Pain management focuses on improving your overall well-being and function while reducing pain. Treatment follows a customized plan that addresses your individual needs and health conditions.
What is interventional pain management?
Interventional pain management is a specialized type of pain management that is typically considered when other pain management techniques aren’t providing relief. It involves using minimally-invasive procedures that target the source of pain directly (nerves, joints or tissues) to provide more targeted and precise relief.
Our pain management procedures may take place in a hospital procedure room or in an operating room with an interventional pain medicine trained anesthesiologist using advance technology to guide certain procedures. These outpatient procedures often involve injections or other techniques to block pain signals, reduce inflammation and promote healing.
Pain Management Services
A sampling of the wide range of conditions we treat includes:
- Back and neck pain
- Muscle pain
- Spinal stenosis
- Knee, hip and shoulder pain
- Pain from nerve injuries
- Herpes zoster (Shingles)
- Headaches and facial pain, including migraines
- Surgical incisional pain
- Pain following amputations and injuries
- Arthritis pain
- Neuropathic pain
- Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS)
A sampling of the wide range of treatments we provide includes:
- Spinal injections and interventions
- Sympathetic nerve blocks
- Surgical pain management
- Joint injections
- Trigger point injections
- Nerve cryoablation
- Bursa injections
- Radiofrequency ablations
Ready to improve your quality of life?
Check with your primary care provider to see if interventional pain management is right for you. Usually, a referral is required. Our services are covered by most insurers.