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Emed Pain Management Center – Jacksonville
At Emed Pain Management Clinic, our staff and physicians are committed to providing outstanding Affordable Pain Management services. Experts in Pain Management, we work together as a team to deliver comprehensive and compassionate care with minimal waiting times, and we are happy and ready to care for those with insurance from the affordable care act known as Obama Care. Emed accepts most major insurance carriers, including Medicaid, and also offers competitive self-pay options.
We accept Walk-Ins during the following hours: Monday-Friday: 7:30 AM – 8:30 AM. (With the Exception of Suboxone Patients) Our lunch hour is 11:30 am – 1:00 pm Monday – Thursday.
Due to the volume of patients, we are seeing every day we can only accept up to 10 walk-ins during these times.
A visit with your normal primary care physician is required before these services will be provided. We look forward to serving you in this area and helping to make your medical care more convenient and efficient for you.
The Pain Management Center treats patients for the following conditions:
- Cervical, thoracic and lumbar degenerative disc disease and facet disease
- Cervical and lumbar facet osteoarthritis
- Facial pain and trigeminal neuralgia
- Herniated discs
- Lumbosacral and cervical neuritis
- Myofascial pain
- Occipital neuralgia
- Peripheral neuropathies
- Post laminectomy/failed back surgery syndrome
- Reflex sympathetic dystrophy, causalgia, complex regional pain syndromes
- Spinal stenosis, spondylosis, and spondylolisthesis
- Pelvic pain and interstitial cystitis
- Vertebral compression fractures from osteoporosis or cancer
Acute painful conditions
- Post-operative pain
- Post-traumatic pain
- Vertebral compression fractures
- Cervical and ovarian cancer
- Head, neck and oral-pharyngeal cancer
- Lung cancer
- Metastatic and bone cancer
- Pancreatic and colon cancer
- Post-mastectomy syndrome
- Post-thoracotomy syndrome
- Spastic movement disorders resulting from cerebral palsy or central nervous system lesions
- Vascular insufficiency and Raynaud’s disease