About Us

What We Do

We are committed to alleviating pain, restoring health and improving quality of life. Our goal is to help our patients live healthier lives while gaining control over their pain.

 

 

Why We’re Different

“If the only tool you have is a hammer, every problem will look like a nail”
– Anonymous

 

The problem with many approaches to painful conditions is that one size does not fit all. Many pain clinics have a single modality that is emphasized, when, in fact, most pain problems require a multimodal approach. For example, treating chronic back pain often requires more than just medications, physical therapy or injections. As a patient, you need to find the best physician who is trained and experienced in all pain therapies.

Dr. Nelson is the most experienced interventional pain physician in the Puget Sound area. He has performed tens of thousands of interventional procedures over the past 28 years. His stellar reputation, outstanding skills and caring personality have been instrumental in gaining patient loyalty.

At Conquering Your Pain, we not only have expertise in all interventional pain and Regenerative Medicine, we truly care about each patient and advocate for them. Along with interventional Pain and Regenerative Medicine, we have a longstanding collaboration with other medical providers including chiropractors, acupuncturists, naturopathic physicians as well as orthopedic spine surgeons, neurologists/neurosurgeons and physiatrists/rehab medicine specialists. It is also critical to have a logical and methodical treatment plan instead of using a chaotic, one size fits all approach. Our team at Conquering Your Pain will offer you a treatment plan designed specifically for you.

The Importance of Precision Diagnosis

We have seen many patients that do not have a clear picture of their pain diagnosis or have not been given a satisfactory explanation of the source of their pain problem. We go the “extra mile” to go over your medical history, physical exam as well as diagnostic tests including previous x-rays and MRIs. Often additional testing or diagnostic procedures may be required. Many patients may have more than one “pain generator”. Educating our patients regarding their diagnosis, prognosis, as well as treatment options, is one of the most important aspects of the overall treatment plan.