cord injuries to stenosis.
  • Chronic pain: Ongoing pain that lasts more than 6 months. Some common examples are frequent headaches, nerve damage pain, low back pain and musculoskeletal pain (pain in the bones, muscles, tendons, ligaments or nerves).
  • Fibromyalgia: Widespread muscle pain and tenderness. Often includes fatigue and altered sleep, memory and mood.
  • Migraines and other headaches: The pain can range from mild to severe. Migraines tend to cause pain on one side of your head. Symptoms include nausea, seeing spots or flashing lights, and sensitivity to light or sound.
  • Musculoskeletal and joint pain: Musculoskeletal pain affects the bones, muscles, ligaments, tendons and nerves. It can be in one area or widespread in the feet, hands, shoulders, hips, etc. Joint pain is discomfort, aches and soreness in any of the body’s joints.
  • Nerve pain: Also called neuralgia or neuropathic pain, the pain can feel like stabbing, burning or tingling.
  • Sports injuries and weekend warrior pain: Sports injuries are often caused by overuse, direct impact or the use of force. This pain is sometimes called weekend warrior pain. It can happen to people who do intense physical activity mostly on weekends, when their bodies aren’t regularly used to it.
  • Work-related injuries or occupational injuries: Any injury or condition that happens while on the job.