Arnold-Warfield Pain Management Center
Welcome to the William Arnold - Carol A. Warfield, M.D. Pain Management Center at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.
At the Arnold-Warfield Pain Management Center, we understand that living with any kind of pain can be exhausting-both physically and mentally. If you are a patient with acute or chronic pain and you have not responded to conventional therapies, our pain management team is ready with both the experience and expertise to diagnose, treat and help manage your pain.
The goal of our pain management center is to provide our patients with compassionate care and cutting edge treatment to relieve your pain, resulting in a better quality of life. Working closely with each unique patient, your pain management specialist will develop an individualized treatment plan that is right for you.
Our multidisciplinary pain management team includes specialists from anesthesiology, neurology, psychology and nursing. Furthermore, our pain management specialists work very closely with primary care physicians, spine orthopedics and neurosurgeons as well as physical therapists.
As a patient at the Arnold-Warfield Pain Management Center, you may also have the opportunity to participate in clinical research trials. These trials allow patients to be part of the latest breakthroughs in pain management treatments.
The Arnold-Warfield Pain Management Center is conveniently located on the first floor of One Brookline Place in Brookline. Our state-of-the-art facility features comfortable exam rooms, fully equipped procedure rooms and a complete recovery area.
Our patients come to our pain management center from near and far to be treated for:
- Back pain (including sciatica)
- Neck pain
- Pain after back/neck surgery
- Muscle pain
- Cancer pain
- Facial pain
- Trigeminal neuralgia
- Arthritis pain (hip, knee and shoulder joint pain)
- Whiplash injury (pain after a motor vehicle accident)
- Nerve pain including diabetic neuropathy, phantom limb pain, reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD), post-herpetic neuralgia (Shingles)
- Any other complex pain syndrome
- Additional post-surgical pain
Note: If you are addicted to pain medications and require an addiction specialist or are in need of a short-term or long-term detoxification program, please speak with your primary care physician. Your primary care physician may be able to recommend an appropriate treatment program.