FOR REFERRING PROVIDERS

We are proud to congratulate Dr. McHugh for being recognized as one of Nashville's Top Doctors by Nashville Lifestyles Magazine. He has received Top Doctors recognition several years in the past, along with recognition from U.S. News & World Report and Castle Connolly. He is a board-certified pain management and physical medicine and rehabilitation physician...

Back pain is always frustrating. It can be even worse when you don't know the cause. Fortunately, there's an interventional procedure that can help diagnose the cause of persistent, severe back pain. Learn more about discography....

An ESI is a common, minimally invasive procedure that involves the injection of both a local anesthetic and a steroid medication into the lowest portion of the epidural space to help reduce inflammation and relieve pain. Who is a candidate?...

Our spotlight procedure for May is the Radiofrequency Ablation. This minimally-invasive procedure is most commonly offered to patients with neck or back pain from facet joint problems like arthritis or injury and reduces or eliminates the pain of damaged facet joints by disrupting the medial branch nerves that carry the pain signals. ...

Our Centennial office has moved! We are now located at 2222 State Street, Suite C in Nashville. The Pain Management Group offers a full range of chronic and acute pain care. Call us today to schedule an appointment in our new Centennial office....

The Pain Management Group is proud to welcome Jonathan Tran, MD, to its growing group of pain management specialists. Dr. Jonathan Tran is a physical medicine, rehabilitation and pain management doctor in Nashville, Tennessee....

The Pain Management Group is expanding to better serve our patients. We are pleased to welcome three new pain management physicians to our growing practice. ...

We’re excited to announce our FOUR NEW locations--Centennial, Clarksville, Cookeville and Gallatin—now, with a total of TEN locations throughout the region—PMG is Tennessee’s largest, dedicated, pain management practice....

Ease in access is vital for the referring office—The Pain Management Group makes it is as easy as 1-2-3!  It’s your choice—THREE convenient ways to refer your patients!...

Understanding how the food and drinks you consume affect your blood sugar level can help you manage one of the most common complications from uncontrolled diabetes: peripheral neuropathy pain. Symptoms include tingling, burning, sensitive to the touch, numbness/weakness or a cold sensation either in the feet or hands, according to the American Diabetes Association (ADA). Check out these tips for better managing diabetic nerve pain in your hands and feet. ...