What is interventional pain management?

Interventional pain management is an area of medicine that focuses on treating illnesses, conditions or injuries that cause pain and limit function. The unique advantage of this specialty is that it involves minimally invasive procedures that are more patient-friendly than surgery, done under Fluoroscopy guidance.

Your care at our center starts with a complete health history and physical examination. If indicated, your physician will conduct in-office diagnostic testing to accurately pinpoint the source of your pain. The result of the test along with a plan created by one of our physicians will allow them the ability to determine the best course of action to pain relief.

Our physicians then use this information to create your individualized treatment plan designed for effective and long-lasting relief. Extensive training received by our physicians allows them the ability to diagnose and treat a variety of conditions.

As an interventional pain physician, the doctor will listen to the patient, diagnose their conditions and do his very best to control their pain via medications, physical therapy, pain psychology, TENS unit, and/or injections. His aim is to allow his patients to have a better life where their pain is not controlling them.

We provide mild to moderate I/V sedation to all our patients undergoing spine injections. MAC (Monitored Anesthesia Care) is provided by our CRNA Midge Mitchell.

All Spine injections are done under Fluoroscopy (X-Ray) guidance.

Our facility is accredited with Joint commission (JACHO) as Office Based Surgery Center.

Services Offered

Types of Pain Treated

  • Low Back Pain
  • Neck Pain
  • Hip Injuries & Disorders
  • Sciatica & Leg Pain
  • Radicular Pain
  • Facet Arthritis Pain
  • Hip & Leg Pain
  • Chest Wall Pain
  • Hand & Foot Pain
  • Causalgia and RSD Pain
  • Neuralgia & Neuropathic Pain
  • Discogenic Pain
  • Failed Back Syndrome
  • Post-Laminectomy Syndrome
  • Central Pain Syndrome
  • Post Thoracotomy Syndrome
  • Trigeminal Neuralgia
  • Occipital Neuralgia