Interventional Pain Management
Living with chronic pain is a reality for millions of people, interrupting the ability to enjoy even the smallest of life’s pleasures. What many may not know, is that presently there are various interventional pain management techniques that can help control and treat pain. Acute pain is most likely your body telling you that something isn’t quite right. 90% of all medical conditions are discovered as a result of the onset of pain.
When pain is not resolved post medical treatment, the pain then becomes chronic in nature. Chronic pain can cause drastic changes in a person’s ability to function in everyday life.
The physicians at TCO utilize non-narcotic, modern interventional techniques to address the complexity of all acute and chronic pain conditions including:
Non-Narcotic Pain Medications
Selective Nerve Root Blocks
Radiofrequency Ablation (Rhizotomy) for Facet and Sacroiliac Pain
Spinal Cord Stimulation
Ultrasound and X-ray Guided Injections
Medical Pain Management
Interrupting the ability to enjoy even the smallest of life’s pleasures, millions of people are living with acute or chronic pain. What many may not know, is that currently there are various medical pain management techniques that can help control pain.
Our goal at TCO is to help you decrease or eliminate your pain, to return you to your maximum level of function and to help you restore your quality of life. Treatments may include:
Osteopathic Manipulative Therapy
Trigger Point Injections
Injections for the Treatment of Migraine Headaches
Electrical Mechanical Therapy
Hot Pack Treatments
Cold Therapy Treatment
Allen B. Shoham, MD is a double board certified interventional pain medicine physician. He is able to help patients reduce the severity and duration of pain. His practice is devoted to the diagnosis and treatment of pain, utilizing non-narcotic, modern interventional techniques.
Kenneth E. Breeden, DO is a board certified pain management physician. He is also board certified in family medicine as well as geriatric medicine. Dr. Breeden has limited his practice to helping patients manage acute and chronic non-cancer pain.