What makes DNA Advanced Pain Treatment Center Unique?


First and foremost, the doctors at DNA Advanced Pain Treatment Center are compassionate pain specialists who work with you to set up an individualized plan and goal setting. We strive to improve your quality of life. Rather than setting up individual practices or working directly for a specific hospital, our doctors formed a comprehensive “Pain Relief Team” that works together to provide extensive diagnostic and therapeutic services. Our Pain Relief Team provides the highest care using the most advanced diagnostic methods and treatments… all in a location near you.

Our Mission:

At DNA Advanced Pain Treatment Center, we are dedicated to serving the needs of patients with acute or chronic pain. We believe that pain relief is an important component of an individual’s quality of life. We understand that this goal requires specialized treatment planning and we will work with our patients to develop an individually tailored treatment plan. We strive to provide outstanding patient service that exceeds the expectations of our patients and referring physicians. We uphold a personal commitment to excellence.

Our Practice Philosophy:

To offer state of the art pain services, while providing the highest quality of care for patients.

Our Vision:

To offer a premier multidisciplinary pain service, utilizing a wide variety of resources including individualized rehabilitation, psychological and interventional therapies to treat chronic pain conditions.

What types of treatments do we use?

patient-machineChronic pain is a complicated syndrome which has many different types of treatments, ranging from non-invasive methods to surgery. We work with each patient to find what treatment is beneficial for you. Some of the techniques we use include:

  • Physical rehabilitation, injection procedures such as facet-joint injections, selective nerve root blocks, steroid injections, and trigger-point injections
  • Surgery, including implantable pain devices to treat nerve entrapment pain syndromes, intrathecal pumps, dorsal column stimulators, spinal endoscopy, nucleoplasty, and radio-frequency lesioning.

It is estimated that 15% to 33% of the U.S. population, or as many as 70 million people, are affected by chronic pain. It disables more people than cancer or heart disease and costs the American people more than both combined. Pain costs an estimated $100 billion a year in medical costs, lost working days, and workers compensation.

Please call to schedule an appointment at the office nearest you.

Phone: (412) 561-PAIN (7246)
Toll-free: (866) 580-PAIN (7246)
Fax: (412) 235-4012