We understand life is short and you want to get back to a pain free, active life as soon as possible. When coping with pain, everything suffers: your work, your relationships, and your quality of life. Please visit us to see if your chronic or long-term pain or pain from a recent injury/accident might improve through treatment.
To Schedule An Appointment at Clay County Medical Center contact Flint Hills Pain Management:
Flint Hills Pain Management
Scott Husted. MSN, CRNA, NSPM-C
1213 Hylton Heights Rd STE 109, Manhattan, KS 66502
Phone: (785) 320-7576
Fax: (785) 320-5428
Offering Diagnosis & Treatment of the Following Conditions:
- Neck pain (including work-related injuries)
- Pinched nerves
- Back pain (including work-related injuries)
- Knee pain
- Persistent pain after back or neck surgery
- Muscle spasm pain
- Arthritis pain in neck or lower back
- Nerve damage or muscle spasm pain
- Chronic pelvic pain, including interstitial cystitis
- Shingles pain
Treatment Services Available
Scott Husted and the clinical staff are trained to provide the most advanced treatments in the management of pain. Increasingly, these treatments are more tolerable, less invasive and very effective at getting patients back to a "normal" life. For patient comfort, most treatments are performed with sedation.
- Epidural steroid injection
- Facet joint injection
- Radiofrequency treatment
- Myoneural injection (with or w/o Botox)
- Selective nerve root block
- Celiac plexus block
- Stellate ganglion block
- Lumbar sympathetic block
- Dorsal medial branch block
Scott Husted, MSN, CRNA, NSPM-C
Scott is one of thirty in the nation to obtain the Non-Surgical Pain Management Certification from the National Board of Certification and Recertification for Nurse Anesthetists. Scott received his Masters of Science in Nursing for Nurse Anesthesia from Rush University in Chicago. He has completed his Fellowship for Non-Surgical Pain Management from Texas Christian University. He has been a practicing Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist since 1984. He has provided care solely at Clay County Medical Center since 2007.
Since his arrival at CCMC, and with his advanced subspecialty knowledge in pain management, Scott has focused on introducing new techniques, injections, and complementary therapies to minimize the effects of chronic pain to assist you in feeling better. He provides effective treatments designed to reduce and manage your pain. Our goal is to improve your quality of life by minimizing the need for less, or no pain medications, delaying or avoiding the need for surgery.