ARP Wave Therapy

ARP stands for Accelerated Recovery Performance. It’s a therapy that works well for patients who need quick recovery from chronic or acute injuries. The ARP wave therapy device is FDA-approved and allows you to get back to work and your daily routine in a short time frame. One of the greatest benefits of this therapy is that it can search out the...

What’s the difference between a general physician (GP) and a pain doctor? A lot of extra education, training, and specialized continuing education! Integrated Pain Consultants is home to your pain doctor in Phoenix, where patients have access to up the minute research and information on the latest pain treatments and technologies. Reputable pain clinics can offer personalized treatment plans with...

When Integrated Pain Consultants added ARP Wave Therapy to the suite of pain treatment options, it quickly became a patient favorite. Touted by elite athletes as a game-changer, accelerated recovery performance therapy (ARP) is a type of electric muscle stimulation technology completely different from the electric muscle stimulation (EMS) from before. ARP can help with pain relief, rehab, and even...

ARP Wave Therapy is also known as Accelerated Recovery Performance therapy and is a favorite treatment for athletes and non-athletes alike. Available at Integrated Pain Consultants, ARP Wave Therapy is recommended for patients who want a fast recovery from both chronic and acute traumas. ARP Wave Therapy is FDA approved and has been shown to help patients get back to...

Have you ever wondered what a pain specialist does exactly? How are they different than your family physician? Integrated Pain Consultants specializes specifically in pain management, using a variety of traditional and alternative treatments and procedures that you won’t find at your average general physician’s clinic. What a pain specialist does is treat all types of pain, chronic and acute,...

Work injuries are common no matter what type of work you do or from where. Integrated Pain Consultants routinely sees patients struggling with all kinds of work-related injuries, from broken bones caused by a slip and fall to carpal tunnel syndrome. Those who had worked from home pre-COVID might already be familiar with the health-related risks of telecommuting, like back...

ARP Wave Therapy has quickly become a popular treatment at Integrated Pain Consultants, where Dr. Seth was recently voted the “Top Doc in Pain Management” for the region. Paul Batura, a renowned long-distance runner, is one of the many recent “recruits” to ARP Wave Therapy and shared his pain management journey with Fox News. According to the 47-year-old, he’s ran...

If you’ve spent any time perusing the Integrated Pain Consultants website, you know we have a lot of alternative therapies for pain management that are non-invasive or minimally invasive. We’re home to Dr. Nikesh Seth, voted “Top Doc” every year since 2019 and the Top Doc in Pain Management for 2019 as voted by his peers—and you don’t want anyone...

Pain is part of life, and it’s what tells us when there’s a trauma and a part of our body needs attention—sometimes medical attention for back pain, neck pain, joint pain and more. Integrated Pain Consultants is committed to helping patients manage their pain by using alternative and holistic approaches. Many times, this helps patients avoid potentially dangerous treatments like...

If you have CRPS, also known as complex regional pain syndrome, there’s a good chance you’d never even heard about it before you were diagnosed (or began your own online sleuthing to figure out why you were in so much pain). It’s an elusive disorder that is often misdiagnosed, but the pain is treatable at Integrated Pain Consultants. Our practice...

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