If you have been living with chronic pain for a long time, you may not even realize how badly it is affecting your life – until you experience some relief. Back pain can take over the control of your health and happiness if you don’t know how to treat it.
Interventional pain management procedures that can alleviate your pain without surgery
Access to the latest developments in non-surgical and non-invasive treatment techniques utilized to relieve chronic pain
Specialty injections designed to address your pain at its source, including epidural and joint-specific injections
Treatment from a team of interventional pain medicine professionals who know your pain is real, even if you haven’t been given a diagnosis that pinpoints the source or cause
A caring and supportive environment that reduces the anxiety and depression that chronic pain and other treatment facilities can cause
Referrals to our onsite expert neurosurgical team if surgery is warranted in your case
The pain management team at Arkansas Surgical Hospital understands your pain and knows just how much chronic pain can impact all aspects of your health and well-being.
Every patient’s needs are different, so a range of non-invasive procedures are available at Arkansas Surgical Hospital to help ease your pain:
Facet Joint Injections: used to minimize inflammation in joints and the spine, facet injections can alleviate pain right at the source
Selective Nerve Root Blocks: used to identify and isolate specific spinal cord nerve roots causing your chronic back pain in order to provide direct injections of pain medication
Epidural Steroid Injections: used alone or with physical therapy, these steroid injections target lower back and upper leg pain via the epidural space in your spine. They can be used a pain management option before resorting to surgery or after surgery while recovering from the procedure
Radiofrequency Rhizotomy: using heat generated by radio waves, this procedure deadens the sensory nerves transmitting pain signals to the back and legs
Whether you have been suffering with pain for a few months or a few years, the team at Arkansas Surgical Hospital can help. Contact us to learn more about what the latest techniques in chronic pain management can do for you.