Carolina Pain Center

 

     Eskander Morkos, MD

     910-596-4288
     417 Vance Street
     2nd Floor, Suite C
     Clinton, NC 28328

 

Carolina Pain Center offers a multi-disciplinary approach to pain management. We are dedicated to helping our patients lead better and more comfortable lives by reducing or eliminating their pain, assisting them to return to work, and improving their ability to function in day-to-day lives. Each patient receives a thorough evaluation, after which we design a pain treatment program that may include one or more treatment options. Our goals for each patient are:

-To treat the source of the patient’s pain
-To promote healthy activities and preventive care
-To help patients attain a functional and productive lifestyle
-To coordinate multi-disciplinary approaches of treatment
-To focus on the patient’s physical and emotional well-being

We continue to work closely with the referring physician throughout the treatment of the patient, as well as with consulting physicians specializing in neurosurgery, orthopedics, physical therapy, and behavioral medicine.

Conditions Treated

Back pain 
Failed back surgery syndrome 
Neck and shoulder pain 
Muscle pain syndromes 
Whiplash injury 
 

Radiculopathy 
Neuralgia 
Myofascial pain 
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
 

Cancer pain
Musculoskelatal/Rheumatological 
Work-related injuries 
Neuropathic pain

Treatment Options

Medical management 
Selective nerve blocks 
Lumbar epidural injections 
Cervical epidural injections
Transforaminal epidural injections 
Caudal epidural injections 

Facet blocks 
Medial branch blocks 
Facet radiofrequency 
Discography 
Sacroiliac joint injections 
 

Sacroiliac joint radiofrequency 
Spinal cord stimulator trials 
Sympathetic blocks 
Peripheral nerve blocks 
Physical and occupational therapy


Eskander Morkos, M.D. serves as a medical director of the Carolina Pain Center.  Dr. Morkos is board-certified by the American Board of Anesthesiology in both Pain Management and Anesthesiology. He completed a fellowship in pain management at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

For more information please contact the Carolina Pain Center:

Phone: 910-596-4288
Address: 417 Vance Street, Suite C