We Help You with Pain Management in Barrington

Since there are many types and causes of pain, we don’t offer cookie-cutter treatment options. Knowing what kind of pain you are experiencing can help you know when to seek pain management in Barrington. Once you have an understanding of the various types of pain, you will be better equipped to discuss your pain and treatment options with one of our medical professionals.

Chronic Pain

When we use the term chronic pain, we are referring to pain that lasts for three months or longer. This type is often caused by conditions like migraines, arthritis or lower back problems. Talking to one of our specialists about chronic pain management in Barrington can provide numerous effective treatment options.

Acute Pain

Acute pain usually hits suddenly and doesn’t last long. Most cases of acute pain last fewer than three months. Treatment options might include over-the-counter or prescription medications, massage or physical therapy. We may also decide it would be more effective to stabilize the area of the injury to allow for proper healing.

Sports Injury

Younger and older athletes can benefit from pain management in Barrington. Our orthopedic doctors and staff can provide proper assessment and treatments to ensure a quick return to regular activities. Timely treatment can help manage pain, but also help prevent developing chronic pain

Post Operative

The pain experienced following a surgery, such as a hip replacement, can affect a person for a few days or weeks. There are several options available to help manage this type of pain.

Count on our professionals for serving Barrington patients with effective pain management services.

Office Location

Gitelis Orthopedics office

Hoffman Estates

1800 McDonough Road
Suite 202
Hoffman Estates, IL 60192

Located in the Ashton Center for Day Surgery building.

(847) 807-7770
fax: (847) 807-7771

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27401 W. Hwy 22
Suite #6
Barrington, Il. 60010

Second office near Good Shepherd Hospital in Barrington, Il.

(847) 807-7770
fax: (847) 807-7771

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