Commerce Pain

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Relieving Pain, Restoring Possibilities

At Commerce Pain Management, our pain specialists, along with our staff specially trained in the practice of pain management, offer the most current diagnostics, therapies and procedures to help you treat chronic pain. Chronic pain can result from illness or injury, and we treat a wide range of pain conditions, such as neck and back pain, arthritis and nerve pain.

There are different types of pain described in many ways, but how you experience pain is unique to you. Our highly skilled providers understand that pain affects all aspects of your life – physical, mental, emotional and social – and we are dedicated to improving your quality of life. After a comprehensive look into your medical condition, our doctors will customize a treatment plan specific to your individual needs.

Our mission is to provide the safest, most effective interventional pain management treatments, in a caring and professional manner. We pride ourselves on maintaining a compliant and safe medical pain management practice while also respecting the privacy and dignity of our patients. We have set very specific policies and standards to provide the best possible care for you.

Pain can be difficult to manage on your own, but with Commerce Pain Management you don’t have to. If you have been evaluated and diagnosed with an acute or chronic pain condition, call us for an appointment at (706) 423-9449 . Our office in Commerce, Georgia is conveniently accessible from I-85 and highway 441.

Conditions We Treat

At Commerce Pain Management, our pain management providers have successfully helped thousands of patients manage their chronic pain. Pain can result from any number of injuries or illnesses, and there are different types of pain. With their years of experience, our providers are highly qualified to address a wide range of conditions, including:


Back Pain and Neck Pain


Herniated Discs


Degenerative Disc Disease


Degenerative Joints


Osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid Arthritis




Shingles and Post-Herpetic Neuralgia


Failed Back (post-laminectomy) Syndrome


Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)


Peripheral Neuropathy


Arm and Leg Pain


Nerve Pain/Neuropathy


Cancer-Related Pain




Muscle Weakness


Muscle Spasms


Muscular Injuries




Carpal Tunnel Syndrome


Head Pain Associated with Cervicalgia


Head Pain Associated with Occipital Neuralgia


Reduced Range of Motion


Post-Trauma Pain


Interstitial Cystitis


Spondylolisthesis – Slipped Vertebrae


Spondylolysis – Stress Fracture of Spine


Coccydynia – Tailbone Pain

Pain Management & Treatments

Interventional pain management focuses on actively treating illnesses, conditions or injuries that cause pain and limit function. One of the unique advantages of interventional pain management is that it involves the full spectrum of care – everything from initial diagnosis to personalized treatment and ongoing pain relief programs – all aimed at helping patients avoid surgery and reducing their reliance on drugs while improving their quality of life.

The pain specialists at Commerce Pain Management provide a comprehensive spectrum of interventional pain management services and treatments, including diagnostic testing, medication management, injection procedures, massage therapy, and chiropractic care.

Questions About Pain
Interventional pain management is the discipline of medicine devoted to the diagnosis and treatment of pain and related disorders with the application of interventional techniques in managing subacute, chronic, persistent, and intractable pain, independently or in conjunction with other modalities of treatments.

The pain specialists at Commerce Pain Management will do everything in their power to diagnose your source of pain. They are highly trained in methods to determine the underlying cause of pain and treatments to help reduce your pain. They will conduct a comprehensive physical examination, review your medical records and analyze the description of your pain. They will review any x-rays, CT scans, MRIs, myelograms, EMGs or nerve conduction studies you have had and may recommend additional diagnostic studies. With the help of advanced diagnostic procedures, we can typically determine the cause of pain in at least 80% of patients.

Yes, chronic pain may produce feelings of anger, sadness, hopelessness and even despair. In addition, it can alter one’s personality, disrupt sleep, interfere with work and relationships and even have a profound effect on other family members. It is normal to have psychological problems with pain.
At Commerce Pain Management, our pain specialists can treat a broad range of conditions and injuries that cause pain, from headaches and arthritis to neck and back pain. Learn more about the conditions we treat.
Due to the rapid advances of modern medicine, there are many types of treatments available for pain. The degree of pain varies from person to person, so your treatment plan will be tailored to your specific needs and circumstances. Treatment may include a single approach or a combination of medications, therapies and procedures. Learn more about the treatments and pain management services we offer at Commerce Pain Management. For an appointment, call (706) 423-9449 or use our online appointment request form.

Medication Management

Provides pain control and improves a patient’s quality of life. Medication may be used alone or in conjunction with non-invasive treatments.
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Injection Procedures

Help alleviate chronic and acute pain in the spine and joints. Injections may be used alone or in addition to medication management in the treatment of pain.
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Diagnostic Testing

Helps determine or localize the core cause of pain. The following are some of the tests done to diagnose the pain.
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Understanding Pain

Pain is a unique experience. Although two people may suffer the same diagnosis, the type and extent of pain each feels may be vastly different. That’s one reason why the cause of pain can be difficult to diagnose and why effective treatment can be difficult to determine. Pain is actually a message sent along the nerves to your brain to let it know that something is hurting the body. The way in which your brain interprets this message as “pain” is unique to you and can be influenced by mental, emotional and behavioral factors.

Pain is usually a symptom resulting from an illness or injury, and it can significantly interfere with a person’s quality of life and ability to function. However, there are times when pain is no longer just a symptom of a condition but actually becomes the condition to be treated.

Types of Pain
Understanding the different kinds of pain that you may be experiencing (and the terms used to describe them) will help you to better communicate with your doctor. Acute pain comes on suddenly, usually from an injury or immediately after surgery. It can typically be treated and lasts for a short period of time. Chronic pain lasts beyond the usual healing time for an illness or injury. It can last from months to years. At times it can go away completely, or it can remain constant. There are a few different types of chronic pain:

At Commerce Pain Management, we treat a wide range of conditions that can cause acute or chronic pain. Our highly skilled doctors will assess your condition to determine the cause of your pain and develop a treatment plan that may include medication management, injections, chiropractic or massage therapy. Learn more about the treatments and pain management services we provide.

To learn more about pain, see our questions about pain, check out our list of resources or visit our comprehensive patient education library. To schedule an appointment, call our office in Commerce, Georgia at (706) 423-9449 or you can request an appointment online.