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Headaches Not all headaches are migraines.  Therefore, it is our primary goal to locate the precise source of the headaches by taking into account all available data.

Current treatments for headaches include:
    Occipital nerve blocks
    Trigger point muscle injections
    Cervical medial branch blocks
    Cervical facet injections
Neck and Arm When a patient states that they have been suffering from neck pain and/or arm pain, what they are describing are symptoms.  It is our job to select the correct set of diagnostic tools to determine the source of those symptoms.

Current treatments for Neck and Arm pain include:
    Cervical transforaminal epidural injections
    Cervical facet Injections
    Cervical medial branch blocks
    Trigger point muscle injections
    Cervical provocation discography,
    Radiofrequency Thermocoagulation
    Spinal cord stimulation.

Upper Back Pain symptoms in this region of the body can be referred from other areas of the body, or they may be generated from a source within the upper back.  It takes a careful approach to diagnosis to determine the correct source of the pain.

Current treatments for Upper Back pain include:
Thoracic chest wall facet injection
Thoracic medial branch block
Trigger point muscle injections
Intercostal nerve blocks,
Thoracic interlaminar epidural injections
Radiofrequency Thermocoagulation.



Low Back and Legs Not all back pain is created equal.  There are multiple potential treatable sources of back and leg pain.  Common examples would include pain arising from the muscle, disc, or bony structures.  As a pain physician, it is my goal to efficiently sort through all the possible causes to determine the correct, treatable source.

Current treatments for Low Back and Leg pain include:
    Lumbar transforaminal epidural injections
    Lumbar facet and leg injections
    Lumbar medial branch blocks
    Trigger point muscle injections
    Caudal epidural injections
    Lumbar provocation discography
    Radiofrequency Thermocoagulation
    Spinal cord stimulation.


PelvisPain symptoms in this region of the body can be referred from other areas of the body, or they may be generated from a source within the pelvis.  It takes a careful approach to diagnosis to determine the correct source of the pain.

Current treatments for Pelvic pain include:
    Sacroiliac injection
    Intra-articular hip injections
    Trochanteric bursa injections
    Piriformis muscle injections.
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