We take care of a patient from beginning to end. When we talk about a patient-centered approach we look at the patient as a whole. We don’t necessarily repeat what they’ve had done. Sometimes pain presents differently, and we like to treat the pain and the patient, not just their findings. While other approaches usually like to get patients in and out with procedures or medications, our approach is to use many different methods in order to treat the patient as a whole. This includes therapy, medications, procedures and, sometimes, cognitive-behavioral therapy.