Interventional Pain Management

At Baton Rouge Rehab Hospital, we are committed to providing high quality, palliative care through interventional procedures. These procedures are aimed at treating a number of problems causing chronic pain in our patients. 
Baton Rouge Rehab Hospital works with the treating physician in meeting the specific needs and goals of our patients and improve their overall quality of life. The procedures performed in our Interventional Pain Management Department include:
  • Epidural Steroid Injections of the neck, mid and low back
  • Injections in the spinal facet joints
  • Joint injections
  • Therapeutic Botox injections
  • Baclofen pain pump trials
  • Piriformis injection
  • Trigger point injection
  • Vertebroplasty/ kyphoplasty
  • Dorsomedial branch block
  • Rhizotomy/radiofrequency ablation
  • Discography
  • Spinal cord stimulator trials
  • Neurotomy

Conditions We Treat

Conditions we treat

Living with pain can be difficult for not only the person suffering with pain, but those who care about them as well. It can have an effect on a person's work, personal relationships, and overall outlook. Interventional Pain Management has become an increasingly popular and effective tool in fighting chronic pain. Interventional pain management refers to special procedures that are performed in a pain management center to treat and manage pain. The goal of interventional pain management is to restore the function and quality of life that is compromised by the chronic pain condition.

Interventional procedures are commonly done with the use of fluoroscopy (live x-ray guidance). This allows the physicians to perform injections with increased accuracy and safety. Patients have the option of receiving conscious procedural sedation to calm and relax them during their procedure. At Baton Rouge Rehab Hospital, our staff has been specially trained in these areas to insure you have a safe and caring experience.

Patients needing interventional pain management services suffer distress and discomfort caused by a variety of conditions and disorders, including:

  • Chronic low back and neck pain
  • Arm or leg pain originating in the low back or neck
  • Chronic reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD) or complex regional pain syndrome
  • Chronic head, mouth and face pain
  • Postsurgical procedures
  • Malignancy
  • Post-traumatic pain syndrome
  • Muscle and/or bone pain
  • Migraines
  • Fibromyalgia

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