Interventional Pain Management
Our interventional pain management team provides personalized care for every patient based on their injury and occupational and recreational needs. We treat injuries from auto accidents, work accidents, falls, sport activities, and more. If you are experiencing acute or chronic pain, you’ll find relief at our centers.
Our holistic approach often includes diagnostic imaging to determine the precise injury. This enables our team of providers to select the best treatment method for each specific injury and individual.
Treatment methods can include interventions such as anti-inflammatory injections and radiofrequency ablations.
Our interventional pain management team has helped countless patients relieve chronic pain and improve their mobility. Our treatments are designed to promote healing through non-invasive techniques.
Some of the benefits you can expect from our interventional pain management care include:
- Improved mobility and function
- Pain relief
- Reduced inflammation
What Can Interventional Pain Management Help Treat?
- Neck Pain
- Back Pain
- Chronic Headaches, Mouth, and Facial Pain
- Muscle and Joint Pain
Our team will assess your prior medical history and find the right personal treatment plan for you.
Our pain management team uses special imaging equipment to help pinpoint the specific area of the back from which your pain is likely originating and provide targeted treatment of these areas.
Some injuries we treat include osteoarthritis, disc herniations, sciatica, myelopathies and nerve entrapments, and degenerative disc disease.
Chronic Headaches, Mouth, and Facial Pain
There are numerous reasons why you may be experiencing chronic headaches, migraines, or facial pain. Our pain management team is here to help diagnose the cause and find the least invasive and most beneficial pain management interventions.
Muscle and Joint Pain
We treat patients of all ages and arrays of work and recreational backgrounds. Depending on your specific injury, you may need to consult with our pain management team about additional treatment modalities.