The purpose of Pain Treatment Centers of America is quite simply – to put our patients back in control of their lives. Our physicians and nurse practitioners understand how chronic pain can invade, capture, and disrupt the lives of those who suffer from it, and it is our mission to leverage unrivaled compassion and expertise to restore our patients’ functionality and improve the quality of their daily lives. We accept that challenge and truly appreciate the trust our many patients have placed in us towards achieving this very important goal.
PTCOA is Arkansas’s largest fully comprehensive pain management practice with multiple locations to best serve our patients. We have dedicated physicians, a state of the art surgery center, medication monitoring CLIA certified labs and the most combined pain management experience of any practice in the state. All of this excellence in medical care with one focus – to help restore quality of life.
Pain Relief Procedures
Interventional Pain Management Techniques have been proven to be one of the most effective treatments for many chronic pain conditions. PTCOA offers cutting edge pain management techniques by trained professionals, in one of the most advanced Surgery Centers in the state. We offer IV sedation monitored by trained anesthesiologists at all times.
“Pain is an unpleasant sensory and emotional experience associated with actual or potential tissue damage …” International Association for the Study of Pain. At PTCOA we understand your pain and have made it our life work to accurately diagnose and effectively treat all chronic pain conditions. All we do at PTCOA is chronic pain management and our only goal is to improve your quality of life.
We understand that many patients need pain medication to maintain an active lifestyle. The importance of a physician who understands chronic pain, has the knowledge to prescribe medications safely and the ability to monitor in compliance with all state and federal regulations is critical to your health as well as the health and safety of all chronic pain patients across Arkansas and the country.