Services We Provide
APAC provides a wide array of services designed to treat your pain condition with a multidisciplinary approach. Our pain team consists of experts in the fields of interventional anesthesiology, physical medicine and rehab physicians, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, and medical assistants. In addition to our team at APAC, we have hand-picked expert specialists such as physical therapists, pain psychologists, and spinal surgeons who compliment our multi-faceted approach. Utilizing our experienced team approach, we treat a wide variety of acute and chronic pain conditions and tailor our treatment plans to fit your individual needs.
We utilize interventional approaches (injections) to treat painful conditions such as herniated discs, spinal stenosis, nerve injuries from trauma or surgery, occipital headaches , shoulder pain, arthritic joint pain, and sympathetic nerve pain. We also provide surgical interventions such as spinal cord stimulators, discographies, and Radiofrequency Ablations.
Complimentary to the interventional approach, APAC’s comprehensive management program includes a full spectrum of treatments that are non-interventional. Our multi-specialty approach includes the use of medications, physical therapy, and various modalities with the goal of improving your function and quality of life as well as reducing your pain. Our team is experienced at managing your musculoskeletal injuries including acute or chronic neck and back pain, fibromyalgia, peripheral neuropathy, spinal stenosis, sacroiliac joint dysfunction, RSD, sprains and strains, arthritis, sports injuries and headaches.
Procedures We Perform
How it's performed
When should this be used?
Epidural injections successfully relieve many pain symptoms. They may be used to delay or even eliminate the need for surgery or other procedures, particularly in patients with severe pain caused by a herniated disc, degenerative disc disease or spinal stenosis.
Facet Nerve Blocks
Facet joints are located along the entire length of the spine from the neck to the lower back, where one vertebra slightly overlaps another. These joints guide the spine’s movement. A facet block is performed to determine whether a facet joint is a source of pain, and/or to treat pain.