PAIN MANAGEMENT CONSORTIUM OF OHIO, INC is an interventional pain management practice that has been doing business in Columbus, Ohio since October 1993. We believe patients who are educated about their condition will become active participants in their treatment. Pain Management has created a new dimension of help and hope for those suffering from all forms of chronic pain and cancer related pain in any area of the body. New and effective procedures for treatment of chronic pain are being introduced rapidly.

Our treatment approach is inclusive. We assess the physical needs of the patient, as well as the psycho-sociological effects of pain and how these interrelate to the pain experience.

We offer diagnostic and therapeutic nerve blocks and all forms of interventional pain management including spinal cord stimulators, infusion pumps and long-term epidural infusion.

We are a referral based private practice. We must have a referral from another Health Care Provider (MD, DO, CNP, Chiropractor, Psychologist, Psychiatrist, etc) in order to schedule an appointment.


Dr. Bruce A. Massau, the Medical Director of Pain Management Consortium of Ohio, Inc., received his Bachelor of Science degree from John Carroll University and his Medical Degree from The Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine. He is a Diplomate of the American Academy of Pain Management. Dr. Massau has been active in the pain management field since 1987 and is Board Certified. He attains extensive experience in the treatment of Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy in addition to other non-cancer related pain diagnoses.

Amy Kirk is a Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner with previous experience in Pain Management and Family Practice. She joined our practice in February 2014. Amy graduated from Graceland University with a BSN/MSN (Masters in Science of Nursing). She is a member of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners, OAAPN and AAPM.

Nurse practitioners (NPs) are registered professional nurses who are prepared, through advanced graduate education and clinical training, to provide a wide range of health care services, including the diagnosis and management of common, as well as complex, medical conditions to individuals of all ages.

Nurse Practitioners provide comprehensive care within an area of specialization and can evaluate, diagnose, manage health problems, promote health and collaborate with patients, families and other health care providers. Nurse Practitioners may admit to hospitals and are on call to respond to urgent patient needs.

Our staff is caring and patient oriented with a majority being employed with us greater than five years.

We are providers for most insurance companies including Bureau of Workers' Compensation, Medicare, Medicaid, and most private insurance companies.


Our office hours:
8:00 am – 4:30 pm Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday 8:00 am – 3:00 pm Friday

We are closed each day from 12 noon till 1:00 pm for lunch.

To avoid cancellation charges, kindly give 24 hours notice if cancellation/rescheduling is required.

"My goal was to be pain free and I feel that I have met all my goals. My pain level went from a 10 down to a Zero because all I feel is stimulation and no pain. I feel that I have my life back. I have been waiting for this moment for over 6 years."

--JH Recipient St. Jude Medical Stimulator.

"I do remember prior to getting the stimulator that I had lots of difficulty walking and getting around. The pain was so intense. After one week of the trial it felt good and alleviated a lot of my pain; allowed me to walk better. I have never been sorry one time, not once about having it done. The best thing about it is adjusting the levels of intensity according to the pain you are feeling. It gives me instant relief and helps me with my legs as well as my back. I would highly recommend it to anyone who has suffered….the spinal cord stimulator will take care of all that."

--CS Recipient Boston Scientific Stimulator.

"It's changed my life. It seems like I got my life back in a lot of ways – I can use my hand now and the pain is tolerable. I have already suggested to my brother and sister to try it. Everybody I've talked to who has a similar problem or chronic pain I would suggest something like this instead of taking a lot of medicine."

--BT Recipient Medtronic Stimulator.

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