Coon Rapids, Minnesota

iSpine Pain Physicians

Restoring Function. Renewing Hope. Changing Lives.

iSpine Pain Physicians

11850 Blackfoot St. NW Suite 490
Coon Rapids, MN 55433
763-201-8191
iSpine Pain Physicians, Pain Management, Services, Coon Rapids, Minnesota

If you’re suffering from a painful spine or extremity disorders, the specialists at iSpine Pain Physicians will help you find relief and reclaim your life. Serving residents of the Twin Cities-area at five convenient locations, this highly trained team is committed to providing chronic pain management services and helping patients return to healthy, active lifestyles. Combining cutting-edge procedures with compassionate care, these Pain Management specialists work to relieve shoulder, hip, neck, and back pain, allowing you to return to enjoying the activities you love.

At iSpine Pain Physicians, the specialists firmly believe in a personalized approach. Whether you require help with chronic pain management, or with injuries from an auto accident or workers compensation, your doctor will work with you to conduct a thorough evaluation of your needs. They’ll create a comprehensive, individual treatment plan that is carefully customized for your unique situation. Your care plan will also incorporate a multi-faceted approach, coordinating on-site treatment with referrals to rehabilitation and psychological providers as needed.

Committed to making treatment as comfortable and stress-free as possible, iSpine Pain Physicians offers advanced, minimally invasive treatments and understands the importance of compassionate support throughout treatment. Furthermore, they offer the option of sedation for their image-guided interventions, which will help to minimize your discomfort during procedures.

If you’re experiencing neck, extremity, or back pain, or have a condition that requires chronic pain management, don’t hesitate. Call iSpine Pain Physicians at (763) 201-8191 to schedule your first appointment, or visit their website to learn more about their comprehensive services.

Announcements & Events from iSpine Pain Physicians
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