Anodyne Pain and Wellness & Advanced Wound Care Center

Pain Management

Multiple Specialists in One Place

We bring the specialists to you. With our multidisciplinary providers and specialists all under one roof, our expert teams partner to deliver you with top-notch, comprehensive care.

Pain Management


Pain Management
Regenerative Medicine
Auto Injury Assessment & Injury Evaluation
Wound Care
Nerve Therapy
Orthopedic Support Bracing
Injection Therapies
Infrared Light Therapy
Primary Care

Pain Management

Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

Physical Therapy
Spinal Decompression
Sports Injury Rehabilitation
Massage Therapy
Active & Passive Therapies

Pain Management


Hormone Replacement Therapy
IV Infusion Therapy
Functional Medicine
Medical Weight Loss
Sexual Wellness

Pain Management

Mental & Behavioral Health


Healing and Health that Lasts

The list of conditions below merely scratches the surface of what we treat, and is not all-encompassing. If you don’t see your condition among those listed, don’t worry. Reach out to the location nearest you and our teams will connect you with your local Anodyne expert.

Knee Injury & Pain

Swelling, stiffness, redness, weakness, popping or cracking noises, and the inability to straighten your knee are all signs and symptoms of knee injury and pain.

Back Pain & Injury

One of the most common reasons for doctor’s visits, pain from back and neck aches, muscle strains, or ruptured discs may be concentrated in your back or neck regions or may radiate down your legs.


When joint cartilage breaks down, you may experience swelling, pain, stiffness, tenderness, and decreased range in motion—with symptoms most commonly felt in the feet, hands, hips, knees, and lower back.

Headaches & Migraines

One of the most common pain conditions, headaches may cause pain in your head, face, upper neck, and shoulders, and range from mild and short-lived to severe and debilitating.

Wounds, Lesions & Ulcers

A number of factors—including diabetes—can disrupt the wound healing process, resulting in persistent chronic wounds that are prone to infection.

Nerve Pain, Numbness, Tingling

Severe pain, numbness, tingling, weakness, and burning are hallmark symptoms of nerve damage or dysfunction.

Personal Injury & Auto Accidents

The significant, and often violent, forces of a car crash can cause tremendous damage to your body as it’s slammed, crushed, bent, and twisted—with some of the most serious injuries not immediately visible or apparent without medical care.

Athletic Recovery & Performance

Each athletic injury has its own set of symptoms and complications, and is typically caused by trauma or overuse of a muscle or joint.

Hormone Imbalance

The production of too much or too little of a hormone can cause significant changes in how your body functions—triggering a range of health probems and symptoms such as changes in weight, blood pressure, sleep patterns, sex drive, and mood.

Depression & Anxiety

Stress can cause headaches, neck and back pain, stomach and digestive issues, weakened immunity, high blood pressure, and weight fluctuations. It’s also linked to changes in the brain—impacting irritability, ability to focus, anger, sleeplessness, depression, and anxiety.

Chronic & Cognitive Fatigue

Unrelenting mental exhaustion can cause mental blocks, appetite fluctuations, insomnia, and irritability as well as concentration issues and dizziness that worsens when you change position.

Sexual Dysfunction

Affecting men and women of all ages, sexual dysfunction encompasses persistent and recurrent difficulties with your sexual desire, response, orgasm, or with pain during intercourse.