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Hunt Regional Healthcare board-certified Neurology and Interventional Pain Management specialists offer expertise in treating various neurological conditions and specialize in interventional pain management techniques.
The primary aim is to alleviate or manage pain and enhance overall quality of life through minimally invasive procedures tailored to diagnose and address painful conditions. Additionally, the specialist can provide insights into personalized approaches such as Spinal Cord Stimulation (SCS) for lasting relief—interventional pain management endeavors to facilitate a swift return to daily activities with minimal reliance on medications.
Prioritizing patient education and communication, partnership in healthcare is emphasized, with detailed responses to inquiries. Transparency is maintained in diagnosis and treatment options.

Consultation with a primary care provider is recommended to determine if a referral to the clinic is suitable for the specific condition.


  • Nerve blocks
  • Botox for migraines or spasticity
  • IV infusion therapy for intractable headache
  • TMJ joint injection
  • Joint injections under fluoroscopy or ultrasound (steroids, viscosupplementation for hip, knee and shoulder)
  • Nerve block for intractable joint pain (genicular nerve block for knee pain, suprascapular for shoulder pain)
  • Prolotherapy, PRP therapy
  • Ligament and tendon pain (tennis elbow, hamstring tendinopathies)
  • Trigger point injections
  • Epidural steroid injections
  • Caudal injection
  • Transforaminal or selective nerve root block for sciatica-like pain
  • Medial branch blocks and radiofrequency ablation
  • SI joint injection
  • Spinal cord stimulator
  • Head/neck cancers (stellate ganglion block)
  • Abdomen/pelvis cancers (ce!iac. superior hypogastric, ganglion impar)
  • Sympathetic block (lumbar sympathetic, stellates)
  • Spinal cord stimulator
  • Chest pain and intercostal neuralgia (intercostal nerve block)
  • Abdomen pain procedures (celiac, splanchnic nerve, ilioinguinal and genrtofemora1 nerve blocks)
  • Pelvis pain (superior hypogastric, ganglion impar, and pudendal nerve blocks)
  • Extremities (injections for carpal and tarsal tunnel, ulnar nerve entrapment)
  • Vertebroplasty/kyphoplasty (osteoarthritis or cancer-related fractures)

Boston Scientific’s proven SCS therapy can be personalized to deliver the lasting relief you need — where and when you need it.

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  • Cancer pain
  • Spasticity
  • Intractable spine pain


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