Pain & Spine Center of Charlottesville offers advanced and innovative modalities regarding pain management and treatments for patients who suffer from chronic pain. We also offer interventional procedures and medications that are provided by our highly trained and experienced anesthesiologist Charlottesville VA and pain management doctors Charlottesville VA.
Pain & Spine Center’s primary physician, Dr. Akhtar Purvez, believes in working with his patients and their families to both come up with and follow up on a multi-modality treatment plan for a wide variety of pain conditions. Whether it’s knee pain or back pain in Charlottesville VA, if you are suffering from chronic pain, you have the right to fight it and get your life back, and we can help.
Let Pain & Spine Center in Charlottesville VA treat and help manage your pain with the modalities we offer. We can help you live pain-free and better your condition!
If you are in need of pain management in Charlottesville VA we are here to help you. The following conditions we provide treatment for are:
Our pain management in Charlottesville VA treatments include:
For more information regarding pain management or treatment of chronic pain, call Pain & Spine Center in Charlottesville VA at 434-328-2774 to speak with one of our pain management doctors in Charlottesville VA.
Charlottesville is an independent city in the Commonwealth of Virginia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 43,475. It is the county seat of Albemarle County, which surrounds the city, though the two are separate legal entities. It is named after the British Queen Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz.
The Bureau of Economic Analysis combines the city of Charlottesville with Albemarle County for statistical purposes, bringing the total population to 118,398. The city is the heart of the Charlottesville metropolitan area which includes Albemarle, Fluvanna, Greene and Nelson counties.
Charlottesville is best known as the home to two U.S. Presidents, Thomas Jefferson and James Monroe; while both served as Governor of Virginia, they lived in Charlottesville and traveled to and from the capitol (Richmond, Virginia) along the 71-mile (114 km) historic Three Notch’d Road. Close by is the historical home of a third U.S. President, James Madison, in Orange. It is also known as the home of the University of Virginia, which is one of the most historically prominent colleges in the United States and, along with Monticello, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The latter, Jefferson’s mountain-top home, attracts approximately half a million tourists every year.