Conditions We Treat at the Interventional Pain Management Clinic

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Several conditions are routinely evaluated and successfully treated in our Interventional Pain Management clinic, including but not limited to:
  • Facial pain from head and neck cancer (trigeminal nerve blocks and radiofrequency)
  • Injury to nerves in arms and legs by tumor (spinal cord stimulators)
  • Complex regional pain syndrome, also known as RSD
  • Low back and neck pain (minimally invasive spine interventions such as Epidurals, Facet blocks, etc.)
  • Headache
  • Trigeminal neuralgia
  • Pain in the chest wall (intercostal nerve blocks and radiofrequency)
  • Pain from poor circulation in the legs (spinal cord stimulation)
  • Intractable pain from cancer that has spread- (pain pumps, steroid injections)
  • Pain of pancreatic cancer and other tumors of the abdomen (celiac plexus neurolysis and pain pumps)
  • Pain after surgical incisions - radiofrequency ablation
  • Pain in hands and feet- peripheral neuropathy- from chemotherapy (medications, pain pumps, spinal cord stimulators)
  • Palliative care of advanced/terminal cancer pain (comprehensive care of patients at end-of-life stage, including integrative and psychosocial medicine)
  • Chronic pain after shingles
  • Pain after breast surgery – Postmastectomy syndrome (intercostal nerve blocks and radiofrequency ablation)
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