Our New Address: 18205 N 51st Ave STE 125, Glendale, AZ 85308
Top Rated Pain Clinic In Glendale.

Your Pain Management Doctor In Phoenix

At Atlas Pain Specialists, we are committed to helping alleviate our patients suffering. Patients will be seen by the physician EVERY visit.
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Trisha Ochsner
Trisha Ochsner
All the staff was so patient with me, made me feel very comfortable, a great experience all around. I was even texted the location and map to get there when I called lost looking for the office, great customer service.
Edward Moore
Edward Moore
Atlas Pain was a great experience. The staff were nice and helpful. Dr Ormond was a good listener and I felt my interactions were valued . I look forward to future visits.
BPG Wolfy
BPG Wolfy
Dr Ormond is a fantastic Dr. He and his staff are kind and professional. It’s been a long time since I’ve had this good of an experience at a Dr. Thank you
Sherry Raschella
Sherry Raschella
Thank you Dr. Ormond for you help getting my back pain under control! He’s a great Doctor. He listens to you and then together you make a plan for your treatment. The whole office is there for you. They are wonderful. They’ll help you with signing up for your chart. Which make all your records available to you.
Morgan Pittkin
Morgan Pittkin
Dr. Ormond has been kind, friendly, and very helpful as I’ve worked through getting a diagnosis and finding a surgeon to treat my pain. He has gone above and beyond, in my opinion, to help me in ways I didn’t expect. Researching my condition thoroughly, spending a fair bit of time reaching out to other doctors’ offices on my behalf, etc. He’s also been very knowledgeable and helpful, really listening to everything I’ve said and answering my questions in as much detail as I’ve asked. I’ve been in chronic pain for a couple of years now, and it has affected every part of my life. It can feel very lonely and hopeless bouncing from doctor to doctor, none of them able to even tell you what’s wrong. Now there finally seems to be a twinkle of light at the end of the tunnel. There were a number of people in the medical profession who helped me get this far - from doctors and PAs to one particularly helpful MRI technician. But it’s nice to feel like I have a doctor I trust, who is my go-to guy on this until I have the underlying problem fixed.
Miles Hinkle
Miles Hinkle
I went to a hot shot spinal specialist and he had no bedside manner. Told me to do physical therapy and come back in 30 days. Decided to get a second opinion at Atlas and he was so much more professional and accommodating. The surgeon just wanted to get me out to see if I would get better on my own, Dr. Ormond said no, let's get you an MRI and find the source of the problem. A+
Veronica Guzman
Veronica Guzman
Dr. Ormond is awesome! He explains everything thoroughly to me and is willing to try different options to improve all of my discomfort. He is definitely worth the long drive for me. His staff is pleasant and knowledgeable.
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About Dr. Ormond

Dr. Sean Ormond is dual board-certified in Anesthesiology and Interventional Pain Management. He completed his anesthesia residency at Case Western University in Cleveland, Ohio where he served as Chief Resident, followed by an interventional pain management fellowship at Rush University in Chicago, IL. Following fellowship, Dr. Ormond moved to Phoenix and has been practicing in the Valley for a few years before deciding to start his own practice.
More About Dr. Ormond
Integrity: We adhere to the highest ethical and professional standards.
Compassion: We do our best to share our understanding and are sensitive towards our patients and their families.
Respect: We treat our patients as we would want our own family to be treated.
Our Process

How It Works

Connect with us via phone, email, messenger. We are here to help you in your journey to pain relief.

We are available for Same Day Appointments Monday-Friday.

