Advanced Sports & Spine in Charlotte offers a professional and holistic approach to interventional pain management using non-surgical, non-opiate methods. To establish continuity of care, you will see the same physiatrist during your clinical visits.
We put our patients first! We provide a holistic approach to help alleviate pain and discomfort. Our goal is to find the origin of your pain. Once the cause is identified, we utilize a combination of exercise and diet to complement medical and interventional pain management sessions.
Without the use of surgery and downtime, we aim to help you get back to living your life with improved body functionality and mobility as quickly as possible.
MODERN MEDICAL FACILITIES
At Advanced Sports & Spine, the majority of our pain management procedures are performed in our Charlotte office. We use state-of-the-art equipment. Our ultrasound and fluoroscopic guidance techniques ensure accuracy, help limit complications, and increase success rates.
Our private practice is not annexed to or owned by a hospital facility, hence, we are a non-facility fee office. Thus, our patients pay less compared to having the procedure performed at a hospital. We also ensure minimal wait times in a comfortable environment.
At Advanced Sports & Spine, we ensure fast, safe, effective, and reliable pain management treatment to help you get back to your way of life. Here are some of the best non-surgical, non-opiate interventional pain management programs in Charlotte, NC that we offer:
COOLIEF* cooled radiofrequency treatment in genicular neurotomy
PRP therapy and stem cell treatment in regenerative medicine
Back, head and joint pain management
Back and neck arthritis treatment
Dr. James Deering is a fellowship trained, board-certified interventional pain physician at Carolinas Pain Institute and Center for Clinic Research in Charlotte. After completing his residency training in Anesthesiology at the University of Virginia and becoming a board-certified anesthesiologist, he went on to serve as an officer in the United States Air Force. Dr. Deering served as the Director of Regional Anesthesia at Wright Patterson Medical Center in Ohio and was an Assistant Professor in the Department of Surgery at Wright State University. He deployed to Iraq on a forward surgical team, where he resuscitated numerous combat casualties and earned an Air Force Commendation Medal.
After serving in the military, Dr. Deering completed his fellowship training in pain medicine at Wake Forest University. He is engaged in multiple research studies in the areas of spinal cord stimulation and radiofrequency ablation. He specializes in advanced interventional pain management techniques to address a multitude of painful conditions. His goal is to provide compassionate care to all of his patients and help them return to the activities they had enjoyed before being limited by chronic pain.
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Charlotte, NC 28211
We manage our patients’ pain utilizing an integrative, multimodal treatment strategy, and won’t give up until they are satisfied with their pain management with improved function. We customize a treatment plan for each patient using state-of-the-art technology in our office to treat pain before it progresses. We treat the full spectrum of conditions including: back pain, neck pain, sciatica, fibromyalgia, arthritis migraines/headaches, joint pain, hip pain, diabetic nerve pain, CRPS (RSD), tendonitis, acute and chronic pain, sports/work/auto injuries, failed back surgery syndrome, among other conditions not listed. Dr. Manvar is double-board certified in Anesthesiology and Pain Management and has been practicing in Charlotte since 2017. We strive to get referrals scheduled immediately. Majority of interventional therapies are performed in the office, eliminating any associated hospital fees. All insurances accepted.
List of services: Interventions include: epidurals, facet joint, sacroiliac joint, radiofrequency ablation, large/small joint, sympathetic nerve, spinal cord stimulation, peripheral nerve stimulation, occipital nerve blocks, trigger point and Botox. Medication management.
Interventional Pain Management.
Anesthesiology, Pain Management