Our Post-Surgical Pain Relief Clinic in Towson, Maryland

  • Towson Office
  • 1122 Kenilworth Dr., Suite #18
    Towson, MD 21204
  • Phone: 410-337-5400
  • Office Hours:

Our pain relief clinic specializes in identifying the cause of chronic pain after surgery and performing minimally-invasive techniques to ease the pressure causing your discomfort. Eric H. Williams is a board-certified plastic and reconstructive surgeon, making him uniquely suited to release trapped or compressed nerves after complex surgical procedures. Call 410-337-5400 today to find a permanent solution to your pain.

We help many patients who are suffering after surgery, including those experiencing:

  • Head and neck pain. We may be able to surgically relieve chronic migraine headaches and discomfort caused by occipital nerve compression.
  • Arm, wrist, and hand pain. We can relieve many pain disorders in the upper extremities, including carpal tunnel, cubital tunnel, radial nerve compression, and brachial plexus compression.
  • Chest and back pain. Lung surgery, heart surgery, and breast surgery can all result in chronic pain syndromes of the chest wall. We can interrupt pain signals from the offending nerve to the brain, restoring lost mobility and stamina.
  • Hip and groin pain. Pain in the hip and groin area may be due to nerve injuries after surgery, such as hernia repair, tummy tuck, C-section, or hysterectomy. Relieving hip and groin pain can greatly increase enjoyment of life for many patients.
  • Leg and knee pain. Chronic knee pain is common after knee or hip replacement surgery; it may be due to peripheral nerves located in and around the knee. If your implant was properly seated and is intact, your pain may be nerve-related.
  • Foot pain. Nerves in the feet and ankles may be stretched, cut, or compressed, leading to difficulty walking and lost mobility. We can perform surgical intervention to stop foot pain, including tarsal tunnel release, neuroma resection, and treatment of diabetic peripheral neuropathy.

If your life has been on hold due to pain for far too long, we can help. We listen to all of your problems in your initial consultation, and can perform nerve blocks to begin easing your pain as quickly as possible. Call the number below today to find out how we can help.

 

Directions to Our Towson, Maryland, Offices

Driving Directions From the North (Cockeysville):

  • Merge onto I-83 S.
  • Use the second lane from the left to take the I-695 E exit toward Towson.
  • Keep right, follow signs for MD-139 S/Charles Street and merge onto MD-139 S/N Charles Street.
  • Merge onto MD-139 S/N Charles Street.
  • Turn left onto Kenilworth Drive.
  • Take the first left into the parking lot. Our office is at Suite 18.

From the West (Pikesville):

  • Merge onto I-695 E.
  • Take exit 25 to merge onto MD-139 S/N Charles Street.
  • Merge onto MD-139 S/N Charles Street.
  • Turn left onto Kenilworth Drive.
  • Take the first left into the parking lot. Our office is at Suite 18.

From the South (Baltimore):

  • Merge onto I-83 N.
  • Keep right at the fork to stay on I-83 N, follow signs for I-695 E/Towson/York Pa.
  • Continue onto I-695 E.
  • Take exit 25 to merge onto MD-139 S/N Charles Street.
  • Merge onto MD-139 S/N Charles Street.
  • Turn left onto Kenilworth Drive.
  • Take the first left into the parking lot. Our office is at Suite 18.

From the East (Carney):

  • Merge onto I-695 W.
  • Take exit 25 toward MD-139/Charles Street.
  • Turn left onto Bellona Avenue.
  • Use the left two lanes to turn left at the first cross street onto N Charles Street.
  • Turn left onto Kenilworth Drive.
  • Take the first left into the parking lot. Our office is at Suite 18.