Other Injection Therapies


A Lumbar Symathetic Block is applied to a patient.

Celiac Plexus Block

A celiac plexus block is an injection of local anesthetic in or around the celiac plexus. This injection is intended to treat severe abdominal pain, mostly caused by cancer.

Hypogastric Plexus Block

Hypogastric plexus block is an injection of local anesthetic intended to reduce chronic pelvic and lower abdominal pain.

Stellate Ganglion Block

Stellate ganglion block is an injection of local anesthetic in the nerve tissue of the neck.

Lumbar Sympathetic Block

A lumbar sympathetic block injects a local anesthetic and blocks the Sympathetic Nerves which are located on either side of the spine.

Ganglion Impar Block

Ganglion impar block is a local anesthetic injection intended to reduce chronic pelvic pain.

Peripheral Nerve Blocks

A peripheral nerve block is done by injecting a local anesthesia near a nerve and can reduce the amount of medication that may be needed for a procedure.

Neuraxial Blocks

Injection of local anesthetics and additives into the epidural or subarachnoid spaces for pain relief.

Trigger Point Injection

A trigger point injection is used for treating pains or “knots” in muscles that form when muscles don’t relax.

Subcutaneous Infiltration/ Scar Infiltration

Local anesthetic injection to receive nerve or soft tissue pain relief.

The Sphenocath® Procedure

The Sphenocath procedure injects is a small, soft catheter specifically designed for insertion into a patient’s nose using fluoroscopic guidance. Medication inside the device is delivered to the mucus over the sphenopalatine ganglion, effectively administering a SPG block for migraine or headache pain.

Genicular Nerve Block procedure

Genicular Nerve Block procedure, G Block, is an injection of local anesthetic to the Genicular nerves. Genicular nerves are the sensory nerves that transmit pain signals to the brain. This procedure is very low risk because no other medicines are used.

Kyphoplasty

During a Kyphoplasty, a small incision is made in the back using fluoroscopy; a tube is inserted and guided to the correct position to create a path into the fractured area of the involved vertebrae. The doctor inserts a balloon through the tube and into the vertebrae, carefully inflating it to elevate the fracture and return the pieces to a normal position. This creates a cavity inside the vertebrae. Then, the doctor fills the cavity with a cement-like material called polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA), to stabilize the bone.

Pudenal Nerve Block

Pudendal Nerve Blocks are minimally invasive procedures with low risks. They can be performed under X-ray guidance with a small amount of local anesthetic. Patients can expect almost immediate relief of pain and discomfort in the pelvic area upon completion of the procedure

Botox® for Headaches

Botox® is the only FDA approved preventive treatment that works to prevent chronic headaches and migraines before they begin. This treatment is a series of injections to muscles of the face, head, and neck.

Botox® for Spasticity

Occipital Nerve Blocks