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Pain Management Procedures
- Celiac Plexus Nerve Block$ 1,116
Surgical procedure performed in order to reduce pain in the abdomen caused by chronic diseases such as cancer, pancreatitis or adhesions. Local anesthetic is injected into the abdominal area in order to block the celiac plexus nerves that would transmit pain signals from the abdomen to the brain. This can be performed as a treatment or as a diagnostic test.
- Epidural Steriod Injection (Cervical, Thoracic, Lumbar)$ 1,210
The epidural space is a fat-filled sleeve that surrounds the spinal sac which provides cushioning for the nerves and spinal cord. Steroids (‘cortisone’) placed into the epidural space have a very potent anti-inflammatory action that can decrease pain and lead to a better quality of life for patients. Steroids can break the cycle of pain and inflammation. They can also allow the body to compensate for the underlying condition. In this way, the injections can provide benefits that outlast the effects of the steroid itself.
- Facet Joint Injection (Cervical/Lumbar) 1 Level$ 1,331
Procedure in which the source of a patient’s pain in the facet joints is located and treated in order to provide relief and allow the patient to withstand the physical therapy required to rehabilitate an injury or back problem. A small amount of anesthetic and/or steroid medication is injected into two points of the facet joint in the cervical, thoracic or lumbar area. This anesthetizes the joint and blocks the pain.
- Facet Joint Injection (Cervical/Lumbar) 2 Level$ 1,452
Procedure in which the source of a patient’s pain in the facet joints is located and treated in order to provide relief and allow the patient to withstand the physical therapy required to rehabilitate an injury or back problem. A small amount of anesthetic and/or steroid medication is injected into one point in the facet joint in the cervical, thoracic or lumbar area. This anesthetizes the joint and blocks the pain.
- Facet Joint Injection (Cervical/Lumbar) 3 Level$ 1,463
Injection of anesthetic and anti-inflammatory medication into facet joint (pair of joints between vertebrae in the spine) to relieve inflammation and pain caused by osteoarthritis or injury.
- Facet Joint RFA$ 1,870
Surgical removal of tumors or other dysfunctional tissue by using the heat generated from radio frequency current. Performed by placing needle-like RFA probe inside the tumor.
- Facet Joint RFA Bilateral$ 1,980
- Lumbar Sympathetic Nerve Block$ 1,166
Procedure to block the sympathetic nerves causing pain in the lower extremities. A local anesthetic is injected into the or around the sympathetic nerves on either side of the spine in the lower back in order to prevent them from carrying pain information back to the spinal cord.
- Occipital Nerve Block for Headache$ 660
Injection of a steroid or other medication around the greater and lesser occipital nerves in the back of the head above neck area. Performed to alleviate inflammation of tissue around occipital nerves causing headaches or migraine.
- SI Joint$ 1,166
- SI Joint RFA$ 1,980
Injection of anesthetic and anti-inflammatory medication (e.g, corticosteroid) into sacroiliac joint (joint next to bottom of spine connecting sacrum with pelvis). Performed to alleviate pain and inflammation and restore motion.
- Steroid Injection Knee$ 572
Injection of pain-relieving medication (such as cortisone) into an area just below the kneecap. Performed to relieve stiffness, pain and inflammation caused by osteoarthritis (loss of cartilage).
- Supraorbital Nerve Block$ 660
Injection of depot steroid into supraorbital nerve (nerve passing through the upper eyelid). Performed in order to aid repair of lacerations or excisions of the scalp.
- Trigger Point Injection$ 660
Injection of anesthetic or corticosteroid given directly into area found to be a ‘trigger point’ of pain.
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