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St. Vincent Charity Establishes Pain Management Clinic to Provide Balanced Treatment for Pain

In a comprehensive effort to improve patient overall health and quality of life, St. Vincent Charity Medical Center has partnered with Pain Management Group to open a new center offering a balanced treatment plan to address chronic and acute pain. The center, which opened Oct. 16, is a department of the hospital providing comprehensive diagnostic and individualized treatment plans that incorporate a variety of modalities, including physical therapy, nerve blocks, spinal injections, medication management and referral for alternative treatment. Acute and chronic conditions treated at St. Vincent Pain Management Center will include those caused by neck and back pain, headaches, fibromyalgia, chronic pelvic pain, complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS), nerve damage, as well as pain associated with arthritis, muscle spasms, and shingles. ...Continue →

RNC Traffic Information

Check back for the latest traffic information throughout the week of the Republican National Convention. ...Continue →

New options for spine surgery can cure that pain in your neck

Total disc replacement is a minimally invasive technique that preserves motion ...Continue →

Dr. Rob McLain discusses spinal fusion: What is it and when is the right choice?

The most important question your spine doctor will ask is, "Where does it hurt?" ...Continue →

St. Vincent Charity leases Independence Surgery Center

St. Vincent Charity Surgery Center adds outpatient surgery facility to medical center ...Continue →

Live from the OR, it's total knee replacement surgery

St. Vincent Charity Medical Center takes viewers into surgery through unique partnership ...Continue →

Watch a total knee replacement online

If you missed our live tweet of a total knee replacement, you can see the full surgery and watch video and read about our patient's journey online at www.cleveland.com/knee. St. Vincent Charity ...Continue →

Consumer Reports unveils new hospital surgery rating system

This morning, Consumer Reports released its new hospital surgery rating system, giving a safety rating for 2,464 hospitals nationally. Using Medicare claims data from 2009-2011 for patients 65 and ...Continue →