New Jersey’s Best Pain Management

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New Jersey's Top Pain Management Center

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About Premier Pain

Premier Pain Centers, established in New Jersey in 2000, is among the most comprehensive centers for the treatment of acute and chronic pain in the world. The center provides cutting edge therapies and treatments for its patients. Premier Pain Centers is firmly committed to helping people manage their pain, and specializes in obtaining dramatic results in pain management without the need for major surgery.

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Our Areas of Expertise

  • Low back pain
  • Spinal stenosis
  • Vertebral Compression Fractures
  • Cervical and lumbar facet joint disease
  • Sciatica/Radiculopathy (“pinched nerve”)
  • Sacroiliac joint disease
  • Motor Vehicle Accident
  • Workers Compensation

Hear What Our Patients Are Saying 

If you’re in pain, Dr. O’Hara is the doctor you want. I was diagnosed with RSD (Complex Regional Pain Syndrome), then a rare condition. Dr. O’Hara has been able to keep me comfortable and able to work full time. His Physician Assistant Mark Cattell is GREAT! He does my follow up care. I wouldn’t have had any quality of life without them!
-R.M.D, Premier Pain
Just wanted to let you know that Premier Pain Centers not only have good doctors like Dr. Walia, but also a very professional staff who is very responsive. Thanks!
J.O., Monmouth County, Dr. Walia
The portal to a successful practice is via the staff that “mans” it for the doctors. Dr. Sean Li’s staff has been very well chosen for pleasant attitudes, overall competence, sincere caring/concern for the needs of the patients who walk through his office portals. Thank you all, but special thanks to Mark (PA) Iman, Bryant, Regina and with my sincere apologies to any staff who have been helpful and whose name I may have forgotten. Dr. Li is extremely patient while explaining procedures and diagnosis.
THANK YOU ALL!
Carol Weiss

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Shrewsbury: (732) 380-0200
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Freehold: (732) 431-9544
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Brick: (732) 458-0322
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East Brunswick: (732) 254-0883
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Old Bridge: (732) 431-9544
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Toms River: (732) 431-9544
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Understanding Failed Back Surgery Syndrome

Understanding Failed Back Surgery Syndrome As frustrating a condition as they come, failed back surgery syndrome plagues thousands of people after surgery complications every year. With that in mind, Premier Pain is taking patients on a closer look at the condition and its common causes.   What is Failed Back [...]

Different Types of Spinal Cord Stimulation

Different Types of Spinal Cord Stimulation Anyone that has dealt with unrelenting neuropathic pain knows the daily struggles it causes. For many, going without treatment leaves them unable to accomplish basic tasks or worse, completely debilitated. Spinal cord stimulation has been a tool used by pain physicians for nearly 50 [...]

6 Effective Treatments for Occipital Neuralgia

What is Occipital Neuralgia and How is it Treated? Image via Public Domain Pictures If you live with occipital neuralgia, or know someone with the compromising condition, then you’re well aware of how frustrating, uncomfortable and difficult it can be. Often confused with migraines and tension headaches, the disorder is [...]

Natural Relief for Occipital Neuralgia

Alternative Therapies for Occipital Neuralgia Occipital neuralgia is a condition that is characterized by chronic pain in the locations of the lesser and greater occipital nerves. People with this condition experience pain in the upper neck, back of the head and behind the eyes. While many people choose to have [...]

5 Ways to Cope with Phantom Limb Pain

Image via Flickr How to Deal with Problematic Symptoms and Discomfort Common among amputees, phantom limb pain occurs when pain, discomfort or any other type of negative sensation stems from a lost limb. It has the severity to become a chronic condition for some, while affecting others only on occasion. [...]

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