- Back pain (including lower back pain)
- Cancer pain
- Chronic pain syndrom (CPS)
- Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS/RSD)
- Diabetic neuropathy
- Disc, facet and nerve root pain
- Failed back syndrome
- Migraines / headaches
- Musculoskeletal pain
- Occupational inury
- Post-Operative pain
- Sacroiliac disease
- Sciatica Shingles
- Sports injuries
- Therapeutic Nerve Block:
Involves injecting a local anesthetic or neurological agent and blocking pain at its source in the nerve; Useful in treating pain caused by both benign and malignant disease.
- Epidural Steroid Injection:
Non-invasive option that manages acute and chronic lower back pain; Delivers steroids to the affected area.
- Spinal Cord Stimulator:
For patients with neuropathic pain and failed back surgery; Involves sending electric signals into the target area, producing a tingling that eases the pain.
- Radio Frequency Thermocoagulation or Lesioning:
For the treatment of face join disease, Involves placing probes near the offending nerve and heating for 60-90 seconds; Relief can be sustained up to 12 months.
- Medication and Patient Education