What is Interventional Spine and Pain Management?
Pain when diagnosed and treated correctly at the onset, will hopefully not end up becoming chronic debilitating pain. Interventional spine and pain management is a pain medicine subspecialty, where the focus is to use the latest interventional techniques including the use of Ultrasound, C arm or X ray image guidance to target the possible source of pain precisely. If we can identify the source of pain, then we can better adjust the usual conservative treatment options such as medications, physical therapy, modalities etc., to provide the best possible care for early resolution of pain. The goal is to avoid narcotics as the main source of pain relief both short term or long term.
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Conservative Management First
At Crouse Interventional Spine and Pain Management we use a conservative non-narcotic approach to diagnosing and treating pain. We start with a thorough clinical examination, before we make any treatment plan. Then conservative treatment with non-narcotic medications, physical therapy and other such modalities are tried. We strive to monitor the progress constantly and make adjustments as necessary to achieve the goal of pain control without narcotics. If there is no improvement then we implement a program of diagnostic and therapeutic interventions which may include injections.
We have the ability to offer multidisciplinary treatment options when treating patients’ acute or chronic pain.
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Conditions We Treat
Multi-disciplinary treatment options:
Crouse Medical Practice has specialists in neurology, neurosurgery, spine surgery, psychologists, physical therapists and chiropractors under one group. We can offer multi-disciplinary treatment options including:
Interventional Treatment Options Available
Interventional Spine and Pain Management
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