Pain Management Procedures
Epidural steroid injections – In the cervical, thoracic and lumbar spine using fluoroscopic control for precise needle placement to ensure accurate delivery of the corticosteroid medication.
Transforaminal steroid injections – For treatment of specific cervical, thoracic and lumbar radiculopathies (radiating pain from those areas).
Facet joint injections or spinal nerve blocks – In the cervical, thoracic, and lumbar regions for pain relief especially in elderly arthritic patients who are not good surgical candidates.
Vertebroplasty with bone cement – A procedure to percutaneously inject bone cement into fractured vertebrae to stop pain and prevent further bone collapse in patients with compression fractures.
Sacroiliac joint injections – To treat painful SI joint pathology which causes unilateral, or one-sided, back pain.
Spinal cord stimulation trial and implantation – For intractable nerve pain, failed back pain syndrome and headache. New non-paraesthesia (no tingling) stimulators including Nevro HF10™ and St. Jude BurstDR™
Joint, tendon and bursa injections – For osteoarthritis, tendonitis, and bursitis.
Coccyx injection – To treat chronic coccyx pain or coccydynia.