If you are unable to meet with us in-person, we have the ability to meet with you online under certain circumstances. Contact us today.
Back Pain
Head Pain
Joint Pain
Abdominal Pain
Chronic Pain
Neck Pain
Lower back pain
Back Pain
The back is a complex system of bones, joints, ligaments and muscles. Your ligaments can be sprained, your muscles strained, your discs ruptured and your joints irritated, all of which can result in back pain.
Back Pain Treatments
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Head Pain
If you are looking for relief from chronic or acute tension headaches, migraines, or other pain in the head and face, you're not alone. According to the World Health Organization, up to 75% of adults age 18 – 65 have had headaches in the past year, and of these, 30% reported having migraines. We at Atlas Pain Specialists focus on treating headaches and other forms of pain. If you are looking for help, be sure to talk to us so we can find the best option for you.
Head Pain Treatments
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Joint Pain
Joint pain can occur in the hands, feet, knees, hips, shoulders, lower back, spine, and other areas of the joint. This is also called arthralgia. Many distinct conditions may lead to sore joints, like osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, bursitis, gout, strains, sprains, and other injuries.
Joint Pain Treatments
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Abdominal Pain
The abdomen is an anatomical area bordered on either side of the ribs and diaphragm by the lower margin, the pelvic bone (pubic ramus) below, and the flanks above. Although pain may derive from the tissues of the abdominal wall surrounding the abdominal cavity (such as skin and muscles), the term abdominal pain is widely used to describe discomfort arising from organs within the abdominal cavity.
Abdominal Pain Treatments
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Chronic Pain
Chronic pain is a common problem that can cause significant physical and emotional distress. When you have chronic pain, you may experience pain every day, even after the original injury or illness has healed. This can be difficult to cope with, both physically and emotionally. Approximately 25% of people with chronic pain will develop chronic pain syndrome (CPS), which is characterized by symptoms beyond pain, like depression and anxiety. This can make it difficult to live your life normally.
Chronic Pain Treatments
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Neck Pain
The neck (or cervical spine) is a coordinated network of nerves, bones, joints, and muscles. It has the important job of providing protection and mobility to the brain, but often it can become painful. There are a number of conditions that cause pain in the neck. Inflammation along nerve pathways in the spine can be responsible for shoulder, head, arm, and/or hand pain. Additionally, inflammation of the spinal cord may cause pain in the legs and other areas of the body. In a few days or weeks, neck pain usually goes away, but pain that lasts for months may signify an underlying medical cause that needs to be addressed. In such cases, early intervention may be necessary for the best results.
Neck Pain Treatments

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18205 N 51st Ave STE 125, 
Glendale, AZ 85308
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Nerve Pain
Arm Pain
Foot Pain
Pelvic Pain
Leg Pain
Body Pain
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Nerve Pain
A problem within the peripheral nervous system is indicated by neuropathy, also called peripheral neuropathy. The network of nerves outside of your brain and spinal cord is your peripheral nervous system. Your central nervous system is made up of the brain and the spinal cord.
Nerve Pain Treatments
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Arm Pain
Arm pain may be caused by a variety of conditions, including abnormalities or injury to bones, skin, nerves, joints, or blood vessels, as well as natural wear and tear, overuse, or trauma. It may be accompanied by inflammation, swelling, and discomfort. Treatment options vary depending on the cause of the pain.
Arm Pain Treatments
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Foot Pain
There are many different structures in the foot that can be affected by pain, including bones, ligaments, tendons, and muscles. Pain can be caused by a minor injury that resolves on its own, or by a chronic, degenerative condition that requires treatment.
Foot Pain Treatments
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Pelvic Pain
Pelvic pain is a common problem that can cause discomfort in the lower abdomen and pelvis. For women, it may be a sign of a problem with the reproductive or urinary systems. Pelvic pain can be constant or come and go, depending on the cause.
Pelvic Pain Treatments
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Leg Pain
If you experience leg pain, there are things you can do to help reduce your discomfort. Leg pain can be caused by a number of conditions or injuries, and the first step in treating it is to get an accurate diagnosis. Our pain specialists at Atlas Pain Specialists can help diagnose your leg pain and determine your best treatment options.
Leg Pain Treatments
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Body Pain
If you are living with pain throughout your whole body, you understand the difficulty it can cause in everyday life. Total body pain can significantly affect your quality of life and productivity. There are many possible causes of total body pain, and the first step in treatment is to determine the cause. Atlas Pain Specialists can help diagnose your pain and offer a range of therapies to treat it.
Body Pain Treatments
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Frequently Asked Questions

What Insurance Do We Accept?
No referral necessary! Just call us and we'll handle all the billing with your insurance company.

Arizona Care Network
Arizona Complete Health (formerly HealthNet)
Arizona Foundation for Medical Care
Arizona Priority Care (Medicare)
Banner Health Network
Banner UofA Health Plans
BCBS of Arizona
CareMore Healthcare Medicare Advantage Plan
Equality Health
First Health
Health Choice AZ
Innovative Care Partners
Magellan/Molina Healthcare
Mercy Care
Optum Care
Steward Health Care Network
Trivest VA P3
United Healthcare - Commercial
United Healthcare Community State Product (AHCCCS/Medicare)
United Healthcare Medicare
United Healthcare NICE Product
What Is Our Opioid Policy?
Atlas Pain Specialists has a policy regarding the prescribing of controlled substances. Each patient will be evaluated on an individualized basis and some may not be a candidate for chronic opiate therapy.

In order to protect your health, patients are monitored closely for possible addiction, abuse, and diversion. This monitoring may include follow-up office visits, urine drug screening, and the sharing of medical records between your physicians and your pharmacies.

Atlas Pain Specialists reserves the right to determine if we will take over the prescribing of controlled substances from other providers on a case by case basis.

Patients should not expect to receive a prescription for a controlled substance at your first visit.
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