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Pain Awareness Month: Chronic Pain Treatment at Hudson Regional Hospital

September serves as Pain Awareness Month, the American Chronic Pain Association’s effort to bring awareness to pain and pain management. 

Joint and body pain is something we all experience at some point, but not necessarily something we actually seek medical care for. When confronted with pain, many choose to ignore the warning signs and push through, even when putting off treatment could mean more serious consequences. This pain can stem from the neck, back, joints, headaches, and more.

Hudson Regional Hospital provides several examination and treatment options for those with chronic pain, accessible to all in Hudson County and beyond, from athletes with acute injuries to aging in adults with painful degenerative conditions.

Pain Management

The goal of pain management is to minimize your pain as much as possible, improving function and increasing your quality of life. Hudson Regional Hospital’s pain management program focuses on non-surgical techniques to alleviate chronic pain, including electrodiagnostic testing, regenerative joint therapies, injections, and more. Hudson Regional Hospital also houses two spine & orthopedic practices that offer pain management, among other services, Hudson Orthopedic Pain and Spine, and the North American Spine & Pain Institute


Hudson Physical Therapy

Physical therapy is another non-invasive discipline that works to maintain, develop, and restore maximum physical function and mobility. This is an effective treatment option for a broad range of orthopedic conditions, sports-related injuries, and other muscle, bone, and joint conditions. Hudson Regional Hospital recently opened a brand new, state-of-the-art physical therapy facility, Hudson Physical Therapy. At Hudson Physical Therapy, our licensed physical therapists use the right combination of exercises and therapies, including therapeutic exercise to improve strength and mobility, electrical stimulation to to decrease pain signals coming from the body to the brain, massage therapy to improve muscular blood flow and relieve tightness, and more. The practice also offers chiropractic care and acupuncture, which can assist in chronic pain healing.




The Institute For Robotic Surgery

For those patients requiring more extensive services beyond non-surgical therapies, The Institute for Robotic Surgery offers advanced surgical care for even the most complex spine and orthopedic conditions. 

Mazor Robotics – The Institute for Robotic Surgery at Hudson Regional Hospital is proud to be the only Mazor Robotics partner in Hudson County. This cutting-edge, state-of-the-art technology has been scientifically proven to benefit surgical accuracy, patient outcomes, and patient safety for spine and orthopedic surgery. 

ExcelsiusGPS Robotic Navigation – ExcelsiusGPS features multifunctional robotic navigation, imaging versatility, and unique real-time information. This navigation system is the first technology to combine a rigid robotic arm and full navigation capabilities for precise trajectory alignment in spine surgery.

Stryker Mako – The Stryker Mako is the latest advancement in joint replacement surgery. The robotic-arm assisted surgery is a new approach to joint, hip, or ankle replacement that offers the potential for a higher level of patient-specific implant alignment and positioning.

Hudson Regional Hospital uses this innovative robotic technology for many minimally invasive procedures. With the latest robotic surgery systems and the best surgeons around, Hudson Regional Hospital is the #1 hospital choice for surgery. 

Hudson Regional Hospital offers these services for chronic pain and others on both an inpatient and outpatient basis. HRH is in-network with most insurance plans. For more information on these services contact us at (201) 392-3100 or at