Pain Management

Pain Management

Pain can come in many forms and be caused by injury, illness, sickness, disease, or surgery. The Center for Pain Management at Carney Hospital uses the most modern techniques to treat a wide range of common chronic pain conditions successfully.

Pain Management

2100 Dorchester Ave.
Dorchester, MA 02124
617-296-PAIN (7246)

Carney Hospital's Pain Management Center in Dorchester, MA 

Treatment Program Developed Specifically for You
At The Center for Pain Management, our team of physicians, nurse practitioners and nurses approach your care individually and objectively using the latest advances in pain medicine. We will thoroughly evaluate the causes of your pain and develop a treatment plan with the goal of maximizing your personal potential and increase your functional capacity.


Treating a Wide Range of Conditions
The Center for Pain Management offers a wide variety of treatment for many diagnoses, including:

  • Arthritis
  • Cancer Pain
  • Chronic Pain Syndrome
  • Abdominal Pain
  • Post-surgical Chronic Pain
  • Failed Back Syndrome
  • Myofascial Syndromes
  • Neuropathy, Nerve Injury
  • Herniated Discs
  • Work Related Injuries
  • Sciatica


Key Features of Carney Hospital's Pain Management Programs

  • State-of-the-art fluoroscopic-guided spinal injections for diagnostic and therapeutic applications
  • Comprehensive assessments and multidisciplinary team determination of treatments that focus on attaining positive long-term outcomes
  • Medical management of pain and pain related medications
  • Opportunities for learning skills that minimize or prevent recurring pain
  • Education on specific chronic pain syndromes and treatment plans
  • All treatment recommendations are provided in collaboration with your referring physician


New patients are seen with a physician referral.


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