About This Program


The Pediatric Pain Program provides specialized care to infants, children, and adolescents who suffer from a variety of acute and chronic pain syndromes. We offer outpatient evaluation and treatment of pain from a specialized team consisting of a physician and a registered nurse.

Ongoing pain is disruptive. Pain may limit your child’s ability to participate in school, sports, and social activities as well as your ability to maintain a normal home routine and work schedule. When standard therapies including surgery and medications have not been effective, we offer children the physical and psychological tools they need to lead an active life and cope with pain.

Our team is able to consult with child life specialists, psychologists, psychiatrists, physical and occupational therapists to provide a comprehensive and multidisciplinary approach to pain management, if necessary. State-of-the-art techniques are used to provide safe and effective pain control for all children.

Outpatient Pediatric Pain Clinic

The Pediatric Pain Clinic provides interdisciplinary evaluation of children and adolescents with persistent pain issues and functional impairment. Our evaluation will help determine which treatments will be most effective in helping your child return to normal activities. We give your child or adolescent the skills to manage pain, and teach you how to support their efforts.

When to Seek Help

Whatever the source of your child’s pain, consider our pain clinic if your child:

  • Misses school on a regular basis
  • Has withdrawn from friends, social activities, sports, or other interests
  • Is experiencing increased stress and/or symptoms of anxiety or depression related to pain

Patient Resources

View the full collection of patient resources from the Pediatric Pain Program at MGfC.

Other Providers

Kristina DelTufo, RN