Bux Pain Management offers patient-centered pain management treatments to those living in Lexington, Cynthiana, and Danville, Kentucky. Anjum Bux, MD, launched Bux Pain Management more than 20 years ago. The practice focuses on the nonsurgical, minimally invasive treatment of chronic pain.

As a board-certified anesthesiologist, Dr. Bux understands the effect that chronic pain can have on a patient’s life. While oral medications can provide short-term pain relief, many are addictive, and their effects temporary. Many patients feel that their only solution to pain is invasive surgery. That’s why Bux Pain Management is dedicated to cutting-edge technology.

In addition to being an active member of many national pain societies, including the North American Neuromodulation Society and the American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians, Dr. Bux is director-at-large of the Kentucky Society of Interventional Pain Physicians.

He is a published author who speaks across the country on intrathecal pump therapy and spinal cord stimulation, treatments that provide long-term pain relief. Dr. Bux offers several nonsurgical treatments for back pain, joint pain, neck pain, and more at his offices.

The treatments that Bux Pain Management provides long-term relief without the need for invasive surgery or potentially addictive medications. From the mild® procedure to facet joint injections, Dr. Bux offers interventional treatments that can help you regain your mobility, range of motion, and flexibility.

Call Bux Pain Management or schedule an appointment online today to learn more.


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