With numerous back-and-forth visits between a primary care provider and specialist undergoing ineffective prescription or over-the-counter drug therapies, it can seem impossible to find relief from your acute or chronic pain condition. Interventional pain management can give you hope for a better quality of life. Interventional pain management means that a team comprised of more than two professionals from different healthcare disciplines is dedicated to your ongoing and integrated care.
Dr Ningning He is top leading board-certified pain management physician in New Jersey. Dr. He finished her pain management training at New York University. Dr. He uses the most advanced but least invasive pain management techniques to diagnose and treat acute and chronic pain. Appropriate and targeted treatment starts with an accurate diagnosis from Dr. He and her team, followed by an action plan to suit the patient’s needs. The goal of Dr. He and her team is compassionate care of the highest quality for those suffering from pain.
|Epidural, Joint, or Trigger Point Muscle Injections (includes Piriformis Muscle Injections)||Anesthetic and steroid medications injected into the epidural space, joints, or tight muscles to relieve pain or diagnose a condition (In some cases, Botox injections may be used.)|
|Nerve, Root, and Medial Branch Blocks (includes Greater Occipital and Trigeminal Nerve, and Intercostal Blocks)||Injections to discern the source of pain or reduce inflammation and pain.|
|Spinal Cord and Peripheral Nerve Stimulators||Electrical impulses used to block pain from being perceived in the brain.|
|Radiofrequency Denervation (RFD)||Electrical current used to interrupt nerve conduction and prevent the feeling of pain|
Another pain management procedure not mentioned above includes RACZ Lysis of Adhesions in which scar tissues are dissolved from around entrapped nerves on the epidural space of the spine so that medications can better reach affected areas. Consult with the physician at Advanced Pain Care to receive a full list of available services, treatments, and techniques, and to determine if interventional pain management is the best approach to treating your acute or chronic condition, and if so, what option will be most effective. This form of pain management may just be the intervention you have been searching for to stop letting pain control your life and start finding the relief that you deserve.