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Our treatment goals are to reduce pain and improve function and quality of life for the patients so they can return to their normal life.


We open our hearts for people with pain and provide opportunities to make a change for patients and their families. We offer the most comprehensive medical and non-surgical treatments available to attain the goal of decreasing pain and restoring the patient quality of life and functionality. Only the highest quality care and compassion is our goal as we provide individualized, caring, and professional support in our treatments.


Many circumstances can create chronic pain, which could become so overwhelming to the body and mind that it may become difficult to perform the daily routines required, and personal relationships may suffer greatly. The patient may have an inability to perform at their job or do work, find an increased level of irritation, become depressed, and be emotionally detached from their personal relationships and existence in life.


We would like to welcome patients back to life.


Types of Pain

Many circumstances can create chronic pain. These may include: nerve pain, muscle pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, neck pain, muscle pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, neck pain, back pain, fibromyalgia, complex regional pain syndrome, and osteoarthritis. Learn more about the different types of chronic pain:

  1. Chronic Pain: Acute pain can last a moment; rarely does it become chronic pain. Chronic pain persists for long periods. It is resistant to most medical treatments and causes severe problems.

  2. Nerve PainWhen nerve fibers get damaged, the result can be chronic pain.

  3. Psychogenic PainDepression, anxiety, and other emotional problems can cause pain -- or make existing pain worse.

  4. Musculoskeletal PainMusculoskeletal pain is pain that affects the muscles, ligaments and tendons, and bones. 

  5. Chronic Muscle PainUse your muscles incorrectly, too much, too little -- and you’ve got muscle pain. 

  6. Abdominal Pain

  7. Joint Pain

  8. Central Pain SyndromeA stroke, multiple sclerosis, or spinal cord injuries can result in chronic pain and burning syndromes from damage to brain regions. 

  9. Complex Regional Pain SyndromeIt’s a baffling, intensely painful disorder that can develop from a seemingly minor injury, yet is believed to result from high levels of nerve impulses being sent to the affected disorder. 

  10. Diabetes-Related Nerve Pain (Neuropathy)If you have diabetes, nerve damage can be a serious complication. This nerve complication can cause severe burning pain especially at night. 

Pain Topics


"Dr. Qian is a top expert formally educated and trained in field of pain management among another medical concentration.  He is astute at locating origin of such problem to provided best course of treatment. He helped me. Highly recommend Dr. Qian."


—  Maggie M.

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