Geriatric Pain in Central Ohio

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Our bodies change as we age. This includes the following anatomical and physiological changes:

  • Cardiovascular
  • Pulmonary central nervous system
  • Endocrine
  • Renal
  • Hepatic
  • Immune
  • Gastrointestinal
  • Other overall body systems

Common conditions causing pain for the aging elderly include arthritis, menopause, and low testosterone or male hypogonadism. Our pain care specialists at Pain Zero will assess how well a patient is engaged in daily life, discuss their role in their own pain management, and consider the least invasive way to address pain in Central Ohio patients.

Physiological changes cause such conditions as arthritis, menopause, or low testosterone, generating pain in muscles and joints. Effective non-pharmacological approaches to reduce pain include physical therapy and interventional behavioral therapy, as well as educating patients and caregivers about treatment options. Other treatments include non-opioid and opioid medications, pain-modulating drugs, topical agents, and other innovative therapies aimed at reducing pain and swelling in the joints.

At Pain Zero, we understand the effects aging and physiological changes have on the body. Seeking comfort from chronic pain is important to your overall wellness. By maintaining your health and mobility, you can enhance your quality of life without pain. Schedule a one-on-one geriatric pain management consultation with our pain care team in Central Ohio.

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