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Rocky Mountain Pain Solutions is a center for pain management located in Lakewood, Colorado. We provide support for patients suffering from acute injury and chronic pain that need diagnosis and treatment. Our goal is to provide quality medical care in a compassionate manner to improve each patient’s physical activity, function, and overall quality of life.
At Rocky Mountain Pain Solutions, we are committed to offering a holistic approach to pain treatment. We implement personalized care for each patient focusing on total body wellness, not just the injured body part.
Our multi-modal approach in treating pain includes physical therapy, interventional procedures/injections, and medication. We are also utilizing regenerative medicine as a therapeutic option for healing orthopedic and spinal conditions to avoid the need for surgery.
Rocky Mountain Pain Solutions offers groundbreaking non-operative, regenerative medicine treatment options such as Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy and Alpha-2-Macroglobuilin (A2M) Therapy.
These cutting-edge therapies relieve pain by naturally promoting long lasting healing of musculoskeletal conditions by using your blood's natural healing properties to help your body repair damaged tendons and soft tissue.
Learn more about these treatment options and how Rocky Mountain Pain Solutions can help you return to a pain free lifestyle.
Is pain preventing you from participating in the activities that you enjoy the most? If so, you are not alone.
Pain is one of the main reasons people visit a doctor. For more than 20 years, referring physicians and patients in the western suburbs of Denver have turned to Rocky Mountain Pain Solutions for the highest quality of safe interventional pain management.
We offer a variety of procedures available to diagnose symptoms that cause unwanted discomfort. Learning is half the battle. And once we discover the type of pain you're experiencing, our doctors and nurses can execute a plan.