FAQ On Accessibility To Our Services

You can book online or call 514-481-7867 between 8:00 AM – 7:00 PM, Monday through Friday.

Talk about your condition with your primary care doctor or specialist. Your doctor will then provide you with a referral.

The initial consultation and follow up visit with the pain Physician are not covered by RAMQ. The cost is based on the hourly rate of the consulting Physician
There is a 175$ for first visit for opening your file and pre assessment with a nurse.
Procedures such as Infusions and injections are not covered by RAMQ.

Depending on your plan many insurers cover some cost for injection, infusion.

  • Comprehensive pain assessment and examination by a nurse and a Pain Physician
  • Evaluation of medical history and records
  • Medication screening
  • Thorough explanation of your condition and appropriate medications
  • Development of individualized pain management plan
  • Set individual goals of treatment and advice
  • Office visit: 45 to 60 minutes as needed
Follow up visits:
  • Consultation with doctor to assess the progress
  • Re-examination and referral to other specialists if needed
  • Evaluation of any new testing or reports
  • Evaluation of individualized pain management plan

Dr. Blaise is a specialist in pain management and is committed to ensuring the best medical care when you need it most.

An interdisciplinary team like the one at The Beaumont Pain Clinic, that recognizes that any treatment must be carefully planned with the right procedure at the right time. The role of the team is to determine the optimal time in a treatment algorithm.

We offer a full complement of pain management services:

  • Back Pain
  • Cancer Pain
  • Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (RSD)
  • Diabetic Neuropathy
  • Disc Herniation
  • Facet Syndrome
  • Failed Back Surgery Syndrome
  • Fibromyalgia
  • POST COVID-19 Symptoms
  • Headaches
  • Myofascial Pain Syndrome
  • Occipital Neuralgia
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Postherpetic Neuralgia
  • Sacroiliac Joint Pain
  • Spinal Stenosis

FAQ On Pain

This is pain that results from damage to the nerves – muscles and bones may not be directly affected.

A pain is referred when there is pain in one part of your body, but the cause is in another part of the body. For instance, Sciatica where a nerve is irritated or compressed in the bottom of the back giving pain down the leg, Diabetes and Multiple Sclerosis can damage the nerves at multiple points resulting in more widespread pains. Shingles where virus damage to a nerve causes extremely painful sensitivity of the area of skin supplied by that nerve.

It has been known for some years, that some antidepressants may help pain, particularly neuropathic pain. These older antidepressants are called the Tricyclics and examples are amitriptyline, imipramine nortriptyline. They act through complex mechanisms, which may include inhibition of the two nerve transmitters, noradrenaline and 5-HT.
There is evidence that some of the newer antidepressants may also be helpful in some painful conditions.

FAQ On Injections

Epidural steroid injections are one of a number of procedures or injections that may be offered for some types of nerve pain originating in the spine. The doctor offering you the injection should give you detailed information about it if this treatment is being considered.

Nerve blocks is a generic term which may mean different things, such as injections into soft tissues or injections into the spine or the nerves (which include local anesthetic and often steroids).
However, injections alone are highly unlikely to take away your pain and a combination with other treatments is strongly recommended. These injections are considered to be effective if they provide you with long lasting pain relief for several days beyond the duration of the local anesthetic as well as improvement in function.