Children and their families experience significant emotional and social consequences as a result of pain and disability.
The Arkansas Children’s Hospital, Division of Pediatric Pain Medicine uses a multidisciplinary model to treat children's acute, and chronic pain for inpatient and outpatient settings.
Our faculty members lecture locally about pediatric pain management topics. We use the latest information in clinical care, research, education, and advocacy to ensure that the children of Arkansas receive the best pain management available.
Our multidisciplinary team help patients and their families minimize discomfort and regain function in both inpatient and outpatient settings.
Our clinic combines clinical services, research and education to provide care to children with numerous types of pain conditions including:
Once a referral has been received, the parent or guardian must complete and return the age-appropriate questionnaire.
Questionnaires should be faxed to 501-364-2939, ATTN: Carolyn Martin, RN. or mailed to
Chronic Pain Management, ATTN: Carolyn Martin, RN
1 Children's Way, Slor 203
Little Rock, AR 72202
General Pediatrics, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)
Our talented team brings together experience and expertise from rehabilitation/physical therapy, nursing, psychology, and anesthesiology to treat pediatric pain in an integrated manner. Social Work is also available as needed. We believe (this is supported by literature too) the most effective results can be achieved using this multidisciplinary approach.
Listen to the emotional stories of hope, hardship, and healing from patients, families and team members at Arkansas Children's.
The Inpatient Pain Consultation Service consults with primary care teams about your child’s pain. This ensures your child’s pain is adequately assessed and treated.
Acute pain is one of the most common adverse symptoms experienced by children, occurring as a result of injury, illness, and necessary medical procedures. Acute pain is often associated with increased anxiety, avoidance, behavioral changes and parental distress.
Acute pain can be managed in our inpatient units where we see children that are referred by the patient’s primary care team.
Outpatient services clinic is where we see kids with chronic pain from all types: cancer, muscle, autoimmune, sickle cell, headaches, abdominal etc.
Our chaplains are on staff to assist all patients and families from any faith background with religious and spiritual needs.
Child Life reduces stress and promotes positive coping using developmentally appropriate preparation, education, and play at Arkansas Children's.
Arkansas Children's offers on-site dining, shuttle services, and gift shops, as well as discounted hotels and rv parks nearby.
Ideas for parents and providers to improve comfort, decrease crying and reduce the long term impacts of pain.
Techniques to make procedures "magically" better.
Learn about the differences between acute and chronic pain.
Learn how migraines work and how to get them under control.
Elliot Krane talks about the complex mystery of chronic pain.
Learn how the different classes of pain relievers work, the basic physiology of how pain is experienced and the mechanics of medicines to block or circumvent discomfort.
Our app is designed to be your "go-to" for managing your child's health day or night.
Arkansas Children's has an online bill pay system to pay your bill for visits and admissions.
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Arkansas Children's offers translation assistance to the hearing impaired as well as non-English speaking patients and families.