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Interventional Pain Management

Interventional pain management involves providing a full range of treatments for patients suffering from chronic or acute pain. Our team of experiences health care professionals will work in tandem in order to assess, analyze, create, and communicate a treatment plan that works for you. In our practice of interventional pain management, we strive to fulfill two goals. We first and foremost, aim to relieve, reduce, and manage your pain and improve the patient's quality of life through minimally invasive techniques specifically designed to diagnose and treat painful conditions. In doing this, we seek to help patients return to their normal activities as quickly as possible while also mitigating heavy reliance on medications. We offer the following services, and if there is something that you don't see, dont hesitate to reach out to us to see if it is indeed something we can help with!

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  • Epidural Steroid Injection 

    • Cervical, Thoracic, and Lumbar interlaminar

    • Caudal Epidural 

    • Lumbar/ S1 transforminal/selective nerve root block 

  • Sacroiliac Joint Injection 

  • Intercostal nerve blocks for post mastectomy pain or post thoracotomy pain

  • Joint, Bursa, and Soft Tissue Injections, including:

    • Piriformis muscles

      • Coccyx injections for coccydynia

    • Knee

    • Hip (greater trochanteric bursa / gluteal tendinopathy)

    • Shoulder

    • Elbow

  • Peripheral Nerve Blocks, including:

    • Sciatic​

    • Femoral

    • Brachial Plexus

    • Saphenous

    • Lateral Femoral Cutaneous 

    • Suprascapular

    • Radial 

    • Ulnar

    • Ankle

    • Ilioinguinal / iliohypogastic

    • Transverse Abdominis Plane 

  • Head, Neck, Facial Blocks:

    • Occipital

    • Supraorbital and supratrochlear

    • Trigeminal Nerve Branches, select

    • Glossopharyngeal Nerve blocks

  • Paravertebral blocks for post mastectomy pain or post thoracotomy pain

  • Radiofrequency thermocoagulation/ ablation

    • Cervical, Thoracic, and Lumbar ​

    • Sacroiliac Joint

    • Peripheral nerves (genicular, occipital, saphenous, pudendal, ilioinguinal, lateral femoral cutaneous, etc.)

  • Sympathetic Nerve Blocks:

    • Stellate Ganglion ​

    • Celiac Plexus

    • Lumbar Sympathetic 

    • Superior Hypogastric Plexus 

    • Ganglion of Impar 

  • Medial Branch Blocks (Cervical, Throacic, and Lumbar)

  • Intra-articular Facet Injection (Cervical, Thoracic, and Lumbar​)

  • Trigger Point Injections 

  • Spinal Cord Stimulation 

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