SPECIALTIES

OUR MOST COMMON PROCEDURES

  • Cervical Epidural Steroid Injection 

  • Cervical Facet Joint Injection 

  • Cervical Medial Branch Blocks 

  • Large Joint Injections - Hips, Knees, Shoulders

  • Kyphoplasty

  • Lumbar Epidural Steroid Injection 

  • Lumbar Transforaminal Epidural Steroid Injections

  • Lumbar Facet Joint Injection 

  • Lumbar Medial Branch Blocks

  • Radiofrequency Ablations  

  • Sacroiliac Joint Injection

  • Spinal Cord Stimulator Trials 

  • Trigger Point Injections

PHYSICAL THERAPY

As a Practice, we strongly believe in the participation of therapy as treatment for many sources of pain. We offer referrals to many different facilities for any patient that we believe will benefit from this treatment. Which can include:

  • Assess, plan, organize, and participate in rehabilitative programs​

  • Manual therapy, which uses the massage and manipulation of the body's soft tissues to relieve pain and promote healing

  • Improve mobility

  • General strength training

  • Relieve pain​

  • Increase strength​

  • Improve or correct dialing conditions resulting from disease or injury

SPINAL INJECTIONS

 

Spinal injections are performed either to confirm a suspected diagnosis or to reduce pain and inflammation resulting from spinal problems. These injections are performed under fluoroscopy by an interventional spine specialist.

Several types of spinal injections are performed, including epidural steroid injections and facet-sacroiliac joint injections.

An epidural steroid injection is done to relieve pain caused by spinal degeneration, spinal stenosis (narrowing that exerts pressure on nerves), or disc herniation or protrusion. The steroid helps to relieve pain by reducing the inflammation. While some patients attain pain relief with a single injection, others may require multiple injections over a period of time.

Facet-sacroiliac joint injections also are prescribed to alleviate pain. The facet joints connect and stabilize the vertebrae, guiding and restricting movement of the spine. The sacroiliac joint, also known as the SI joint, connects the sacrum (the triangular bone at the bottom of the spine) to the pelvis.