Epidural Steroid Injections
Epidural steroid injections, or ESIs, are a minimally invasive treatment that has been used for decades to temporarily relieve low back and leg pain (sciatica). They have been shown to be effective for pain in the neck (cervical) and mid-spine (thoracic) as well.
Facet Joint Injections
A facet injection is a minimally invasive treatment option for pain caused by inflamed facet joints. Facet joint pain is often related to spinal stenosis, sciatica or arthritis and is characterized by neck, arm, low back or leg pain.
Blood consists of multiple compounds including plasma, red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets. Platelets are known for its importance in clotting factors and healing qualities from proteins called growth factors.
Medial Branch Block and Radiofrequency Neuroablations
Spinal Cord Stimulator Trial
A new minimally-invasive therapy for chronic pain is spinal cord stimulation (SCS). A spinal cord stimulator is a device that delivers electrical pulses to the spinal cord, interrupting the transmission of pain signals before they are able to reach the brain.
Selective Nerve Root Blocks
Peripheral Nerve Blocks
Trigger Point Injections
Muscles function by contracting and relaxing. Occasionally, a small part of a muscle contracts but doesn't get the signal to relax. This muscle "knot" is known as a muscular trigger point.