The staff at California Headache and Pain Center commits to delivering medical excellence to our headache and pain patients and helping them regain the best possible quality of life.
Important Message to Potential Patients:
Don’t give up on the hope of controlling your headaches and chronic pain. We have treated many patients who are just like you. Please come and check us out; we may be able to help you too. It starts by simply giving a call to the California Headache and Pain Center.
Important facts about the California Headache and Pain Center:
We are particularly strong in diagnosing difficult cases in a comprehensive manner, which is the path to success in treatment.
We provide a multi-specialty treatment program in chronic headache and chronic pain care, combining the knowledge of Western and Eastern medicine. Our multidisciplinary approach is currently considered best practices in the field of successful treatment of headaches and chronic pain management.
Our patients come from all over the country, including New York, Maryland, Minnesota, Texas, South Carolina, Utah, Arizona, and many cities of California. We are grateful for their trust in the care they receive at our treatment center.
We are grateful for the trust from our colleagues; we receive referrals from medical facilities and institutions all over the country, including Stanford University, Cleveland Clinic, UCLA, USC, and Kaiser Permanente.
Our goal is to help patients break the daily headache cycle, reduce headache frequency and severity by 50% or more, reduce pain severity by 50% or more, and improve functional capacity by 50% or more.
This center primarily treats patients with conditions of:
Chronic Headache Disorders:
1. Chronic daily headache
2. Medication-overuse (rebound) headache
3. Chronic migraine
4. Chronic tension-type headache
5. Cervicogenic (neck triggered) headache
6. Cluster headache
7. High cerebral spinal fluid (CSF) pressure headache
8. Other types of headache
Chronic Pain Disorders:
1. Neck pain (herniac disc, facet joint arthropathy, nerve root impingement, failed neck surgery)
2. Back pain (herniac disc, spinal stenosis, facet joint arthropathy, nerve root impingement, failed back surgery)
3. Knee and Hip joint pain
4. Shoulder, elbow, hand and foot pain
5. Temporomandibular (TMJ) disorder
6. Facial Pain (trigeminal neuralgia, glossopharyngeal neuralgia, atypical facial pain)
7. Pelvic pain
8. Abdominal and groin pain
9. Neuropathic pain (diabetic, sciatic, etc)
11. Myofascial Pain Syndrome
12. Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS or RSD)
13. Phantom pain
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420 W. Las Tunas Drive
San Gabriel, CA 91776
Tel.: (626) 457-1688
Fax: (626) 457-1638