Interventional Pain Management

What is Interventional Pain Management?

Interventional pain management encompasses a wide-ranging approach to treating patients who suffer from chronic or acute pain and relieving and reducing their discomfort. The treatments are often made up of minimally-invasive treatments. It is a good choice for those who have already tried many other treatments that have not yielded success.

For those who do have chronic or acute pain, finding the source of it can be a frustrating process and involve meeting with many different specialists. While it is important for medical professionals to be able to pinpoint the causality of the pain, the patient over time is more concerned with living a functional life. Interventional pain management can address these symptoms and provide much relief without the need to heavily rely on medication.

What Conditions can be Treated?

This specialty offers treatments for headaches, nerve pain, cancer pain, and joint pain. Common procedures might include various types of injections (epidural injections, joint injections, steroid injections, trigger point injections) as well as various types of therapies (including regenerative therapy, post-herpetic neuralgia therapy, complex regional pain syndrome therapy) and rehabilitation.

Our team of medical professionals will work with you and your primary doctor on devising a plan that makes sense for your unique circumstances. The goal is to alleviate your discomfort and get you back to your normal life as quickly as possible. To learn more about our interventional pain management services, schedule an appointment with us today.

Find Your Specialized Surgeon

Alfred Lonser, MD
Interventional Pain Management Specialist
Joshua Balch, MD
Board-Certified Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Mark Simonson, MD
Dual Board Certified in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, and Pain Medicine
Andrea Trescot, MD
Board Certified Interventional Pain Management Specialist