Pain Intervention Procedures and Therapy
What Is Interventional Pain Management?
Interventional pain management procedures are often an important component of our comprehensive pain treatment program. Interventional pain management refers to a group of minor or major surgical procedures that can be used to control acute or chronic painful conditions. These include, but are not limited to, trigger point injections, a variety of nerve blocks, epidural steroid injections, spinal cord stimulators and ultrasound guided injections.
Our physicians have, not only, completed the highest level of training, but have extensive years of experience in performing these procedures for our patients.
Preferred Rehabilitation Inc
Preferred Rehabilitation Inc takes pride in providing the latest technical advancements in rehabilitation using a multidisciplinary approach to treat patients with pain and physical limitations caused by injuries from soft tissue to catastrophic. For almost 25 years, we have helped thousands recover from pain and injuries with our unique combination of personalized, hands-on techniques and technical expertise.
Holding Hands, Not Obstacles
We hand-hold our patients through every step offering constant communication between our patients, their therapists, trainers, in house and outside doctors, family members, transportation and funding source to provide exceptional care.
Spine, Sports, & Occupational Medicine PC
Board certified physicians are always available to continually monitor and revise your treatment plan.
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