Interventional Pain Management

Back & Neck Pain Management Specialists

Chronic back and neck pain can be debilitating—impacting virtually every aspect of life. At Apex Spine Institute, we offer a variety of interventional pain management techniques designed to help you overcome your pain and get back to your life.

Our Process

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One-on-One Patient Exam

During your examination, one of our interventional pain management specialists will discuss your pain, your health history, and your goals of care. 

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Testing & Diagnostic Imaging

In order to pinpoint the source of your pain and develop a plan for pain management, we'll do some testing and diagnostic imaging at our in-house facility.

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Personalized Treatment

We'll move forward together with a pain management plan that is personalized to your specific needs and goals. 

Pain Management Treatment Options

Our pain management specialists have a wide range of options to choose from when customizing your treatment plan. Some of the pain relief options we may consider include:

  • Facet Injections

  • Epidural Injections

  • Spinal Cord Stimulation

  • Sympathetic Blocks

  • Non-Narcotic Pain Relief Medications

  • Selective Nerve Root Blocks

  • Injections Guided for Ultrasound and X-ray

  • Radiofrequency Ablation or Rhizotomy for Facet & Sacroiliac Pain

  • MILD Procedure (Minimally Invasive Lumbar Decompression)

  • Botox Injections

Surgical & Non-Surgical Treatment Options

We are always striving to help our patients find relief from back and neck pain. However, it's also important to identify and treat the source of the pain. 

We offer both non-surgical and surgical treatment options for a variety of back, neck, and spine issues to help our patients improve their quality of life. We always prefer less-invasive treatment options where possible, and we always educate you about your options so you can make a decision that's right for you.

Can Physical Therapy Help with Chronic Neck or Back Pain?

Because the goals of physical therapy are to increase strength and improve mobility in the affected area, it is almost always great adjunct to a pain management treatment regimen. Ask your care provider if physical therapy may be right for you. 

How Can I Take a More Active Role in My Pain Management?

We believe that patient education is essential for good treatment outcomes. We help each of our patients understand the factors contributing to their pain and any lifestyle changes they can make to complement their treatment.

Our Interventional Pain Management Specialists