Treating patients in Santa Barbara and Satellite Locations. 

We are now offering PRP treatment and stem cell treatment that concentrates your body’s healing powers to help rebuild your damaged or diseased tissue.

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Pacific Pain Physicians

Interventional Pain Management Specialists located in Santa Barbara, CA & San Luis Obispo, CA

Pacific Pain Physicians in Santa Barbara, California, is the greater-tri-county’s leader in pain management care. We have a simple three-point mission: pinpoint the source of a patient’s pain using advanced diagnostic tests; use innovative, cutting-edge treatments to ease or eliminate pain; and teach patients skills to help them better cope with their pain.

The caring, compassionate medical team and bilingual support staff believe that by remaining steadfast to this mission, they not only can help their patients get their lives back by restoring function, but also provide something that their patients probably haven’t experienced in a very a long time: renewed hope.

The medical staff help patients who suffer from a variety of painful conditions, including migraines, whiplash injuries, back and neck pain, sciatica, occipital neuralgia, diabetic neuropathy, reflex sympathetic dystrophy syndrome (RSD), facet arthropathy, spine pain, spinal stenosis, joint pain, and cancer pain. The highly trained physicians use a diverse range of treatments to relieve pain so that patients can get back to living full, productive lives. Innovative treatments and procedures include kyphoplasty, ketamine infusion, radiofrequency ablation, platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injections, occipital nerve blocks, spinal cord stimulator implants, and stem cell treatments.

If you suffer from pain, call Pacific Pain Physicians in Santa Barbara, California, today and take back your life. Schedule your consultation by calling the office or booking online today.

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Pacific Pain Physicians

Pacific Pain Physicians in Santa Barbara, California, is the greater-tri-county’s leader in pain management care. We have a simple three-point mission: pinpoint the source of a patient’s pain using advanced diagnostic tests; use innovative, cutting-edge treatments to ease or eliminate pain; and teach patients skills to help them better cope with their pain.

The caring, compassionate medical team and bilingual support staff believe that by remaining steadfast to this mission, they not only can help their patients get their lives back by restoring function, but also provide something that their patients probably haven’t experienced in a very a long time: renewed hope.

The medical staff help patients who suffer from a variety of painful conditions, including migraines, whiplash injuries, back and neck pain, sciatica, occipital neuralgia, diabetic neuropathy, reflex sympathetic dystrophy syndrome (RSD), facet arthropathy, spine pain, spinal stenosis, joint pain, and cancer pain. The highly trained physicians use a diverse range of treatments to relieve pain so that patients can get back to living full, productive lives. Innovative treatments and procedures include kyphoplasty, ketamine infusion, radiofrequency ablation, platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injections, occipital nerve blocks, spinal cord stimulator implants, and stem cell treatments.

If you suffer from pain, call Pacific Pain Physicians in Santa Barbara, California, today and take back your life. Schedule your consultation by calling the office or booking online today.


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