Interventional Pain Management
Interventional pain management includes certain procedures to reduce or help you cope with pain. It may involve anesthetic or steroid injections to control pain and inflammation, spinal cord stimulation, radiofrequency ablation, cryoablation and insertion of drug delivery systems. Interventional pain management is used to treat chronic headaches, back pain, pain associated with malignancy, post traumatic pain, bone pain and complex regional pain syndrome. It improves your quality of life by allowing you to participate in more activities.
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