Interventional Pain

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Radiofrequency nerve ablation is a procedure used to provide longer term pain relief than what can be provided by simple injections or nerve blocks.

It is a safe procedure in which a portion of the nerve tissue is destroyed or removed to cause an interruption in pain signals and reduce pain in that area.

Introlaminar. medial branch block. Transferaminals. Mapping low back epidurals. Small, medium, and large joint injections. Interventional pain is done with the C-Arm (floroscope).

Epidural Steroid Injections (ESI) is a simple, safe, and effective treatment requiring no surgery reduce inflammation and therefore relieve pain. This is done by injecting a steroid medication similar to cortisone into the Epidural Space of the spine where inflamed nerves are located. This technique has proven effective at relieving a variety of painful conditions anywhere in the spine.

Ideal for relieve of neck, arm, back, and leg (sciatica) pain caused by inflamed spinal nerves. ESI may also be performed to relieve pain caused by spinal stenosis, spondylosis, or disc herniation. Degenerative disc.

Our new state of the art Ultrasound is used to guide and map your joint injections for proper treatment delivery. This elimates the guess work, directly providing treatment to the affected area. We also have our own, onsite anesthesia specialists to provide even further comfort. These services are provided out of our own Out Patient Treatment Center (OTC) Arizona Procedural Center.

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