Procedures We Provide


Let us help you start managing your pain

Here at the Center For Pain Management, we offer a variety of procedures to help you fight and cope with your pain. Our team of highly trained experts will work with you to find the best treatment for you based on your current health conditions. Search our extensive catalog of procedures or contact us today to let us help you start managing your pain!

Most Common Procedures

From simple injections to a basic nerve block, there are many common and uncomplicated ways to manage your pain. Based on your condition, our experts can find simple and noninvasive ways of dealing with your pain. Contact the Center For Pain Management to find a way to treat your pain with ease!

  • Lumbar epidural injections
  • Cervical Epidural injection
  • Thoracic Epidural injections
  • Lumbar Transforaminal epidural injections
  • Cervical Transforaminal epidural injections
  • Thoracic Transforaminal epidural injections
  • Lumbar medial branch nerve block
  • Cervical medial branch nerve block
  • Thoracic medial branch nerve block
  • Radiofrequency ablation (RFA) of cervical, thoracic and lumbar medial branch nerves
  • Caudal epidural injections, percutaneous lysis of epidural adhesions
  • Epidural blood patch in cervical, thoracic, and lumbar region
  • Peripheral nerve blocks
  • Trigeminal nerve block including CT guided RFA
  • Suprascapular nerve block including RFA
  • Ilioinguinal/iliohypogastric nerve block including RFA
  • Genitofemoral nerve block
  • Sympathetic plexus block
  • Stellate ganglion nerve block for upper arm pain
  • Lumbar sympathetic plexus block for leg pain
  • Neurolytic lumbar sympathetic plexus block with alcohol for peripheral vascular diseases
  • Superior hypogastric plexus block for pelvic and perineal pain
  • Ganglion of impaired block for rectal, anal pain
  • Genicular nerve block including RFA for localized knee pain
  • Pudendal nerve block for vaginal & perineal pain
  • Provocative discography

Cancer pain related nerve blocks

Cancer can be hard on the body. People during and post-cancer treatment have been known to experience vast amounts of pain due to their therapies. Cancer treatments can diminish your energy and leave you feeling drained, and additional pain doesn’t help. Immense amounts of pain can be detrimental to your body's ability to fight the disease and can hinder your recovery. If you or a loved one are experiencing pain related to a battle with cancer, there are many procedures that can lessen your pain and help you in your fight. Trust the pain management experts at the Center For Pain Management to effectively reduce your pain and keep you going.

  • RFA of trigeminal nerve for head and neck pain
  • Neurolytic intercostal nerve block with alcohol
  • Neurolytic intercostal nerve block for post-thoracotomy pain, post-mastectomy pain
  • Neurolytic celiac plexus block for pancreatic cancer and upper abdominal pain
  • Neurolytic superior hypogastric plexus block for pelvic and perineal pain
  • intrathecal neurolysis
  • Epidural neurolytic block with phenol for abdominal pain
  • Targeted radiofrequency ablation and vertebral augmentation for bony metastasis

More advanced procedures

Sometimes pain calls for more advanced procedures. Complicated pain can require a more advanced solution,but there is no need to worry. The pain experts at the Center For Pain Management will walk you through these advanced procedures and determine if this extra amount of care is needed. The Center For Pain Management has the right team and experience to complete these more complex procedures with no difficulty. See how we can help you find more efficient measures of managing your pain so you can get on with your life and start living it to the fullest.

  • Vertebral augmentation for compression fracture
  • Spinal cord stimulator for various pain conditions including post-laminectomy pain syndrome, CRPS brachial plexus injury
  • DRG stimulation for specific pain conditions including CRPS, postherpetic neuralgia, post-thoracotomy pain syndrome, post-mastectomy pain
  • Placement of intrathecal catheter and intrathecal pump for complicated pain issues including post-laminectomy pain
  • Spasticity due to multiple sclerosis
  • Ketamine infusions for severe pain from CRPS
  • Verteflex for spinal stenosis
  • MILD for spinal stenosis
  • Cervical/thoracic/Lumbar Percutaneous Discectomy
  • Targeted radiofrequency ablation and vertebral augmentation for bony metastasis