Interventional Pain Management Services

Pain Management located in St. Louis, MO & Granite City, IL

Interventional Pain Management Services, with two offices in St. Louis and one in Granite City, Missouri, is built on the premise that pain management and treatment plans should be multifaceted and unique to each patient. The entire team understands that no two cases are the same, as pain affects everybody differently.

That’s why the experienced physicians at Interventional Pain Management Services take advantage of traditional and innovative pain relief techniques alike to restore their patients’ quality of life. They start by using X-ray guided techniques to precisely target the problem areas to treat the root of their patients’ pain.

With decades of combined experience, the team at Interventional Pain Management Services is able to provide a wide breadth of pain relief procedures, such as epidural steroid injections, selective nerve root blocks, radiofrequency lesioning of the nerve root, lumbar discography, kyphoplasty and vertebroplasty, percutaneous disc decompression, neuromodulation (spinal cord stimulation), intrathecal pumps, stellate ganglion block, trigger point injections, and lumbar sympathetic block.

From chronic neck and back pain to cervical radiculopathy and arthritis pain, the physicians at Interventional Pain Management Services have the experience, expertise, and state-of-the-art equipment necessary to alleviate pain and restore their patients’ quality of life. To learn more about the services available, call the nearest office or book an appointment online today.

Accepted Insurances

Interventional Pain Management Services accepts most major insurances, please call our office for more information.

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Cigna
Coventry
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