About Practice

Vulcan Pain Management in Birmingham, Alabama, offers a wide range of high-level pain management services in a welcoming, discreet, and compassionate environment. Led by board-certified pain management specialist, Victor E. Mendoza, MD, the Vulcan Pain Management team focuses on an individual’s pain-relief needs with the goal to improve their overall health and quality of life.

Dr. Mendoza personally evaluates each patient, giving each one the personalized medical attention they need, at every visit, to overcome their chronic-pain issues. He understands the frustration of not having access to a physician during appointments and ensures he’s available at every visit.

Dr. Mendoza creates a custom care plan to effectively manage pain using a variety of nonsurgical, interventional care options, such as pain medications, injections, nerve blocks, and physical therapy. The Vulcan Pain Management team also offers advanced technologies for addressing chronic pain, including laser therapies and platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injections.

Dr. Mendoza specializes in treating chronic-pain sufferers who don’t have insurance but still need the kind of highly specialized care he and his team provides. His office is well-equipped with the latest diagnostic and treatment technology available. This ensures patients receive a fast and accurate diagnosis, so pain relief can begin as soon as possible.

 

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Accepting non-insurance patients. Vulcan Pain Management accepts cash, Care Credit financing, as well as most insurance carriers for your convenience. Call for specifics.

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Vulcan Pain Management
5130 Cyrus Circle
Birmingham, AL 35242
Phone: 205-892-5561
Fax: 888-380-6501
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