Pain doesn’t play by the rules. At times, a combination of treatments can be the best way to defeat it. Multidisciplinary pain clinics, nicknamed “combo clinics”, offer a team of medical professionals from various backgrounds including traditional, holistic, and alternative training. Doctors say this group effort helps them communicate and collaborate on tougher conditions, like chronic neck pain, back pain and sciatica. Preferred Pain Center in Phoenix represents the ultimate combination clinic, also called multidisciplinary.

When battling chronic pain, many people find notoriously poor communication between different types of specialists leaves them feeling like they have to assemble the puzzle pieces themselves. Keeping different specialists informed of diagnoses and insights can be daunting for the average layperson.

Spine problems should not be “loosely” evaluated by providers says Sky Moore, DC. “Many times we find a patient has had prior treatment, but no real detailed evaluation with provider collaboration” says Sky Moore, DC. A spotty investigation can leave a patient in pain, when a good pain solutin can be found if physicians act as a team. Good communication between doctors of various types (MD, DO, DC, NMD) appears to be very beneficial when dealing with back pain, neck pain, sciatica, chronic headaches, and fibromyalgia.1

One of the chief collaborators affiliated with Preferred Pain Center is Dr. Ajay Narwani. “Pain patients need compassion and solutions to improve their quality of life. There’s not always a simple answer, which is why collaboration helps improve the options and tilts the odds in the patient’s favor” says Narwani. With double board certifications in both Pain Management and Anesthesia, Dr. Narwani has considerable skill and knowledge in both Interventional Pain Procedures as well as Medical Pain Management. Another quote here or something about AJay

The team of doctors at Preferred Pain Center in Scottsdale are individually impressive, and collectively offer extraordinary treatment potential. Patients seeking to avoid surgery for pain relief often find this approach successful for:

Acute Severe Back/Neck Pain
Cervical Radiculitis
Chronic Headache
Spinal Disc Conditions
Auto Accident Rehabilitation
Plantar Fasciitis
Fibromyalgia Syndrome
Frozen Shoulder Syndrome
All types of Hip and Shoulder pain
Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy
“Scar Tissue Issues”

“Working with doctors that I know and trust to look at pain from different perspectives is the most advanced treatment method I’ve seen, and our results are impressive”, says the Center’s naturopathic physician, Kathy Kamin. “What we’re seeing is pain relief that is effective faster and lasts longer. The combination of treatments works, and it works very well.”

Most patients receive a combination of medical treatment, physiotherapy, chiropractic, naturopathic medicine and massage therapy as part of their treatment plan. Spinal Decompression Therapy, an advanced form of traction, has become a very popular treatment for disc-related problems. The researchers are starting to take notice of this treatment, and many recognize it as a possible alternative to surgery for some patients with spinal disc problems.

Why That’s Our Pick: Happy patients and enthused doctors make this integrated health approach what many experts are recommending. Second opinions are almost always a good idea, especially when they are done automatically.

Preferred Pain Center, LLC offers a no-cost consultation for patients with acute or chronic pain. Call their center for details regarding their consultation process and/or insurance coverage for treatments.

In addition to the headquarter Center in the Biltmore, Preferred Pain maintains satellite clinics in the following areas:
Cave Creek

Contact Info:

Preferred Pain Center
2813 E Camelback Road
Suite 430
Phoenix, AZ 85016
PHONE: (602) 507-6550


Preferred Pain also maintains The Blog of Pain at http://blog.preferredpaincenter.com