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Pain Medicine

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Our radiologists can perform a wide range of procedures that can help patients find relief from pain, including treatments for back pain, chronic facial pain, and joint pain.

Some of the procedures we offer include:

• Spine
• Musculoskeletal
• Facial

Why do you need to see them?

If you’re experiencing unbearable pain, then your doctor will refer you to the pain medicine department.

What do they do?

For the spine, they perform Epidurals, Lumbar steroid injections, Nerve root blocks, Facet injections, Median nerve branch blocks, Vertebroplasty, Kyphoplasty, and Sacroplasty.

For musculoskeletal pain, they administer injections to the shoulder, hip, knee, and sacroiliac joints to alleviate pain. For trigger points located in painful muscles—knots of muscle that don’t relax—we can perform trigger point injections. Tendinopathy is a disease that causes swelling in and around the tendon, and we use DRPC with ultrasound-guided tendinopathy injections to treat it.

If you’re suffering from chronic facial pain or tic douloureux (trigeminal neuralgia), a sphenopalatine ganglion block may be the treatment you’re looking for. The block is a short, minimally invasive injection procedure that can offer significant relief from pain.

Physician consultation is a good opportunity and you should be prepared for it.

  • Carry all necessary medical records for the discussion. It helps in better understanding your heart condition and avoids repetition of diagnostic tests.
  • Make sure you discuss your past medical history, surgical history, family history, and medications that you are taking.
  • Discuss about your lifestyle habits, dietary habits and also about your profession. Your lifestyle and nature of job may be associated with the risk for cardiac diseases.
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