Locations are fully equipped with state-of-the-art technology and experienced, trained staff. Injection procedures are routinely performed under fluoroscopic guidance to ensure accuracy and precision.
Involuntary muscle contractions are known as muscle spasms or muscle spasticity.
Discography, or a discogram, is an outpatient diagnostic procedure that is performed to identify painful discs in the spine.
An epidural steroid injection (ESI) is a procedure that can be done to help relieve neck, arm, back, and leg pain caused by inflamed spinal nerves.
Facet Joints are small joints at each segment of the spine that help guide motion and provide stability.
PRP is a concentration of platelet cells taken from your blood, and these platelets have growth factors that may help in the healing process of chronic injuries.
Radiofrequency Neuroablation is intended to decrease or stop pain originating from facet joints of the spine.
The sacroiliac joint injection or SI injection is usually performed to either diagnose or treat low back pain and/or sciatica symptoms associated with sacroiliac joint dysfunction.
Nerve roots exit the spinal cord and form nerves that travel into the arms and legs.
A spinal cord stimulator, also known as a dorsal column stimulator, is an implanted electronic device used to help treat chronic pain.
Trigger point injection (TPI) is used to treat extremely painful areas of muscle. A trigger point is a knot of muscle that forms when muscles do not relax.