Kyphoplasty, also called vertebral augmentation, is a procedure designed to relieve back pain caused by compression fractures that have not healed properly in the mid or low back region of the spine.
Muscle or Tendon Injections for Treating Pain
A trigger point injection may be right for you if you have "knots" in your muscles, or extremely painful and tight muscles that fail to relax.
A myelogram is an exam of the spinal cord and column to identify the root cause of your back pain and help your doctor determine a proper treatment plan. It is also used if you are unable to have an MRI exam. Because it is a diagnostic test, it is not intended to relieve your pain.
Carpal tunnel injections can help diagnose the source of pain and provide relief from wrist pain.
A nerve root block is an injection into the sheath surrounding a nerve root in the spine to decrease your pain temporarily and to identify where the pain is coming from precisely.
Nucleoplasty is a treatment using radio waves to treat bulging or herniated discs in the back.
A procedure to decrease or eliminate pain from specifically identified nerves.
Scroiliac (SI) joint injections are used to determine the source of pain in your back and provide therapeutic treatment.
A procedure to help treat and diagnose pain in the sympathetic nervous system.