Our team of expert practitioners aim to enhance our patients’ quality of life through the reduction of acute, chronic and complex pain.
Our integrated approach to pain encompasses the recognition and management of biopsychosocial factors through the collaboration of our multidisciplinary team comprising of doctors, physician associates, nurses, psychologists and a rehab coordinator. As pioneers in chronic pain management, we offer advanced, innovative and evidence-based therapies tailored to suit individual patients.
Our practitioners significantly contribute to the advancement of pain medicine through direct and ongoing support in clinical research.
We deliver an exceptional patient experience by adopting excellent practices in all aspects of patient care. Our onsite purpose-built facility has direct access to operating theatres, an interventional CT suite and overnight hospital beds.
Around 20% of Australians live with chronic pain, which can negatively affect mood, sleep, memory and concentration, work and social life, and personal relationships.
Metro Pain Group adopts a comprehensive integrated approach in treating pain by recognising and managing biopsychosocial factors surrounding the patient.
Our multidisciplinary team conducts assessment and management of pain conditions including:
In many cases, opioids including codeine, are used to manage a range of chronic pain conditions. However, research shows that opioid side effects can be strong and potentially serious. In addition, opioid-based medications contribute on average to only a 30% reduction in pain, meaning in most cases, they’re not the best chronic pain management option for chronic pain.
Metro Pain Group provides a range of effective, opioid-free chronic pain management solutions for patients. The aim of these therapies, which include conservative and interventional treatment options, is to reduce pain and improve quality of life.
Managing pain can be a complex process which is why we treat all patients on an individual basis.
Each patient undergoes a comprehensive pain assessment process which forms the basis of their personalised chronic pain management plan. In some cases, this may include a combination of treatment options.