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Interventional Procedures


Interventional pain management involves special procedures to treat and manage pain. “Interventional” procedures might include an injection of an anesthetic medicine or steroid around nerves, tendons, joints or muscles; spinal cord stimulation; insertion of a drug delivery system; or a procedure with radio-frequency ablation or cryoablation to stop a nerve from working for a long period of time.

These techniques may help patients:

  1. Reduce the amount of time pain is experienced and its severity
  2. Allow for an increase in activities at home and work
  3. Overcome isolation
  4. Learn new skills for coping with pain
  5. Determine ways to end sleep problems
  6. Improve the quality of life
  7. Rehabilitate

Conditions Treated

Patients needing interventional pain management services suffer distress and discomfort caused by a variety of conditions and disorders, including:

  1. Chronic low back and neck pain
  2. Chronic reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD) or complex regional pain syndrome
  3. Chronic head pain

Interventional Procedures

Interventional Pain Associates offers a variety of treatments, including:

  1. Epidural injections
  2. Selective nerve root blocks
  3. Facet injections and medial branch blocks (cervical, thoracic and lumbar)
  4. Radiofrequency denervation
  5. Sympathetic blocks
  6. Peripheral nerve blocks
  7. Spinal cord stimulation
  8. Ultrasound-guided Joint Injections
  9. Botox injections for migraines
  10. Trigger point injections
  11. Stem Cells Injections
  12. PRP injections
  13. A2M injections
Interventional Pain Associates
7805 Bell Mountain Dr, Suite A
Riverplace Plaza

Austin, TX 78730
Phone: 512-795-7575
Fax: 512-465-2929
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