- ADDRESS 7518 Cypress Gardens Blvd, Winter Garden, FL 33884
- HOURS OF OPERATION Monday - Friday | 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
- PHONE (863) 508-1340
- SPECIALTIES Pain Management, Winter Haven - Florida Pain Relief Group
Winter Haven, Florida residents who suffer with chronic pain have seen firsthand it interferes with their ability to work,sleep, and simply enjoy time with friends and family. Chronic pain can rob life of its joy and its meaning.
For most chronic pain sufferers, simple over-the-counter remedies such as aspirin or ibuprofen do not do the trick. They need more, and that is what we offer at the Winter Haven Pain Management Center. Our treatments are proven to be effective. The sooner you schedule a consultation with us, the sooner you will be able to start enjoying life’s simple pleasures again.
Our pain management specialists rank among some of the most experienced in Florida. We avail ourselves of the latest diagnostic technology as well as interventional therapies. Our goal is to work alongside with you to help you first identify why you are experiencing the pain, then help you to either completely eliminate the pain, reduce the frequency and intensity of the pain, as well as teach you how to manage the pain.
Take US-98 heading south. Then head east on FL-570. Continue onto FL-540 E. Turn right onto US-17 heading north. Take a right on FL-540 E/Cypress Gardens Blvd. After 6.2 miles, you will see the clinic on your right.
From Lake Wales:
Head north on US-27. Turn left onto FL-540 W/Cypress Gardens Blvd. You will see the clinic on the left side after traveling one mile.
From Haines City/US-27:
Head south on US-27. Turn right onto FL-540 W/Cypress Gardens Blvd. You will see the clinic on the left side after traveling one mile.
OUR STAFF IS DEDICATED TO PAIN
MANAGEMENT RESEARCH AND PAIN MANAGEMENT EDUCATION. WE ARE CONSISTENTLY SEEKING MORE EFFECTIVE TREATMENTS AND THERAPIES TO HELP YOU GET BACK TO LIVING THE LIFE YOU DESERVE.
OUR WINTER HAVEN FLORIDA CLINIC
IS FOCUSED ON PROVIDING PAIN RELIEF THAT DOES NOT SOLELY RELY ON PRESCRIPTIONS. OUR INTERVENTIONAL PAIN MANAGEMENT IS A MULTIDISCIPLINARY APPROACH THAT HAS ALLOWED US, ALONG WITH OUR SISTER CLINICS THROUGHOUT THE STATE, TO DELIVER LONG-TERM PAIN RELIEF TO
THOUSANDS OF INDIVIDUALS.
WE REALIZE THAT AT TIMES IT IS
NECESSARY TO USE PRESCRIPTION MEDICATION AS A WAY OF HELPING YOU ON THE ROAD TO RECOVERY. YET THIS IS DONE SPARINGLY AND CAUTIOUSLY.
YOU ARE AN INDIVIDUAL. THE PAIN
THAT YOU FEEL IS UNIQUELY YOURS. FOR THIS REASON, WE ARE COMMITTED TO PROVIDING YOU INDIVIDUAL THERAPIES THAT HAVE BEEN PERSONALIZED TO MEET YOUR NEEDS. WE WARMLY INVITE YOU TO VISIT OUR OFFICES.
YOU CAN LIVE A PAIN-FREE LIFE.
LET US SHOW YOU HOW.
Having a back infusion, and multiple Rhizotomies my mind couldn’t help but focus on the pain. It didn’t help that I would get everyday questions asking about my levels of pain everyday either. Feeling like a life long patient and not a person, I quickly became depressed. Not having any idea of what was going on with me; Dr. Caruso was able to read me like a book. He talked to me like a normal person, and we had more meaningful conversations than I’ve had with family members in months. During our sessions, I noticed that I was focused on the positive things about life, and the pain would dissipate for the time being. Dr. Caruso showed me how to use these conversational techniques to keep conversations on a more positive note, which greatly reduced my pain.
After having multiple operations, and being on several pain medications, I started to think there would never be a solution to my pain. When I visited Dr. Caruso, he noted my depression, and was concerned about my lack of ambition to live. He started to ask me about what excited me in life, which I had trouble answering at first. After a couple of sessions I could answer that question, and I re-gained my motivation to run my business. I was able to keep my mind off the pain by keeping it busy with running my business.
After suffering an injury on the job, I started to experience everyday pain in my leg. I was confined to a wheelchair during my recovery, and I was convinced I would be in a wheelchair for the rest of my life. When I started physical therapy, I experienced excruciating pain and stopped going. While living with the pain, I visited Dr. Caruso where he understood what I was going through. He explained that physical therapy had a traumatic effect on me, and now I feared movement of my injured area because I didn’t want to intensify the pain. Using a tactic to reward me every time I moved, I slowly started to strengthen my legs. Though they were only baby steps, I’ve been able to take my first steps without any assistance for the first time in months.