Vertebroplasty is a minimally invasive procedure used to treat spinal fractures. Bone cement is injected to strengthen weakened vertebral bones and relieve pain.

Trigger Point Injections

Trigger Point Injections are treatment methods used to target muscle spasms and sore spots in the body to reduce pain and improve muscle function.

Spinal Port Catheter Application

Spinal Port Catheterization is a medical procedure in which a special catheter is inserted into the spinal cord to inject fluids or medication for pain management or drug therapy.

Sympathetic Blocks

Sympathetic blocks are medical procedures to temporarily block nerve conduction in certain areas of the nervous system in order to manage pain or relieve symptoms of certain diseases.

Radiofrequency Applications

Radiofrequency applications are a medical procedure that aims to neutralize nerve fibers using high frequency electric current to reduce pain or treat nervous system problems.

Facet Joint Injections

It is the process of injecting medication into the spinal joint called the facet joint, which is injected into specific areas of the spine. These injections are used to manage spine-related pain, such as low back pain.

Epidural Steroid Administration

This procedure, which involves injecting corticosteroid medication into the epidural space outside the spinal cord, is often used to treat back and neck pain to reduce inflammation around the nerve roots and relieve pain.

Epidural and Spinal Catheter Application

Epidural and spinal catheterization is the insertion of a catheter into the epidural or spinal space outside the spinal cord to inject drugs for pain management or surgical procedures.

Dorsal Column Stimulation

Dorsal column stimulation is a method of managing chronic pain with an electrical stimulation device implanted in the spinal cord. This device helps to reduce the sensation of pain by blocking pain signals.

Interventional Pain Treatments