Meet Dr. Robinson

Dr. Eric Robinson is a fellowship-trained, interventional pain medicine physician serving patients throughout East Alabama. If you suffer from chronic pain, ask your physician if Dr. Robinson can help you get the care that you need. 

Our Location

We are conveniently located at:
890 North Dean Rd, Suite 100
Auburn, Alabama 36830
Phone: 334.501.2005
Fax: 334.501.2026
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Persistent, debilitating pain affects more than 75 million Americans. Nearly 42% of Americans experience pain daily, and pain is the biggest reason people visit primary-care physicians. Pain causes more adult disability than any other condition and costs the U.S. more than $100 billion dollars annually.

Chronic pain can take away your ability to live and enjoy life. But now there are effective treatments to manage and relieve pain.

Dr. Eric Robinson is highly trained in the diagnosis and treatment of chronic pain conditions. Some of the conditions he regular sees include:
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS / RSD)
Reflex sympathetic dystrophy
Neuropathic pain
Post herpetic neuralgia
Peripheral neuropathy
Phantom limb/stump pain
Myofascial pain syndrome
Interstitial Cystitis
Osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis

Treatments for these conditions are more successful than ever. Advanced training and a deep understanding of the sources of chronic pain help Dr. Robinson successfully treat pain for maximum and lasting relief. Some treatments include:

Managing Insomnia and Stress
Spinal cord stimulation
Sympathetic block
Stellate ganglion block
Lumbar sympathetic block
Ganglion impar block
Fascia iliaca block

At Auburn Pain Specialists, we help resolve chronic pain – even if other physicians and treatments have failed – with complete pain care that includes all of these procedures and more. Don’t let chronic pain destroy your quality of life. Get the specialized, knowledgeable care you deserve at Auburn Pain Specialists. Call our Eastern Alabama office now at (334) 501-2005 or request an appointment online.

Please visit our Patient Education Library to read more about chronic pain relief.

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