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At Advanced Pain Management, the health and safety of our patients and staff is our number one priority, and we’re taking the prevention and treatment of Coronavirus (COVID-19) seriously. In this ever-changing environment, we have decided to close our Ambulatory Surgery Centers (ASCs) and outpatient clinics for the safety of our staff and patients. Patients with upcoming appointments or surgeries have been contacted. We are now offering virtual telemedicine and telephone appointments to our patients on an emergent basis. Patients should call the APM CARES line at (844) 354-7246  for prescription refill requests or any other questions.

Research and Clinical Trials

Research and Clinical Trials

Advanced Pain Management is at the forefront developing the pain treatments of the future. We conduct next-generation clinical trials and engage in research that has the potential to produce dramatic improvements in patient outcomes.



Lumbar Spinal Stenosis Spinous Spacer

The purpose of this postmarket registry study is to gather evidence that proves the effectiveness associated with the use of an indirect spinal decompression system.


Do you have leg, buttock, and groin pain?

Do you have numbness, weakness, cramping, or stiffness in the legs or buttocks?

Have difficulty walking or standing but experience relief when sitting or bending?

Have a diagnosis of lumbar spinal stenosis?

Are you 45 years of age or older?


Neurostimulation Therapy for Pain

The purpose of this prospective, multicenter, global registry is to prove the effectiveness of the commercially approved neurostimulation therapy for pain.


Do you have chronic pain?

Have had little or no relief from traditional therapies, surgeries, pain medications, or other pain management interventions?

Little or no relief from traditional Neurostimulation therapies, surgeries, pain medications, or other pain management therapies?

Is your pain holding you back from doing things you want to do?

For additional information contact our research coordinator at or (414) 325-3724