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Pain Management at Brand Surgical Institute

Chronic pain is an unfortunate fact of life for many people. Luckily, with proper medical supervision and the right pain management specialist, it can make life much more manageable. At Brand Surgical Institute, we have many skilled pain treatment specialists who will alleviate your pain so that you can peacefully enjoy life the way you were meant to.

Our pain management specialists are a group of specially trained doctors who are dedicated to evaluating and treating both acute and chronic pain. The team will use minor procedures such as a lumbar epidural steroid injection or a selective nerve-root block to take care of patients. 

 

Our team uses the latest techniques to ensure all patients get a comprehensive treatment plan that helps them smooth away their painful aches and sores. Rest assured, the staff at Brand Surgical Institute will be a comforting presence throughout the pain management process as well as afterwards

Personal Injury Liens Accepted for Pain Management Treatments!

Comprehensive Treatments for Acute & Chronic Pain

Our specialists at Brand Surgical Institute provide individualized treatment plans that are tailored to our patients condition, as well as to the degree of pain they are experiencing.  Each treatment accommodates the needs of our patient.  

It is our most important goal to help you achieve long lasting pain relief that improves your quality of life. Our physicians listen to what’s going on with you and asking questions that will help them correctly diagnose your pain. And because we all experience pain differently, we  will create a personalized treatment plan tailored to your needs with the goal of minimizing your pain, increasing your functionality, and getting you back to being you as soon as possible.

Pain Management Treatments at Brand Surgical Institute

Epidural Steroid Injection (ESI)

An epidural steroid injection (ESI) is a minimally invasive procedure that helps relieve neck, back, arm, and leg pain caused by inflamed spinal nerves that can be caused by spinal stenosis or disc herniation. Medications are delivered to the epidural space, which is a fat-filled area between the bone and the protective sac of the spinal nerves. Pain relief after an epidural injection may last from several days to years. The goal is to reduce pain so that you may resume normal activities.

What is an epidural steroid injection (ESI)?

A steroid injection is a cortocosteroid and an anesthetic numbing agent. These medications are injected into the epidural space of the spine which is between the bony vertebra and the protective dura sac that sorrounds the spinal cord and nerves (see Fig. 1)

Figure 1.  Side view of the spine. The epdural space where the medication is injected is a fat-filled spce that is between the bony vertebra and the dura sac which protects and surrounds the spinal cord and nerve roots

Trigger Point Injections at Brand Surgical Institute 

Trigger point injection (TPI) is an option for treating painful areas of the muscle that are caused when muscles do not relax. Knots in the muscle can sometimes be felt under the skin. Some trigger points can irritate the nerves that are around them and cause referred pain (pain that is felt elsewhere on the body) 

What Happens During a TPI?

Your doctor will insert a small needle into your trigger point. The medication includes a local anesthetic or saline, and may include a corticosteroid. Relief is experienced not only in the affected muscle but in the referred pain as well. 

Is TPI Right For You?

A trigger point injection may be right for you if your muscle pain has had no improvement  with other treatments such as, pain medication and physical therapy.

More Pain Management Treatments

  • Facet Block 

  • Chropractic Care

  • Physical Therapy 

  • Sacroiliac Joint Injection

  • Medication 

  • Platelet Rich Plasma