Pain management physicians offer many modalities to accommodate your individual plan of care. Interventional therapies for acute and chronic pain conditions as part of the comprehensive treatment program are most common. Many interventional pain procedures are available on an outpatient basis, which is vital to ensuring cost-effective access to care. Some minor interventional procedures can be performed in an office setting, while other more advanced procedures require special training and an ambulatory surgery center.
When treatments such as physical therapy and oral medication are incapable of helping manage a patient’s pain effectively, an injection or minimally invasive procedure may be necessary to help provide an adequate level of pain relief. Often, these treatments are used in conjunction with other pain management modalities to provide maximum relief for the longest period of time.
Comprehensive Centers For Pain Management offers a wide variety of minimally invasive procedures designed to reduce pain and improve the function of our patients. The above diagram shows the degree of complexity for some of these procedures. Common treatments Comprehensive Centers for Pain Management offers are:
- Radiofrequency Ablation (RFA)
- Nerve Blocks
- Epidural Steroid Injections
- Joint Injections
- Trigger Point Injections
- Balloon Kyphoplasty
- MILD- Minimally Invasive Lumbar Decompression
- Vertiflex Superion Indirect Lumbar Decompression
- Intrathecal Drug Delivery Pumps (pain pumps)
- Implanted Spinal Cord Stimulators
New technology and more effective procedures are being developed daily to help reduce patient’s pain and their reliance on opioids and other prescription pain drugs. CC4PM has been an early adopter of several new advances in pain management and treatment, and provides the highest quality and most advanced treatments available.
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