Interventional Pain Treatments

Because Algone is always studying and learning new techniques, the treatments listed below are likely NOT all we have to offer.  To discover which treatments would be best for your condition, ask your primary care doctor to refer you to our clinic for a consultation!

Spine

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  • Cervical/Thoracic/Lumbar Epidural Steriod Injections
  • Selective Nerve Root Block
  • Sacroiliac Joint Injection
  • Facet Joint Injection
  • Neurostimulation (SCS and DRG)
  • Kyphoplasty/Spinoplasty/Vertebroplasty
  • Medial Branch Block
  • Selective Nerve RFA
  • Discogram
  • Intrathecal Pain Pump

Joint

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  • Hyaluronic Acid Injection
  • Steroid Injection
  • Stem Cell Therapy
  • PRP Therapy
  • Prolotherapy

Carpal Tunnel

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  • Steroid Injection (with or without hydrodissection)

Migraines

BOTOX Therapy Occipital Nerve Block

Medication Management

In Office Injections


Our pain specialists are highly skilled and trained in minimally invasive procedures (not surgery), including pain relieving and diagnostic injections. These injections include epidural, hyaluronic acid, and steroid injections. These injections can be used for joint, spine, and neck pain. 

*Knee, Spine and Neck Pain

Botox® for Chronic Migraines 


Botox® for chronic migraines is a safe and effective FDA approved treatment for those suffering from headaches on 15 or more days a month, with 8 being migraines. Click the link below to see if you are a candidate for this Botox® treatment.

*Neck and Migraine Pain

Vertebroplasty/ Kyphoplasty


These two procedures are very similar and benefit those who might be suffering from a compression fracture. Our highly skilled anesthesiologists and spine doctors have had extensive training and have performed thousands of these procedures. A hollow needles is used to enter the compressed verebra and a medical grade bone cement is injected to reduce pain and prevent further damage.

*Compressed Discs, Herniated Discs, Spine and Neck Pain

Neurostimulation


Neurostimulation, also called, spinal cord stimulation uses advanced medical technology to interrupt the pain signals that are sent to your brain. This procedure helps patients that are dealing with pain that originates from neuropathic, visceral and ischaemia pain.
Click below to see if you are a candidate. 

* Spine, Nerve and Neck Pain

Radiofrequency Ablation/ RFA


The overall goal for this procedure is to reduce pain and improve function. In this minimally invasive procedure, a fluroscopic machine is used (live x-ray) so that the physician is sure the needle is in the correct place. A radio frequency wave is used through the needle that ablates, or burns, the nerves that send pain signals to your brain. This is a common pain management procedure and our pain doctors have performed hundreds of these. 

* Neck, Spine and Nerve Pain

Medial Branch Blocks


The overall goal for this procedure is to reduce pain and improve function. In this minimally invasive procedure, a fluroscopic machine is used (live x-ray) so that the physician is sure the needle is in the correct place. A radio frequency wave is used through the needle that ablates, or burns, the nerves that send pain signals to your brain. This is a common pain management procedure and our pain doctors have performed hundreds of these. 

* Neck, Spine and Nerve Pain