At Integrated Pain Consultants, we’ve always listened to our patients and we hear you—you want to see more videos about what we’re doing and the treatments available. Burned out from reading about pain management solutions? Want to enjoy a quick two-minute video while you wait in the drive-thru for your latte? We’ve got you, and that’s why we’re featuring scores of informative videos that let you really see what’s happening at IPC.
Check out our new YouTube station and subscribe today to make sure you catch all the newest videos on everything pain management related. We cover everything from chronic pain solutions to knee pain treatment options and tips for avoiding back pain during quarantine. We know that when you’re in pain, it can be tough to figure out your next best move but it’s pretty simple: You deserve to see a pain specialist in Phoenix who really understands pain and has the cutting-edge solutions to treat it.
It can be tough to understand all the terminology and scientific jargon related to pain treatments like ARP Wave Therapy and joint injections—especially when you’re in pain! It’s no wonder why videos are overtaking text when it comes to how we want to consume content. Video taps into more learning styles than text, especially for those of us who understand best when we see treatments rather than just read about them.
Plus, videos are usually quicker to consume than reading. That’s why we’ve made all of our videos short, sweet, and straight to the point. It’s easy to see exactly how a treatment works and we learn a lot by seeing a treatment performed on another patient. Plus, there’s no denying that we get a sense of comfort when we “meet” our providers in advance and can get a peek into what the clinic looks like.
Information is power, and with IPC’s new video series we’re putting that power in your hands. Be sure to comment on the videos that resonate with you or ask questions to get more information. Ready to take the next step? Schedule a detailed evaluation by booking your appointment online or calling Integrated Pain Consultants at (480) 626-2552.