Medical Services Procedures 

Interventional Pain Procedures

  • Radiofrequency Technology

    • Continuous radiofrequency neurotomy for facet joint pain in cervical, thoracic, lumbar and sacral spine.

    • Continuous radiofrequency neurotomy for hips and knee joint innervation.

    • Pulsed radiofrequency to nerve root.

    • Pulsed radiofrequency of peripheral nerve (e.g. Suprascapular nerve, Occipital nerve).

  • Cervical Spine

    • Third occipital nerve (TON) block and radiofrequency neurotomy.

    • Cervical medial branch block.

    • Cervical intra-articular joint injection.

    • Cervical medial branch radiofrequency neurotomy.

    • Cervical sympathetic chain (stellate ganglion).

  • Thoracic Spine

    • Thoracic medial branch block.

    • Thoracic medial branch radiofrequency neurotomy.

    • Thoracic selective intercostal nerve root block.

    • Thoracic facet intra-articular injection.

  • Lumbar Spine

    • Lumbar medial branch block.

    • Lumbar medial branch radiofrequency neurotomy.

    • Lumbar selective nerve root block.

    • Lumbar facet intra-articular injection.

  • Neuropathic pain

    • IV Ketamine infusion

    • IV lidocaine infusion

    • Subcutaneous (SC) Lidocaine

  • Sacral Spine

    • Sacroiliac joint (SI joint) corticosteroid injection.

    • Sacral lateral branch block.

    • Sacral radiofrequency neurotomy.

  • Head, Neck and Facial Pain

    • Sphenopalatine ganglion (SPG) bock and pulsed radiofrequency.

    • Trigeminal nerve block and pulsed radiofrequency.

    • BOTOX injections for chronic migraine prophylaxis.

    • Occipital, Supraorbital nerve block and pulsed radiofrequency.

  • Sympathetic Mediated Pain Syndromes

    • Cervical sympathetic chain (stellate ganglion block)

    • Lumbar sympathetic plexus block.

    • Ganglion impar block.

  • Joint, Tendon, Bursa Injections

    • Intra-articular hip, knee, ankle, shoulder, elbow, wrist and small joint injections.

    • Percutaneous tenotomy procedures for calcific tendinopathy, trigger finger, tendinosis, and partial tears.

    • Percutaneous fenestration for plantar fascia and contractures.

    • Barbotage and percutaneous tenotomy for rotator cuff and greater trochanteric pain syndromes.

    • Glenohumeral capsular hydrodilatation/ distension.

    • Entrapment neuropathy injections (e.g. carpal tunnel).

    • Genicular nerve block and radiofrequency neurotomy.

    • Suprascapular nerve block and pulsed radiofrequency.

    • Trigger point injections/ myofascial release.


Regenerative Medicine

  • Platelet rich plasma (PRP).

  • Regenerative treatments are guided by evidenced-based medicine.


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