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What Is Interventional Pain Management?
By Victoria Pain & Rehabilitation Center Interventional Pain Management
February 05, 2020
Tags: pain management  

Find out how interventional pain management could benefit your long-term health.

Severe and chronic pain keeps millions of people from doing what they love. It can affect almost every facet of a person’s life, from their interventional pain managementsocial and romantic lives to their careers. Dealing with long-term pain that dictates what you can and can’t do can also cause stress, anxiety, insomnia, and depression. The goal of our pain management physicians, Dr. Wilson Almonte and Dr. Ted Lin, is to provide patient-centric healthcare geared at managing pain and getting patients back to doing what they love.
 
What is interventional pain management? 
If you are dealing with severe chronic pain that isn't responding to home care then you may want to consider interventional pain management. Interventional pain management involves uses a variety of minimally invasive procedures such as joint injections, electrostimulation, nerve blocks, and implant drug delivery systems along with lifestyle modifications, stress management, and physical therapy to provide more well-rounded and thorough pain management.

We treat patients dealing with pain that affects their everyday life and makes it challenging to enjoy hobbies or to effectively perform their jobs. If you have found other treatment options to be unsuccessful in the past, then the solution to treating your chronic pain could be turning to our interventional pain doctors practicing in Sugar Land and Victoria, TX.
 
What conditions can interventional pain management treat? 
Interventional pain management is ideal for anyone dealing with either acute or chronic pain conditions. This multimodal approach to treating pain can improve:

  • Neck and back pain
  • Joint pain
  • Post-surgical pain
  • Chronic headaches and migraine
  • Herniated discs
  • Degenerative disc disease
  • Arthritis
  • Spinal fractures
  • Tennis elbow
  • Tendon or cartilage injuries
  • Pain due to personal injury, work-related injuries, or trauma

 
What an interventional pain specialist can do? 
Dr. Almonte, Dr. Lin, and their medical team have in-depth knowledge of pain and have received specialized training to be able to diagnose and treat a wide range of musculoskeletal and neuropathic problems.

We not only have the specialized tools needed to diagnose conditions quickly and accurately, but we also have a broad knowledge of the most advanced minimally invasive treatments, therapies, and techniques available to help manage pain. An evaluation usually involves:

  • Going through your medical history
  • Performing a physical and neurological exam
  • Reviewing any diagnostic tests

If other conservative treatments have failed you, this doesn't mean that you have to give in to the pain. Our physicians will work tirelessly to find the right pain management plan for you.
 
Need care? Give us a call
If you are ready to take control of your chronic pain, our team at Victoria Pain & Rehabilitation Center and Brazos Pain Management is here to help. If you are looking for a pain management physician in Victoria or Sugar Land, TX, call one of our offices today:

  • (361) 575-2882 Victoria (Interventional Pain Management)
  • (361) 578-7396 Victoria (Physical Therapy)
  • (281) 240-4300 Sugar Land

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