CCPMR Phone: 209-824-4400
FOR APPOINTMENTS CALL: 209-824-4400
California Center of Pain Medicine and Rehabilitation are physicians who specialize in preventing and relieving pain. The physicians who staff the California Center of Pain Medicine and Rehabilitation are diplomats of the American Board of Pain Medicine. They then had to pass a rigorous set of exams. Many have also taken another year of specialized training in the care of chronic pain patients and passed additional exams to receive special Certification in Pain Management from the American Board of Specialty
Before calling the California Center of Pain Medicine and Rehabilitation you should first see your personal physician. If treatment has been unsuccessful, you may then request a referral from a physician. To schedule an appointment, call (209) 824-4400.
If you have personal copies of your medical records, including x-rays or other pictures that may have been taken, please bring them with you to the appointment. If possible, ask any doctors who may have treated you previously for copies of your medical records, including x-rays or other tests. If you are on any medication, be sure you know the names of each pill and how much is used each day. It's a good idea to bring the medication with you in case you need to take a dose later in the day. Wear loose, comfortable clothing.
California Center of Pain Medicine and Rehabilitation physicians will talk with you about your pain and medical history, review your past medical records, and conduct a physical examination. Sometimes they may need to perform special diagnostic tests to help pinpoint the cause of your pain. They will then discuss their diagnosis with you and outline treatment options. Their goal is to tailor a treatment plan specific to your problems and needs. In many cases, you may be able to start treatment right away. Sometimes, however, you may have a return visit to follow through with treatment options.
The California Center of Pain Medicine and Rehabilitation provides specialty care for patients suffering from a variety of conditions. A comprehensive list of conditions that are treated would be beyond the scope of this website. An abbreviated list detailing some of the more common problems is provided below. If you have any questions regarding a condition not listed, consider contacting us by phone or email
Pain resulting from or involved in diseases related to:
Types of Pain
Pain Due To Illness or Injury
Neuropathic Pain Syndrome
Central Pain Syndromes
Post Surgical Pain
Mixed Pain Disorders
Please call our office to schedule an office visit.
Please call your insurance company as it is important that they get your feedback. During your conversation with the insurance company please ask them to send you their most recent drug formulary and bring it to your next appointment. If your medication is not covered, please ask the pharmacy to contact our office so that we may obtain a prior authorization for the medication.
Any Schedule II medication refill requires an office visit. Please be sure to schedule your appointments 5-7 days prior to running out of these medications or you may risk not obtaining your refill in time.
All other prescriptions can be refilled by calling the pharmacy. The pharmacy will contact our office via fax or phone to request a refill authorization. Please allow 72 hours for this process to be completed.
Please call our office to schedule an office visit and inform the scheduler that you will be bringing forms to be filled out. Please have your portion filled out prior to your office visit.
This is not uncommon, but keep in mind it is temporary. Please refer to the discharge instructions given to you by the procedure room (fluoroscopy suite). If you have leg or arm weakness, loss of bowel or bladder control, or begin to run a fever over 100 degrees Fahrenheit, please go to the emergency room for evaluation.
Unfortunately side effects are common and often temporary. If your side effects are severe such as shortness of breath, tightness in the chest or throat, trouble swallowing, rash, or changes in your mental status, please discontinue your medication immediately and go to the emergency room for evaluation. If your side effects include sedation, dizziness, or nausea, please call our office for the next available appointment.
Any new pain should be evaluated by your primary care provider, emergency room or simply call someone on our medical staff. Please call the office to schedule the next available appointment.
California Center Pain Medicine & Rehabilitation
1144 Norman Drive, Manteca, California 95336, United States
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