Algone Interventional Pain Procedures
These procedures are performed by Algone's extensively trained Interventional Pain Management Physicians with years of extensive education, training and experience.
What is Interventional Pain Management?
Interventional Pain Management is a subspecialty field of Medicine that treats pain with minimally invasive spine and joint procedures.
Education and Training Required for an Interventional Pain Management Physician
To become an Interventional Pain Management Physician, one must complete a 4 year pre-medical Bachelor's degree, a 4 year Medical Doctorate or Doctorate of Osteopathic Medicine, as well as a 4 year residency in anesthesiology or physical medicine and rehabilitation. Many of our Physicians are also board certified and fellowship trained. To become fellowship trained, which can add additional 1-4 years for 1 certification.