Interventional Pain Management refers to surgical or needle-based treatments for pain. These treatments are sometimes used for diagnostic purposes, that is, to try and determine the cause of the pain, and sometimes are used for therapeutic purposes, that is, to try and reduce or eliminate the pain. Some of these procedures are able to both.
Interventional procedures can sometimes be done in the doctor’s office, and others need to be done in hospital or ambulatory surgery settings. We try and accommodate your scheduling requests whenever possible.
Here is an list of some of the interventional procedures that we perform, either in our office or at nearby facilities. Please click on the links to learn more.
- Lumbar and cervical epidural steroid injections
- Sympathetic ganglion blocks
- Cervicothoracic (stellate ganglion block)
- Intravenous regional (Bier block)
- Facet joint or medial branch blocks
- Sacroiliac Joint Injection
- Shoulder and knee joint injections
- Bursa injections
- Trigger point injections
- Peripheral nerve blocks
- Botulinum toxin (Botox®) injections
- Radiofrequency Rhizotomy or RadioFrequency Ablation (RFA)
- Lumbar Discography
- Spinal cord stimulation (trial and permanent implant)
- Intraspinal infusion therapy (trial and permanent pump or port implant)
- MILD Procedure for Lumbar Spinal Stenosis