Interventional Pain Management

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"Interventional pain management combines different approaches in a personalized treatment program for optimized patient outcomes. If you have a musculoskeletal pain condition, the interventional pain specialists at Pacific Sports and Spine in Eugene, Oregon, can help. The team provides a range of treatments for chronic pain, including steroid injections, kyphoplasty, neuromodulation, and radiofrequency ablation. Interventional pain management is an approach to relieving acute and chronic pain. It uses a combination of treatments to achieve optimal results for patients.While medication does have its place, painkillers that mask the problem don't offer a long-term solution. However, interventional pain management addresses the root cause of your pain.In addition to their extensive experience in interventional pain management, the team at Pacific Sports and Spine plays a key role in cutting-edge clinical trials, helping to develop new and better treatments.Neuropathic pain results from nerve damage or dysfunction, which may be a complication of diseases like diabetes (which causes diabetic neuropathy) or shingles (which causes post-herpetic neuralgia). Neuropathic pain can also develop for no identifiable reason.Spinal and joint injections most often use a combination of local anesthetic and steroid medication. The anesthetic temporarily numbs the pain in your back or joints, while the steroids reduce inflammation and offer longer-term relief.Possibilities include facet joint injections, thoracic epidural steroid injections, medial branch blocks, celiac plexus blocks, lumbar sympathetic blocks, lumbar transforaminal epidural steroid injections, and piriformis injections."

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