The Pain Management Institute is an MPSI practice managed by East Jefferson General Hospital.
The Pain Management Institute offers a multidisciplinary patient centered approach to the treatment of chronic pain, including surgical and non-surgical pain solutions such as: including physical therapy, cognitive therapy, medications and injections.
Pain Management is dedicated to helping those with chronic pain improve their quality of life by controlling their pain. Adequate pain control is important to an individual's physical and mental health. Untreated pain can cause lost sleep, depression, anxiety, irritability, lost productivity and the inability to do things they once enjoyed. Pain decreases the body's ability to fight disease and can prevent an individual from participating fully in his or her own care.
Just as there is no single source of pain, there is no single treatment that works for everything. The conditions listed below represent only a handful of the most commonly treated forms of pain treated at the Pain Management Institute. If you have pain of any kind that is impacting other aspects of your life, it is worthy of examination. The Pain Management Institute treats a number of different conditions including, but not limited to:
Low Back Pain
- Lumbar Radiculopathy
- Post-Operative Back Pain
- Degenerative Disc Disease
- Sacroiliac and Facet Joint Disease
- Vertebral Body Compression Fractures
- Peripheral Neuralgia
- Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy
- Post-Herpetic Neuralgia (Shingles)
- Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD/CRPS)
Robert McMyne, M.D.
Dr. McMyne received his Doctorate from Louisiana State University Medical School, completed his residency in physical medicine and rehabilitation from Louisiana State University and his fellowship in pain medicine from Louisiana State University. He began practicing in July 2013 at the Pain Management Institute at East Jefferson.
Joseph T Crapanzano Jr., M.D.
Dr. Joseph Crapanzano received his Doctorate from LSU Medical School and completed his residency in Anesthesiology from Charity Hospital in New Orleans, where he was Chief Resident. He is a member of the American Society of Anesthesiologist, Internal Anesthesia Research Society, Louisiana Society of Anesthesiologist and New Orleans Anesthesia Society. He is currently the President of Parish Pain Specialists and has more than twenty years of experience in Anesthesiology. Dr. Crapanzano has been recognized by New Orleans Magazine and Louisiana Life as a “Top Doctor” in Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine for ten consecutive years.