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Epidural Steroid Injections

Epidural Steroid Injections

An epidural steroid injection can be used to treat neck, upper back, lower back, and leg pain. If you are identified as an appropriate candidate for this injection by Dr. Zhang, an epidural steroid injection can be an important component to a non-surgical treatment approach to your back pain and sciatica. These injections may provide prolonged pain relief and are typically used in combination with a multimodal regimen that can include physical therapy, medications, and other complementary therapies. The exact location, approach, type of medication(s), dosage of medication(s), is tailored to each individual patient to help ensure your best results.

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Joint Injections

Joint Injections

A joint injection can be used to both diagnose and/or treat joint pain and dysfunction. These injections may provide prolonged pain relief and are typically used in combination with a multimodal regimen that can include physical therapy, medications, and other complementary therapies. The exact location, approach, type of medication(s), dosage of medication(s), is tailored to each individual patient to help ensure your best results.

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Radiofrequency Ablations

Radiofrequency Ablations

Radiofrequency ablations can be used to provide long term pain relief to many chronic pain conditions to certain areas of the body, like the back and knee. By applying heat to the tips of special needles, nerve signals can be interrupted from your areas of pain to your brain. This procedure may provide prolonged pain relief up to a year, and are typically used in combination with a multimodal regimen that can include physical therapy, medications, and other complementary therapies.

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Spinal Cord Stimulators

Spinal Cord Stimulators

A spinal cord stimulator is an advanced neuromodulation technology that can be implanted to help treat chronic pain. A few chronic pain conditions that can be effectively treated with this device are chronic low back pain, failed back surgery syndrome, diabetic peripheral neuropathy, complex regional pain syndrome, peripheral vascular disease of the lower extremities. This implantable technology may provide a long-term solution to your chronic pain and allow you to live your life more freely, do more activities than you originally could, sleep better, and improve your overall quality of life.

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Peripheral Nerve Blocks and Stimulators

Peripheral Nerve Blocks and Stimulators

A peripheral nerve is a nerve outside of your spinal cord that can not only control muscle movement of your body, but can also carry pain signals back to your brain. With a peripheral nerve block or stimulator, we can target these pain sensory nerve fibers and block pain signals from reaching your brain and give you significant pain relief.

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Trigger Point Injections

Trigger Point Injections

Sometimes the source of your pain can be myofascial, meaning it comes from your muscles and connective tissues. If you have active or latent trigger points, sometimes it can respond to a series of trigger point injections. These trigger point injections can often help break up the muscular tension and provide significant pain relief.

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Facial Pain and Headache Injections

Facial Pain and Headache Injections

Sometimes your facial pain or headaches can be caused by a facial nerve or migraine headache. This particular type of pain could potentially respond to certain types of injections, like a facial nerve block and radiofrequency ablation, a sphenopalatine block or a botox injection. Dr. Zhang will work with you to figure out the exact reason for your type of pain, and guide you to the correct therapy.

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Abdominal Wall Injections

Abdominal Wall Injections

An abdominal wall injection can be used to both diagnose and/or treat abdominal pain and dysfunction originating from the wall or even nerves traveling within the wall. These injections may provide prolonged pain relief and are typically used in combination with a multimodal regimen that can include physical therapy, medications, and other complementary therapies. The exact location, approach, type of medication(s), dosage of medication(s), is tailored to each individual patient to help ensure your best results.

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Sympathetic Blocks

Sympathetic Blocks

Sometimes your sympathetic nervous system (SNS) can be involved with causing significant chronic pain. Your sympathetic nervous system (SNS) could be causing you significant chronic pain. Normally your SNS is responsible for your “fight or flight” response. Sometimes it may go into overdrive, which leads to significant pain and dysfunction in many different parts of the body – you arm, leg, abdomen, pelvic region, etc. If you have pain related to your SNS, a sympathetic block may be able to provide prolonged pain relief by numbing up a cluster of these nerves. These injections are typically used in combination with a multimodal regimen that can include physical therapy, medications, and other complementary therapies. The exact location, approach, type of medication(s), dosage of medication(s), is tailored to each individual patient to help ensure your best results.

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