Navigating Your Pain
However you describe your major or minor pain, you shouldn’t have to live with it. Our goal is to learn about your pain and direct you to the right specialists who will provide you with effective and appropriate care so you can take control of your pain.
Tell Us About It
- Click on your nearest pain point.
- Tell us about yourself.
- Answer three quick questions.
- Find out which Avera specialist is right for you.
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To help you find the right care, please fill out the following information about yourself.
Which of the following is more correct?
Based on your answers, we suggest you speak with one of our Avera Medical Group McGreevy expert primary care providers. Our outstanding and compassionate providers care for patients of all ages.
If you are confused about the source of your pain, an Avera McGreevy primary care provider will recommend a treatment plan, or give you the referral you need to see a professional who specializes in your particular type of pain.
Avera McGreevy offers services at South Dakota locations in Sioux Falls, Brandon, Harrisburg, Salem and Tea, and also in Larchwood, Iowa.
|Avera Medical Group McGreevy 7th Avenue||605-336-2140|
|Avera Medical Group McGreevy 69th & Western||605-322-5200|
|Avera Medical Group McGreevy Dawley Farm||605-322-2925|
|Avera Medical Group McGreevy Pediatrics South||605-322-1530|
|Avera Medical Group McGreevy Southeastern||605-371-1866|
|Avera Medical Group McGreevy West 41st Street||605-361-7208|
|Avera Medical Group McGreevy West Benson Road||605-322-1500|
|Avera Medical Group McGreevy Brandon||605-582-3853|
|Avera Medical Group McGreevy Harrisburg||605-213-8000|
|Avera Medical Group McGreevy Larchwood (Iowa)||712-477-2185|
|Avera Medical Group McGreevy Salem||605-425-2855|
|Avera Medical Group McGreevy Tea||605-368-9899|
Take the first step toward relieving your pain by contacting one of our trusted professionals at Avera Medical Group McGreevy. Call one of our locations above, or visit AveraMcGreevy.org for more information.
Based on your answers we suggest you speak with one of our Avera Neuroscience Institute Acute Spine Center experts. These specialists provide medical care to patients with neck, thoracic and back pain that began less than six months ago. If your pain is spine related, it is important to get the help you need early to prevent long-term issues.
When you visit the Acute Spine Center, you will meet with a spine navigator. This specialist will help you and your family through the diagnosis, treatment and recovery processes of acute spine conditions. Your care team will be ready to supply day-to-day information on recommended treatment plans and progress.
Avera Neuroscience Institute specialists meet regularly to share knowledge and information about the latest and most effective treatment options. Together, this multidisciplinary team reviews challenging cases to improve patient outcomes.
Take the first step toward relieving your pain by contacting one of our trusted professionals at Avera Neuroscience Institute Acute Spine Center. Call 605-322-8805 or visit AveraSpineCenter.org for more information.
Based on your answers we suggest you see one of our Avera Medical Group McGreevy expert primary care providers and discuss a referral to one of our Avera Medical Group Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation physicians. The Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation team is specially trained to help you regain coordination and comfort to once again participate fully in life.
Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation specialists serve patients in three main ways:
- Diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal injuries and pain syndromes, such as from traumatic injuries, surgical recovery, sports/work injuries or arthritis in lower back
- Electrodiagnostic medicine, which involves procedures for evaluating various neurological disorders
- Rehabilitation of patients with severe impairments, in which your personal Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation specialist and a team of rehabilitation professionals (physical therapists, occupational therapists, recreational therapists, nurses, psychologists, social workers, speech-language pathologists, etc.) work together to help you experience the highest possible outcomes in your healing process
Call Avera McGreevy at 605-336-2140 to set up an initial appointment with a primary care provider, or visit AveraPhysicalMedicine.org for more information on the physical medicine and rehabilitation services.
Based on your answers, we suggest you speak with one of our CORE Orthopedics Avera Medical Group experts. Our CORE Orthopedics team specializes in spine care, joint replacement, sports medicine and treatment of complicated foot, hand and ankle problems.
CORE Orthopedics offers comprehensive services, including the highest quality, most technologically advanced treatments, and on-site diagnostic imaging including MRI, CT and more.
Take the first step toward relieving your pain by contacting one of our trusted professionals at CORE Orthopedics Avera Medical Group. Call 605-336-2638 or visit AveraCORE.org for more information.
Based on your answers, we suggest you speak with one of our Avera Brain & Spine Center Headache experts. Neurologists, neurosurgeons and physicians work closely together to offer a wider spectrum of treatment and care.
State-of-the-art technology for headache and other neurological care allows the highly skilled staff to find innovative ways to treat diseases and disorders of the nervous system. Their goal is to not only improve a patient’s outcomes, but to improve his or her quality of life.
Our experts diagnose and treat many diseases and disorders of the nervous system, such as multiple sclerosis, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, autonomic nervous system needs (heart rate, blood pressure, bowel and bladder function, sexual function, etc.) stroke, balance difficulties and dizziness, concussions and pain in the back, neck, spine, joint, head and more.
Take the first step toward relieving your pain by calling Avera McGreevy at 605-336-2140 to set up an initial appointment with a primary care provider, or visit AveraNeuro.org for more information.
Based on your answers, we suggest you speak with one of our Avera Neuroscience Institute Balance and Dizziness Clinic experts. This clinic helps physicians diagnose and treat patients with balance problems associated with dizziness/vertigo, musculoskeletal disorders and neurologic conditions.
The following conditions may impair balance:
- Peripheral neuropathy
- Spinal stenosis
- Parkinson’s disease
- Multiple sclerosis
- Post-polio syndrome
- Traumatic brain injury
- Hip fracture
- Cervical vertigo
- Peripheral or central vestibular dysfunction
- History/risk of falling, cause unknown
A comprehensive balance and dizziness evaluation assesses posture, balance, strength, coordination, gait and sensory inputs. This includes:
- Medical history of symptoms
- Physical therapy evaluation including computerized dynamic posturography testing (CDP)
- Audiology testing to include Videonystagmography (VNG)
These results will help us form an individualized treatment plan with goals so you can successfully manage symptoms.
Take the first step toward relieving your symptoms by calling Avera McGreevy at 605-336-2140 to set up an initial appointment with a primary care provider, or visit AveraNeuro.org for more information.
Based on your answers, we suggest you speak with Dr. Schimelpfenig about the Avera Concussion Program. Confusion, headaches and nausea are just three signs that you might have suffered a concussion. The Avera Concussion Program provides diagnosis, treatment, and follow-up care for athletes and anyone who participates in activities in which concussions are possible.
A concussion is a disturbance in brain function that occurs following either a blow to the head or as a result of violent shaking of the head. Without prompt attention, concussion patients may experience ongoing symptoms, brain damage, or even death. Signs and symptoms of a concussion can include:
- Problems with balance & dizziness
- Double or fuzzy vision
- Sensitivity to light or noise
- Concentration or memory problems
- Feeling sluggish or foggy
Take the first step toward relieving your symptoms by calling Dr. Schimelpfenig at 336-2140 to visit about the Avera Concussion Program, or visit AveraNeuro.org for more information.