Diagnostic and Therapeutic injections, Advanced procedures and more…
In addition to physical therapy, interventional pain procedures are used as both a diagnostic and treatment option.
Your individualized plan of care begins with a full evaluation of your condition. Our providers work together with you to determine the appropriate treatment plan with the goal of diminishing your discomfort. An interventional pain management approach is one of the conservative options for treating your painful neck or back condition.
Risks of Interventional Injections
Interventional pain injection procedures are generally considered safe and effective. Complications are rare but may include worsening pain, allergic reaction, infection, bleeding, nerve damage or paralysis. When performed by an experienced physician using fluoroscopic (x-ray) guidance the risk of serious complication is minimized.
- Bursa Injection
- Caudal Injection
- Epidural Steroid Injection
- Facet Injection
- Facet Synovial Cyst Aspiration
- Hip Joint Injection
- Intradiscal Steroid Injection
- Occipital Nerve Block Injection
- Sciatic / Piriformis Injection
- SI Joint Injection
- Trigger Point Injection
Advanced Non-Surgical Procedures: