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Breckinridge Health
Pain Management

105 Chambliss Drive

Hardinsburg KY  40143

Tel: 270-580-4705

Fax: 270-580-4008

Procedure Address-Breckinridge Memorial Hospital-1011 Old US Hwy 60, Hardinsburg, KY.


Welcome to Breckinridge Health's Pain Management Clinic!

What is Chronic Pain?

A few key characteristics of chronic pain are:

  • It is ongoing or recurrent.

  • It lasts beyond the usual course of an acute illness or injury or more than 3 to 6 months.

  • It often negatively impacts an individual’s well-being.


Chronic pain varies in intensity and frequency. Some experience chronic pain constantly, while others only feel it in episodes. In addition to physical effects, chronic pain can have psychological effects, such as fatigue, mood changes, stress, anxiety, depression, irritability, or restless nights of sleep.


Over 50 million Americans suffer from chronic pain – that’s more than diabetes, cancer, coronary heart disease, and most other common conditions.  Chronic pain can diminish your quality of life when it hinders them from participating in everyday activities.  A balanced pain treatment program is an effective way to regain control of your life.

Breckinridge Health offers treatment options to those suffering from debilitating pain.  BHI provides balanced pain treatment for the whole community.


Treatment Close to Home

People suffering from debilitating chronic pain should not have to travel far from home for treatment.  Breckinridge Health is committed to providing safe, reliable, and effective pain treatment for the people of our local community.

How we are different: A Balanced Treatment Program

At BHI, we are committed to providing the highest quality of care through treatment plans tailored to each patient.

Our balanced treatment options include a wide range of options for minimally invasive interventional procedures, medication management when appropriate, and close collaboration with other local services such as physical therapy and emotional care services.

Dr. Shawn Sikka diagnoses all kinds of chronic pain. He creates a balanced treatment program for each patient that incorporates a variety of modalities that will be most effective to relieving each patient’s pain and achieving their goals for functioning in their everyday life.

Common Conditions We Treat

  • Neck pain

  • Back pain and sciatica

  • Persistent pain after back or neck surgery

  • Arthritis pain in neck or lower back

  • Knee pain

  • Hip pain

  • Shoulder pain

  • Headaches / migraines

  • Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)

  • Nerve damage or muscle spasm pain

  • Shingles pain

  • Persistent work-related injuries


Meet the Provider: Click Here for Dr. Sikka's Bio

Our Commitment to You

Breckinridge Health is committed to our patients for the life of their pain management diagnosis. We are committed to giving you options to control your pain - patient compliance is crucial to the effectiveness of their individualized care plan. We are committed to safe and reliable patient care for our people and our community: we establish an agreement with each of our patients to use only one pharmacy and one prescribing provider, to keep medications safe from loss or theft, and to perform routine pill counts, and urine drug testing when medications are a part of the care plan.

Insurances Accepted

We accept all insurances accepted by BHI. For more information about billing, click here.

Don’t wait. The sooner pain is diagnosed and treated, the easier it is to control.  If you are suffering from pain that keeps you from daily activities, affects your mood or your relationship with friends and family, ask your primary care physician about a referral to Breckinridge Health Pain Management Clinic.


To learn more about our services or to schedule your new patient evaluation, please call us at 270-580-4705.

Office Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00 - 4:30pm.

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Dr Bio

Meet Dr. Shawn Sikka


Dr. Shawn Sikka attended medical school at Drexel University in Philadelphia, PA. He then moved to Los Angeles for his internship at Harbor- UCLA Med­ical Center. Subsequently, Dr. Sikka completed his Anesthe­siology residency at The Mount Sinai Medical Center and completed an Interventional Pain Medicine fellowship at Weill-Cor­nell Medical Center, Memorial Sloan Kettering, and the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York. Dr. Sikka is currently double board certified in Anes­thesiology and Pain Medicine.


Dr. Sikka first visited Louisville for the Kentucky Derby and quickly fell in love with the people, culture, and food. The city offered the perfect blend of urban life and small-town charm that he was looking for. After spending four years in New York City, he was ready for a different pace of life.


Dr. Sikka enjoys spending time with family and being outdoors as much as possible. His favorite hobby is traveling, experiencing new cultures and food. Being in Kentucky, he has developed a strong interest in horse racing and basketball!

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