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Innovative. Compassionate. Ethical. Patient Focused. Non-Surgical. Evidence Based. Effective. Those are just a few words to describe the Aspire Pain Relief Institute’s approach to the practice of Interventional Pain.

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Interventional
Pain Medicine

What Is An Interventional
Pain Medicine Doctor?

Aspire’s Total Approach
to Pain Management

Interventional Pain Medicine

Interventional Pain Medicine is a relatively new medical specialty in the United States that has, unfortunately, become synonymous with the opioid epidemic. While experts in the field of Interventional Pain Medicine understand that conservative use of prescription medications can help some patients manage their symptoms, they are even more likely to consider techniques like injections or minimally invasive procedures that get directly to the source of the pain.

At Aspire Pain Relief Institute, our Interventional Pain Medicine specialists are board-certified and highly skilled to not only treat the symptoms of pain, but to identify the “pain generator” – that is – the real, true source of pain. In this way, our patients are able to achieve much better outcomes in the management of their symptoms long-term.

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What Is An Interventional Pain Medicine Doctor?

An Interventional Pain Medicine physician has specialized training in the evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of different kinds of pain. Interventional Pain Medicine doctors are uniquely qualified to identify the origin of a patient’s pain so special emphasis is given to the evaluation of the patient’s condition before rendering a diagnosis or prescribing a treatment protocol.

With the correct diagnosis in place, the doctor will recommend the best course of treatment for that patient. Common procedures include nerve blocks, spinal injections or nerve stimulation through an implantable device. Occasionally, prescription medications are suitable. Depending on the complexity of the pain, a combination of treatments, carefully supervised by the physician, may be appropriate.

New Patients

A typical first appointment with an Interventional Pain Medicine doctor will include a comprehensive review of the patient’s medical history, a thorough physical and neurological examination and then a careful review of all findings with the patient.

The role of the Interventional Pain Medicine doctor is not isolated to the treatment of a patient’s physical pain.

Aspire’s Total Approach to Pain Management

The role of the Interventional Pain Medicine doctor is not isolated to the treatment of a patient’s physical pain. These physicians also coordinate adjunct care plans to maximize pain relief including physical and/or psychological therapy sessions as well as rehabilitation programs. We believe in treating the whole person.

No One Should Live With Chronic Pain And You Don’t Have To Face It Alone.
Contact The Physicians At Aspire Pain Relief Institute Today.

No One Should Live With Chronic Pain And You Don’t Have To Face It Alone.

Contact The Physicians At Aspire Pain Relief Institute Today.

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