Our providers have temporarily changed their schedules until further notice:
Monday- Wednesday: 7:30 am - 6:30 pm
Dr. Gregory Condie
Scott Hadfield PA-C
Paula Weaver PA-C
Thursday-Saturday: 7;30 am - 6;30 pm
Dr. Steven Pulley
Corey Dahl PA-C
Tracy Holley PA-C
The Best Interventional Pain Clinic In Utah
At Omega Interventional Pain Clinic, we combine multidisciplinary approach with compassionate care to specialize in the treatment of acute and chronic pain.
Our focus is the patient. Every patient is an individual whose experience of pain is unique. Our philosophy is to tailor the treatment plan to the individual.
We understand pain from the inside out. We know pain has many facets that require an interdisciplinary, multi-modal approach.
We understand that medical technology is invariably improving and we stay at the cutting edge of pain relieving treatments. This commitment to constant scientific discovery enables us to deliver state-of-the-art innovations to treat pain. The outcome for patients is the quickest access to the newest treatments and technology.
Omega Pain Management Clinic services provided
Pain Management Medication Therapy
We understand that chronic pain affects not only you, but also your relationships and those around you. Over time it may also begin to impact your job, physical and recreational activities, your emotional well-being, and even the ability to perform simple day to day tasks.
Each person is different, and our team of seven providers work hard to create an individualized treatment plan that will best suit the individual. The ideal ending to treatment would be to have each patient off pain medication all together.
We understand that for some patients this is unrealistic, and for those who require long term treatment, our goal is to bring as much relief as possible so that the patient can become more physically active, perform day to day activities, possibly return to work, and more importantly, enjoy life again.
Interventional Pain Management Procedures
Through the use of our onsite, sterile procedure suite, we are able to offer a variety of interventional procedures to our patients. These procedures, when used in conjunction with medication therapy, provide increased efficacy and pain relief as opposed to any one treatment when used on their own.
We offer these procedures every day that the clinic is open. To learn more about the treatments that we offer, please look under the Patient Center tab above.
Suboxone Addiction Therapy Program
Suboxone is a medication-assisted treatment for opioid and heroin addiction. When accompanied by patient education and counseling, this medication can allow the patient to regain a normal state of mind, free of withdrawal, cravings and the drug induced highs and lows of addiction.
Each of our providers is trained and participate in our Suboxone treatment program. If you feel that you could benefit from this program please contact our office or talk to your provider.
For patients who do not respond to other conservative forms of treatment, there are a number of surgical options available. We offer personalized treatment plan that is best suited for each individuals needs.
Conditions treated include:
Neck & Back Pain
Brain & Spinal Tumors
Complex Spine Disorders
Scoliosis & Deformity
Spinal Cord Injury
Spinal Cord Stimulators
Intrathecal Pain Pumps
Vagal Nerve Stimulators
Minimally Invasive Procedures
Spinal Cord Surgery
Axios Research, LLC is dedicated to researching the most innovative pharmaceutical products that will provide the best benefits to our patients. Collectively, our team has over 20 years of experience in various fields of research. We are committed to helping our patients and our community with leading advancements in pain management.
We are an award-winning, small research company that works as a research site and provides CRO capabilities to smaller Sponsor companies. Our main focus is to conduct excellent research that is in compliance with the Code of Federal Regulations, Good Clinical Practices, and ALCOAA.
CRPS (Complex Regional Pain Syndrome)
Low Back Pain
Up coming research:
Device for chronic pain