Pain Management in Delray Beach & Boca Raton, FL
Back pain is a problem for 70 million Americans. Fortunately, spine surgery is rarely needed. Instead, back and neck conditions are often treated with interventional pain management techniques like epidural injections and nerve blocks.
Pain management is comprised of pharmacological, nonpharmacological, and other approaches aimed at preventing, reducing, or stopping pain sensations.
At Allegiance Orthopedic & Spine Institute, our surgeon uses image-guided fluoroscopy (a special type of X-ray) to inject pain-relieving medication precisely where you need it, without risking damage to your spine. The medication works by reducing pain caused by inflammation, and results can last for several months. Injections can be repeated for longer lasting benefits.
Interventional Pain Management
Allegiance Orthopedic & Spine Institute is your source for interventional pain management using injection therapy. Many people are able to postpone the need for surgery and even avoid surgery altogether by using these injections:
- Epidural injections: low back, neck, and upper back
- Facet joint injection
- Sacroiliac (SI) joint injection
- Trigger point injections
There’s much more to interventional pain management than simply taking medication. Our strategy is to reduce your pain level enough for you to participate in activities like physical therapy, which would otherwise be impossible due to the pain.
Staying active is the key to healing and long-term health, which is our goal for you. Everyone has a different tolerance for pain, so getting to know you and how pain interferes with your life is important to us.
Interventional pain management is used to treat:
- Low back pain
- Neck pain
- Nerve pain (neuropathy)
- Coccydynia (tailbone pain)
- Pinched nerves
For Back Pain Releif, Contact Us Today!
Don’t let pain hold you back another day. Consider having a pain injection at Allegiance Orthopedic & Spine Institute. With two offices in Palm Beach County, you can get treatment close to home. Request an appointment online or call now: (561) 330-4358.