Interventional Pain Management

Interventional pain medicine is a medical specialty that aims to relieve pain and improve function in patients who are suffering from chronic or acute pain. This field of medicine uses minimally invasive procedures that target the specific source of the patient’s pain, often providing long-lasting relief from discomfort.

Interventional pain medicine procedures offered can range from simple injections to more complex procedures and implantable devices. Common treatments include small and large joint injections, facet joint injections, transforaminal epidural and caudal injections, nerve blocks, and radiofrequency ablation. These procedures are offered with either steroids or exosomes.

During interventional pain medicine procedures, fluoroscopy guidance is utilized to precisely perform the procedure at the site of pain. This reduces the likelihood of complications and ensures the best possible outcome for the patient.