Our Phoenix Pain Management is Accepting New Patients
Get connected with us today and begin your pain healing journey.
Our dedicated team is ready to help you regain control and rediscover the joy of living pain-free.
Begin the Journey of Healing from Chronic Pain
At Canyon Pain Center, new patients can expect a warm and welcoming environment focused on personalized care and pain relief. Upon arrival, our compassionate team will guide you through the initial paperwork and address any questions or concerns you may have.
Our skilled and attentive specialists will comprehensively assess your medical history, current symptoms, and lifestyle factors to better understand your unique pain experience. This holistic approach allows us to create an individualized treatment plan tailored to your needs and goals. We are dedicated to providing the highest level of care, utilizing evidence-based techniques to help you achieve lasting pain relief and improved quality of life. Embrace the journey to a pain-free existence at Canyon Pain Center, where your comfort and well-being are our top priorities.
New Pain Management Patient Process
1. Get a referral from a medical provider for pain management.
2. Call and let us know you’re interested in becoming a new patient.
3. Bring in your medical records, or come in and fill out a medical record request form so that we can request your records directly from your previous provider.
4. Submit a new patient packet to ensure we receive your medical records.
5. Your new patient appointment will be scheduled once all is done.
Frequently Asked Questions for New Patients
Yes, you need a referral. We are currently unable to see or establish any patients without a referral.
We accept pain management referrals from medical providers, including doctors and nurse practitioners. If your medical provider deems that you are in need of pain management, they can write you a referral.
Once we receive and review your medical records, we will have an new patient appointment for you established the following week.
To obtain past medical records, simply reach out to your previous medical providers directly. You can arrange to pick up your records in person. Alternatively, visit our office to sign a release to authorize our office to request the necessary records, in many cases, we can ask your medical provider to expedite the records so that you can get your appointment faster.