With over 25 procedure options, over 90% of patients achieve pain relief and avoid potentially risky surgery!
Austin, Texas (PRWEB) April 16, 2015
The top pain management clinic in Austin TX, Interventional Pain Associates, is now offering over 25 effective pain procedures. The new procedures being offered include radiofrequency ablation, Botox injections for migraines, spinal cord stimulator implants and a new, innovative type of epidural steroid injection. The procedures are very effective and often allow patients to avoid potentially risky surgeries. Call (512) 456-8886 for more information and scheduling.
The Double Board Certified Austin pain management doctor offers both medication management and interventional procedures, depending on each person's presentation. With so many options available, the treatment regimens are customized and the vast majority achieve pain relief.
Some of the procedures available offer over six to twelve months of consistent relief, and are able to reduce the amount of pain medication necessary. This includes radiofrequency ablation, which works well for either chronic neck or back pain. Spinal cord stimulator implants offer a life-changing option for individuals facing a life of chronic pain and no surgical option.
One of the new procedures includes transforaminal epidural steroid injections. This procedure involves the Austin pain management doctor placing the steroid medication very close to where the nerve root is actually being pinched. Results are typically excellent.
With Botox injections for migraines, patients are able to reduce both the frequency and severity of the headaches. The procedure involves a series of injections that takes about 20 minutes. Then the procedure can be repeated every 3 months as necessary.
Most insurance is accepted at Interventional Pain Associates. This includes most PPO's, Personal Injury Liens, Workers Compensation, Tricare, Medicare and self pay as well.
Call (512) 456-8886 for more information and scheduling with pain management Austin trusts.