Integrated Pain Solutions
Welcome to Integrated Pain Solutions, or as we call it, IPS. We are glad that you are here. IPS was established in February 2012 by Dr. James Taylor and Ms. Jerri Patterson. Today we have over 15 providers with over a 100+ years of combined experience and 8 clinics in North Carolina ready to serve our patients who are in pain.
Are you in pain today? As providers and patients, we know firsthand that living with pain is complex. Pain is our mutual enemy! It can make you feel tired and irritable, limit your activity, prevent sleep, and lead to depression. Any of this sound familiar? Depression is common for those with chronic pain AND for those helping one manage their pain?
When we say firsthand...we mean several of our providers deal with longterm or chronic pain. Pain that has been in their life for years, some decades. So our approach to making life much better with pain is proven. Our team works to find the solution that helps you manage pain better and work continually to remove pain in your life.
Let Integrated Pain Solutions (IPS) help you or someone you care about take a giant leap forward to less pain. Please take a look around our website. There is a lot of great information here for you. If you like what you see, then see if we have a clinic near you and book an appointment with us.
Till then. We hope you have a great day!
Appointments are available. Call us today.
Are you in PAIN? At Integrated Pain Solutions, we understand that pain affects more than just the injured area. It affects your daily life in almost every way. We strive to improve your pain and bring JOY back into your day.
Living with Chronic Pain
If you have pain that lasts for more than six months, you have "chronic" pain. It's different from the temporary pain you feel when you hurt yourself. With chronic pain, you may not know why you are hurting. Your pain may affect your whole body and your mind, causing problems that ripple through every part of your life. But there is hope. Here are some tips to help you manage chronic pain.
If you take an active role in your care and follow your doctor's advice, you can learn to manage chronic pain and take back your life.
Exercising with chronic pain
We all know exercise is important for good health. But if you live with chronic pain, exercising can be hard. Pain often robs you of motivation. Some exercises may be too painful. But even with chronic pain, most people can exercise safely.
Exercise is important, but safe exercise is your goal. So take an active role in your health and follow your doctor's advice. You can exercise and keep your pain under control.
Managing your medication
Did you remember to take your pills this morning? Wait, do you take the oval pill with food, or without? It's easy to make a mistake with your medications if you aren't organized. But relax, these tips will help you manage your medications with no worries.
If you get organized and follow your doctor's instructions, you can manage your medications properly.