Preferred Pain Associates: Insurance Accepted for Suboxone and Chronic Pain

Contact Us

205-508-5300

Please send us a message or call us for an appointment.

Feel free to fax any documents to (205) 508-5230


https://www.facebook.com/preferredpainal/

Preferred Pain Associates of Alabama

5057 Pinnacle Square, Trussville, Alabama 35173, United States

(205) 508-5300

Hours

Monday - Thursday 8:00am - 5:00pm


About Our Clinic

Compassionate Healthcare

Our mission is to provide you with personalized, high-quality care. We are dedicated to improving and maintaining your heath and treating your chronic pain.

Insurances Accepted

We accept Medicaid, Medicare, and many other commercial insurances. Cash pay options are available as well.

Dr. Luc Frenette - Pain and Anesthesia Specialist

A Personal Approach

We have experienced staff member  specifically dedicated to help you navigation insurance and pharmacy issues such as prior authorizations and pharmacy approval.

Treatments

Suboxone and otehr medications available for opiate dependence - insurance accepted

Suboxone and Buprenorphine

One of the most successful ways for patients to come off narcotics is through medication assisted treatment. use of certain medications that were devised to help make the recovery process more manageable. Suboxone is one such type of prescription medication. Comprised of naloxone and buprenorphine, Suboxone is a partial opioid agonist that works on the same brain receptors that are triggered by the consumption of opioids. However, Suboxone does not elicit the same effects that arise when opioid substances are abused. 

IVs infusions for back pain and other chronic issues

IV Infusion Therapy

If you suffer from neuropathy, fibromyalgia, headaches, facial pain, or even CRPS, this amazing treatment may be an option for you. 


 Intravenous infusion therapy is performed right in the comfort of our office, infusing special medications intravenously through the body, we can effectively decrease pain at its source.  

spine injection suite

Back Pain - Lumbar Injections

Lumbar injections have been used to treat certain types of low back pain, buttock pain, leg pain and sciatica for decades. It is a procedure very similar to the epidural a woman will receive to deal with the pain associated with childbirth. With a lumbar epidural injection your doctor will place a small amount of anti-inflammatory medication into the epidural space near the spine – not on it or in it. This will relieve swelling, inflammation and pain. 

Treatments Coming Soon

DRG Stimulation - Coming Soon

The DRG Stimulation Procedure is the most cutting edge procedure available for pain in the United States.  Indications include: CRPS, RSD, neuropathy, Post-herpetic neuralgia, groin pain, knee pain and many, many more.  

Watch Here For New Treatment Options

New treatment options such as spine stimulators, stem cells, nerve ablation, and IV infusion therapy will be coming soon and announced here.