The Center for Pain Management
Chronic pain can control one’s life, disrupting work, sleep and family. When basic remedies are not working, Wheeling Hospital’s Center for Pain Management can help.
The Center’s goal is to get patients moving again and back to living a normal life.
There are a number of treatments that can reduce chronic pain. Using a multidisciplinary approach, the Center’s specialists apply proven, minimally-invasive interventional pain management techniques to address the problem.
- Pain of the back, neck, shoulder, hip and knee.
- Herniated, slipped and bulging discs.
- Spinal stenosis.
- Radiculopathies and pinched nerves.
- Pain after back surgery (postlaminectomy pain syndrome).
- Neuopathic pain.
- Muscle pain and spasms.
- Sacroilitis and sacroiliac joint dysfunction.
- Nerve pain.
- Neuropathies from diabetes.
- Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS).
- Occipital neuralgia.
- Trigeminal neuralgia and facial pain.
- Cancer pain.
- Phantom limb pain (amputation pain).
- Vertebral compression fractures.
- And other pain types.
Dr. Adam Tune is board certified in interventional pain management and anesthesiology. He received his medical degree at the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio. His residency at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) in categorical anesthesiology had a clinical focus on pain medicine and regional anesthesia. He completed a fellowship in interventional pain medicine at UPMC.
Prior to coming to Wheeling Hospital, Dr. Tune was medical director of the Division of Pain Medicine at St. Clair Hospital in Pittsburgh.
Dr. Tune is board certified by the American Board of Anesthesiology/Pain Management.
The Center for Pain Management is located in Tower 4, Suite 507. Dr. Tune is accepting new patients and can be reached at 304-243-3965.