Resources

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Hours & Location

The Carolinas Pain Institute has two location:

The Winston-Salem office is located at
145 Kimel Park Drive,
Winston-Salem, N.C. 27103

The Charlotte office is located at
131 Providence Road, Suite 201, 
Charlotte, N.C. 28207

The offices are open
Monday through Friday
8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

We are closed on major holidays.

Recent News

New Charlotte Office

We are pleased to announce the opening of our Charlotte office! To schedule an appointment, refer a patient or to learn more about our services, contact us at 336-765-6181. Click here to download our Charlotte New Patient Referral Form. We are excited to NOW provide...

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COVID-19 Update

Carolinas Pain Institute and The Center for Clinical Research remain committed to providing the safest possible health environment for our patients, staff and health care providers.  We continue to monitor, on a daily basis, the local, regional, statewide and federal...

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Understanding Skeletal Pain

We tend to think of our bones as hard and static, but bone is one of the most dynamic organs in the body. When our skeleton is functioing properly, it is very metabolically active and serves as a reservoir of minerals and growth factors that the body can draw upon in...

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New Hope for Phantom Limb Pain

A new peripheral nerve stimulation system is providing long-lasting pain relief for patients with phantom limb pain.   On May 4, 2014, David Nipple was riding his motorcycle near his former home in Franklin, Tennessee, when the intoxicated driver of a Chevrolet...

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Chronic Pain and Art Therapy

PAIN IS A MULTIDIMENSIONAL EXPERIENCE THAT AFFECTS AN INDIVIDUAL’S PHYSIOLOGICAL, PSYCHOLOGICAL AND SOCIAL FUNCTIONING. WHEN PAIN CONTINUES BEYOND THE BODY’S ABILITY TO HEAL AND BECOMES CHRONIC, THE OVERWHELMING STRESS THAT CAN DEVELOP IN EACH OF THESE AREAS OF...

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Dr. David Mount

Dr. David Mount

“We start with a patient-centered evaluation,” he says—with him listening as the patient talks. “I want to hear their story, uninterrupted,” he says. “I don’t want them to self-edit anything.”

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Pain Management Advocacy and Therapy Organizations

Abbott
Boston Scientific
North American Neuromodulation Society
Nevro
The Pain Society of Carolinas
Spine Intervention Society
SPR Therapeutics