Thank you for choosing Carolina Pain & Spine to participate in your medical care. Our comprehensive approach to Pain Management includes the Raleigh area’s most experienced team of board-certified physicians, nurse practitioners, physician’s assistants, registered nurses and support staff all working together to develop an individualized plan of care based on your specific needs. We begin with a comprehensive initial evaluation, diagnosis and ongoing treatment.
After your appointments, we will reinforce the team approach to your care by forwarding all of our clinical notes to your primary care and referring physicians.
Who We Treat
We develop individualized treatment plans for all of our patients. You can view more information about these conditions and treatment options by viewing our Patient Education Library or by clicking on the links in the Services section.
- Low Back Pain
- Neck Pain
- Discogenic and Radiculopathy Pain
- Sciatica and Nerve pain
- Neuropathic Pain
- Peripheral Neuropathy
- Complex Regional Pain Syndrome/RSD/CRPS
- Facet Pain
- Post-surgical Pain
- Cancer Pain
To schedule an appointment, please have your primary care or referring physician send us a referral request. If you would like to self-refer, please contact one of our three clinics and the staff will be happy to help you.
If you cannot keep an already scheduled appointment, please contact the clinic directly as soon as possible. Appointments that are cancelled with less than 24 hours’ notice are subject to a $50 cancellation fee which cannot be billed to insurance.
Patient Forms & Questionnaires
Download the new patent questionnaire for the office location where you will be seen. Bring the completed form to your visit.
- Existing Patient Form
- Duke Raleigh Hospital New Patient Questionnaire
- Rex Hospital New Patient Questionnaire
- WakeMed Cary New Patient Questionnaire
- View our Notice of Privacy Practices
Learn How to Make a Payment Online
Visit the American Anesthesiology Online Bill Pay Center to learn how to make an online payment.