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Portfolio & Case Studies

In our portfolio, you can read a short synopsis of most of the websites we have built and/or designed. But we decided to take a few of them and develop in-depth case studies, to more thoroughly explain what each client needed, what the challenges were, and how BoxCrush® met and exceeded those challenges to deliver positive results.

Client needs are different—deciding how large a site should be and what technology and interactive features will enhance a message is complex, and can’t be a one-size-fits-all solution. BoxCrush identifies every facet of your internet strategy—including websites, mobile ads and pay-per-click services, SEO, and more—and then we fill those needs with unique, tailored solutions. We don’t try to put our clients into a one-size-fits-all box. The following case studies prove that.

American Pain Consortium

Custom WordPress Development & Design | Branding

American Pain Consortium


American Pain Consortium (APC) is a growing network of interventional pain management practices and ambulatory surgical centers. APC had a static website that wasn’t easy to update and needed a new site that would help potential investors understand its value. BoxCrush designed and built the client’s new website.

Quick Facts

  • Custom design and branding
  • Modular site build to allow for expansion
  • Responsive, mobile-friendly design
Tags :
  • Web Design
  • Website Development
  • WordPress


Leadership at Center for Pain Management, an Indianapolis-based pain management practice, established APC in 2019. When APC acquired its first Ohio location – Integrated Pain Solutions – APC identified the need for its own website.


APC wanted a site that would communicate its value to potential investors and serve as a showcase for its current and future acquisitions.


BoxCrush styled the new APC site to reflect elements of the Center for Pain Management website, which BoxCrush had also built. Using WordPress, BoxCrush set up the APC site so that future acquisitions could easily be added to the “locations” page.

Take a look at what we were able to do for American Pain Consortium.