Pain Awareness Month Pain Awareness Month was created to increase awareness about the effects of pain and to educate citizens about the advanced treatment options available to help alleviate pain. Facts About Pain Pain affects more Americans than diabetes, heart disease and cancer combined. Workers lose an average of 4.6 hours per week of productive time due to a pain […]Learn More »
Nearly 100 million Americans suffer from chronic pain, defined as pain that lasts longer than six months. Chronic pain can be mild or excruciating, episodic or continuous, merely inconvenient or totally incapacitating.Learn More »
By: Dr. Michael Danko Seems like a simple question, doesn’t it? Actually, I do get asked about what a pain doctor does with some regularity in my personal life outside of the office. A little more commonly, I’ll get asked some derivative of that question, such as “what types of pain or what types of […]Learn More »
Comprehensive Pain Specialists is a group of physicians and staff devoted to helping patients accurately identify and manage chronic pain. By combining traditional, advanced and regenerative pain-management techniques, and by delivering quality, comprehensive healthcare to patients, CPS endeavors to provide efficient, effective and compassionate pain management for a broad range of ailments and pain syndromes.
When Drs. Peter Kroll, Timothy Arney, Steven Dickerson and Gilberto Carrero founded Comprehensive Pain Specialists (CPS) in 2005, they envisioned a group of experienced physicians and staff dedicated to identifying and treating chronic pain.
This vision inspired a decade of service in Tennessee helping patients with chronic pain. With 50+ locations throughout the Southeast, CPS combines evolving, precision diagnostics and innovative therapies to assist each patient with their chronic pain management needs.
Pain management, also called pain medicine, is a type of specialized medical care. It is designed to minimize the impact of surgical pain or chronic pain. Chronic pain, in particular, can be difficult to control. It can sometimes be impossible to cure. Pain management treatment can help reduce pain. It can help patients enjoy a better quality of life.
Many patients with persistent pain believe they are suffering from a specific ailment, such as low back pain, neck pain, arthritis or something else. Regardless of what type of persistent pain you are suffering, if you have been experiencing it for several months – or even longer – you are among millions of Americans suffering from chronic pain.
In conjunction with office visits, services may include medication management, injections and procedures. CPS assists patients with short-term needs as well as those seeking a more permanent pain management solution. CPS will evaluate each patient and support an overall health and wellness approach which may include options such as physical therapy, a diet and nutrition plan or a mental wellness program.
Due to inclement weather, some of our clinics(listed below) are closed 3/6/2015. All clinics are operating as usual unless noted below.
Please check back for updates on additional closings.×