Live Pain-Free

The leading program of sports injuries and pain relief in Arkansas

The compassionate professionals at Arkansas Spine and Pain (ASAP), are dedicated to getting you back to the activities you love. We offer comprehensive diagnostic and treatment services for people who have sustained sports injuries or are living with chronic pain.

Holistic, Person-centered Care
  • Customized Treatment Plans

  • State-of-the-Art Procedures

  • World-class Specialists

  • Affordable Plans

  • By Referral Only

Is ASAP for you?

Arkansas Spine and Pain is referral only. Our patients come from the process of medical examinations to make sure that our treatments are right for you. If you are suffering from back or joint pain, ask your doctor about us.

Unlike acute pain, which hurts and then subsides, chronic pain is constant and persists for weeks, months or years. Chronic pain may also increase over time, or increase and then decrease back to its baseline acute or chronic pain. There tends to be an initial trigger, such as disease or injury. Common chronic pain complaints include cancer pain, lower back pain, joint pain, abdominal pain and headaches.

Most chronic pain sufferers tend to be older. According to the American Academy of Pain Medicine, more than 76 million Americans suffer from it. Chronic pain often causes a financial and emotional burden for the patient due to costly medical bills and taking time off from work. Chronic pain costs the U.S. workforce $1.2 billion a year in lost productivity.

Acute pain lasts only a short time, and is often related to an injury or illness. Acute pain should lessen naturally during the healing process.

Chronic pain, however, is an ongoing condition. Many people experience chronic pain in the neck, back or head. Chronic pain can also be caused by nerve damage, musculoskeletal injuries and conditions, or illness. Typically, the treatments that work for acute pain are not effective against chronic pain. The ASAP staff develop individually-tailored treatment plans for each patient to best manage their long-term condition.

For many, chronic pain is a part of daily life. At The ASAP, we understand the unique needs of pain patients. We’ll work with you, your primary care physician, and other appropriate support staff to help you reduce and manage your chronic pain.

The ASAP offers various treatments for a wide range of pain sufferers. If you live with chronic pain, you might benefit from our services. Discuss pain management options with your primary care physician. For more information on our services, please contact The ASAP at 501-227-0184.
Our Locations

Find an ASAP near you

Arkansas Spine and Pain has the most qualified pain treatment specialists in the state. We care about getting you into a healthy life where pain is not a factor. Our facilities are located across central Arkansas for convenience and to house the best staff to assist you in your needs.

Rediscover a pain-free life

If you are considering consulting a pain management doctor in Arkansas, contact us today.