Kentucky Pain Associates specializes in pain management and after auto injury care. We accept referrals from attorneys and chiropractors. Find out how we can help with your next case.
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Too Many Peer Reviews?-More and more Auto Injury Chiropractors and Physical Therapists are telling us that the percentage of their cases getting Peer Reviewed is increasing. Kentucky Pain Associates has a simple solution that can help reduce this nuisance. To learn more about this solution, please call or email Kurt Reibling to schedule a time to discuss. Phone: 502-855-3911… Read More
Lumbar Spinal Stenosis: A Few Facts About a Common Pain Disorder-Although back pain may not receive as much attention as more life-threatening diseases such as diabetes and heart disease, it is still nothing to scoff at. Back pain conditions and disorders are the primary cause of disabilities for Americans under 45. The United States spends about $86 billion on treatments for neck and back pain… Read More
Chronic Back Pain: More Than Just an Annoyance-Though it is not always discussed as frequently in the United States, chronic pain affects more Americans than diabetes, heart disease, and cancer put together. Chronic pain (and back pain in particular) afflicts millions of Americans, who, in turn, spend $86 billion every year to treat it. For example, 20% of American adults claim that… Read More
Gain without Pain: Effective Pain Management Options-Chronic body pain can be a major obstacle for anyone to overcome. Conditions such as chronic back pain or neck pain are often burdensome and, at times, debilitating. Everyday tasks such as sitting down, writing with a pen, or even walking can be difficult for those who suffer from chronic body pain, which, according to… Read More
Hope for Chronic Back Pain-There is hope for patients with chronic neck and back pain; thanks to an innovative procedure. Unfortunately, back pain will affect 80% of all adults at some point in their lives. While most back pain is temporary and lasts only a couple of weeks or months; some people experience chronic symptoms which can linger for… Read More
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