Pain Management Injections

Spinal and non-spinal injections form the basis of interventional pain management.  By precisely placing a variety of medications or substances into a joint space or nerve bundle, pain management physicians can treat and diagnose a wide variety of chronic pain conditions.  These minimally invasive procedures can be used to treat chronic low back pain, chronic neck pain, malignancies, nerve damage and numerous other related pain disorders.  Pain management injections provide an alternative treatment for patients who have tried other modalities with little or no success.  These procedures often improve function, and allow patients to return to their everyday lives while potentially minimizing the need for powerful daily medications.  Medications used in pain management injections can include corticosteroids, and proliferative ozone (prolo-ozone).

Spinal Injections

Caudal Epidural Injections

Epidural Injections Transforaminal

Epidural Injections Interlaminar

Epidural Adhesiolysis

Medial Branch Facet Joint Injection

Facet Joint Injection

Radiofrequency Neurotomy of Facet Joints

Spinal Cord Stimulator Implant

Non-Spinal Injections

Brachial Plexus Block

Joint Injection 

Ilioinguinal Nerve Block

Femoral Nerve Block 

Stellate Ganglion Block 

Lumbar Sympathetic Block

Knee Peripheral Nerve Block

Celiac Plexus Block 

Piriformis Injection 

Sacroiliac Joint Injections 

Suprascapular Nerve Block 

Trigger Point Injections