(907) 373-9460 M-F 8:30am-4:30pm
At Algone Interventional Pain Clinic, our providers are experts in evaluating, diagnosing and creating a plan of care tailored to our patient’s individual needs. Algone’s pain specialists take an interventional approach to ensure the best possible outcomes for our patients. As Alaska’s premier interventional pain management clinic, we treat neck, back and joint pain which may be caused by a number of potential diagnoses. Algone’s providers have extensive training and are highly qualified in many minimally invasive treatment modalities. These procedures provide similar, sometimes better, results than traditional surgeries but with smaller incisions and less trauma to the patient’s body, allowing faster and sometimes immediate recovery.
To learn more about the services we provide and how we can help you please contact our office today!
A post graduate program (a fellowship) dedicated to pain medicine is a one year training program beyond the normal medical school and residency training, which most regular health care providers receive. This program trains physicians on micro invasive procedures to treat pain. A pain fellowship program also educates a physician on how to properly manage pain medications. Pain physicians with this specialty training are also trained to focus on a comprehensive medical evaluation for each patient directed toward their specific symptoms to establish a better treatment plan. The Algone Center helps a patient eliminate pain through options other than medication and major surgery.
The Algone Interventional Pain Clinic accepts most private insurances. We are in network with: BCBS, Aetna, Cigna, Multi-Plan, Corvel, First Choice, plus many more. For specific questions regarding your coverage, please contact us at 907-373-9460.
The Algone Interventional Pain Clinic will directly bill your insurance(s). We accept all major credit and debit cards as well as cash. We also will help you make payment arrangements if necessary. Please ask our office staff about payment arrangement details.
Most procedures are performed in clinic or at an Ambulatory Surgery center for patient’s convenience. There are a select few procedures that must be done at a hospital.
Most procedures are minimally invasive with only a needle entering the skin. Regional anesthetics or conscious sedation is available for procedures if needed.
While most procedures take less than 15 minutes, please plan on 1-2 hours for a procedure to include preparation time and recovery.
In most cases, if you were able to work before the procedure, you will be able to return to work the day following your procedure.