Welcome to Willow Pain and Wellness
At Willow Pain and Wellness, we utilize a comprehensive, multimodal approach to the management of a multitude of chronic painful conditions, including procedural, medical, psychotherapeutic, and rehabilitative efforts.
Treatment of Chronic Pain
Types of Pain
Willow has experience treating:
- spine pain
- nerve pain
- spinal stenosis
- cancer pain
- myofascial pain
- and more
Dr. Kinard has performed over 30,000 diagnostic/therapeutic treatments such as:
- epidural steroid injections
- peripheral nerve blocks
- sacroiliac joint injections
- radiofrequency thermal ablation
- spinal cord stimulation
- facet injection
- lumbar sympathetic plexus blocks
- trigger point injections
Willow understands that depression, anxiety, and PTSD affects both the mind and the body, causing lack of sleep, changes in appetite, fatigue, headaches, and pain as well as feelings of despair and helplessness. Ketamine is an anesthetic drug that has been found to have value in treating mental health disorders and chronic pain when given in low doses by infusion.
In general, any treatment that stimulates or improves the body’s ability to heal is a “regenerative” therapy. Long term damage leads to tendons and joints that are chronically inflamed. Because of the damage, these structures are unable to progressively heal themselves. This chronic damage leads to scar tissue formation, decreased blood flow to the area, and subsequently…poor healing ability. Traditional types of medical treatments are steroids, NSAIDs, physical therapy, orthotic inserts, etc. Doctors use these to either decrease inflammation, or decrease further damage to the area. These methods can help assist the healing process, but still rely on the damaged tissue’s ability to heal, which is often compromised. During your consultation, Dr. Kinard will discuss various options including stem cell and amniotic fluid products which are non-FDA approved for this particular use and, therefore, typically not a covered service by your health insurance provider.
Willow Pain and Wellness is now offering Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) for opioid dependence in our Oxford, MS location. If you or someone you know is struggling with opioid use please call our office for further information. Our team will be happy to speak with you about our program which offers respectful, compassionate outpatient treatment, including counseling.