Interventional medicine can help you manage acute pain. Start improving your quality of life today by meeting with one of our specialists.
For Chronic Pain
Chronic pain interferes with all aspects of life. Interventional medicine can help you find relief so you can get back to doing the things you enjoy.
How Does It Work?
Interventional medicine uses techniques like injections, nerve blocks, and stimulation to help chronic pain patients manage their condition. Procedures are performed on an outpatient basis, saving you time and money.
Interventional medicine is often part of a multidisciplinary approach to pain relief, used with other programs such as physical therapy and chiropractic care.
What Types of Pain Does Envista Medical Treat?
As pain medicine specialists, we treat various types of pain with interventional medicine, including:
Chronic headaches or migraines
Severe lower back pain
Chronic neck pain
Muscle and/or bone pain
Degenerative disc disease
Shoulder or elbow pain
Lumbar spinal stenosis
Facet joint pain
Make an Appointment
Call us today at (661) 587-0700. You can also use the convenient “Request a Free Consultation” form on this page and someone from our office will call you.
What Interventional Medicine Treatments Do You Offer?
Injections, also known as nerve blocks, decrease pain by interrupting how pain signals are sent to your brain. We offer the following:
Trigger point injections for muscle spasms, including the upper back and shoulder areas
Sacroiliac joint (SI) injections for the SI joints, located on either side of the tailbone
Corticosteroid Injections for osteoarthritis and other causes of inflammation
Supartz Injections for knee pain caused by osteoarthritis
SPG nerve block, a needle-free procedure to relieve chronic headache and migraine pain
Occipital nerve block, an injection to relieve headache and neck pain
Braces and Support, including knee, back, shoulder and neck braces
Electrical stimulation for certain spine conditions that affect your brain or nerves, such as peripheral neuropathy.
To schedule a free consultation with an interventional medicine specialist, call (661) 587-0700.