Anodyne Pain & Wellness Solutions of Westerville, Ohio, is a healthcare provider focused on non-opioid, non-surgical treatment of acute & chronic pain. Our philosophy is to isolate the cause of your pain, not to treat the symptoms. We work with you to create a wellness plan that addresses immediate and specific issues while creating a long term plan to improve your health and well being by treating the actual problem. And we do it naturally, using no prescription medications while trying to avoid surgical procedures, whenever possible. We do not believe in providing temporary relief while the underlying problem can actually get worse over time, eventually leading to surgical procedures which could have been avoided.
Anodyne provides a wide variety of medical services to help its patients regain their health and wellness with the goal of leading a more balanced lifestyle. Our practice is a medically-integrated, full-spectrum pain management care facility, providing treatment based on Physical Medicine, Traditional Medicine, and Functional Medicine. Our team includes highly skilled physicians, board-certified in pain management, anesthesiology, neurology, sleep medicine, and headache medicine, along with behavioral therapists, nurses and a variety of staff members who work seamlessly to develop a successful treatment plan for each patient in our care.
We don’t just treat a number on a lab result, each individual patient requires their own unique treatment plan. We approach your needs with restoring cellular function in mind. Every cell operates with a specific purpose and as we are exposed to constant toxins and stress, our cells aren’t able to function at their fullest capacity. The more we can do to restore cellular function, the more we help your body get the most out of itself, and the better a person feels today as well as in the future. Our approach is designed to create sustained, long-lasting results that can be felt.
Physical medicine and rehabilitation (PM&R), also known as physiatry or rehabilitation medicine, aims to enhance and restore functional ability and quality of life to those with physical impairments or disabilities affecting the brain, spinal cord, nerves, bones, joints, ligaments, muscles, and tendons. A physician having completed training in this field is referred to as a physiatrist. Unlike other medical specialties that focus on a medical “cure,” the goals of the physiatrist are to maximize patients’ independence in activities of daily living and improve quality of life.