ALL TREATMENTS



Bracing


Bracing is the practice of providing supportive equipment to help offload painful areas of the body or to provide assistance with movement of the affected area.

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Epidural Steroid Injections


There are three types of epidural steroid injections: lumbar, cervical and transforaminal. These treatments involve an injection of corticosteroids (similar to cortisone) into the space just outside the covering (the dura) of the spinal cord in your lower back. Because the injection is outside (epi) the dura, it is called an epidural injection.

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Facet joint injections


Facet joint injections or medial branch blocks are performed to diagnose pain being caused by the facet joints in your neck and will not relieve pain caused by intervertebral discs, spinal nerves, or muscles, which can continue to cause pain after the procedure.

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GT BURSA INJECTIONS


GT Bursa injections are used to treat trochanteric bursitis which is a common pain condition that frequently presents as pain in the lateral hip and may radiate down the leg (mimicking sciatica).

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Injections


Injections can be used to treat a series of conditions. Each injection provides different purposes and involves different risks, benefits, and side-effects.

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iOvera


The iOvera treatment uses the body’s natural response to cold to immediately reduce pain without leaving anything behind. It precisely targets the source of pain for immediate and lasting relief without the use of drugs or pharmaceuticals.

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Kyphoplasty


Most compression fractures of the spine are attributed to osteoporosis. Kyphoplasty is a procedure that stabilizes the fracture, helps restore the height of the collapsed vertebral fracture and reduces the associated pain.

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Lumbar or Cervical Epidural Steroid Injections


There are three types of epidural steroid injections: lumbar, cervical and transforaminal. These treatments involve an injection of corticosteroids (similar to cortisone) into the space just outside the covering (the dura) of the spinal cord in your lower back. Because the injection is outside (epi) the dura, it is called an epidural injection.

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Medication Management


There are a wide variety of different medications that can help to control your pain. The doctors at Capitol Pain Institute work closely with you to choose the right medication.

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NSAIDs


Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs are remarkably effective in controlling chronic pain that is associated with inflammation – especially arthritic pain – as well as other non-inflammatory conditions such as fibromyalgia and headaches. NSAIDs are mostly available over-the-counter and are often the 1st line of therapy for patients.

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Platelet Rich Plasma


Platelet Rich Plasma is an advanced regenerative medicine therapy that utilizes the body’s own natural healing mechanisms to heal injured soft tissue, including tendons, muscles, and ligaments.

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Radiofrequency Ablation Treatment


Radiofrequency ablation (RFA) is a medical procedure that uses high-frequency electrical current to cauterize or ablate structures within the body.

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SACROILIAC JOINT INJECTIONS


A sacroiliac joint injection is generally indicated for buttock pain, which may radiate to the thigh or lower leg.

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Spinal Cord Stimulation (Neuromodulation)


Spinal Cord Stimulation (Neuromodulation) is a treatment that controls pain by using electrical current to treat a nerve – like a “digital drug.” With this treatment, small electrodes are placed under the skin and close to a nerve that carries pain signals. The electrical current then interferes with the pain signal reaching the brain, resulting in significant relief of pain and improvement in activity levels and quality of life.

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Stem Cell Therapy


Adult stem cells are derived from the patient’s bone marrow. Next, a unique solution containing platelet-rich plasma and the harvested stem cells is created and then injected into problematic regions such as degenerated joints, ligaments, herniated discs, muscles, etc. These stem cells circulate throughout the body and play an integral part in regenerating and thus healing organs and tissues at the cellular level.

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Sympathetic Blocks


The lumbar sympathetic block is a therapeutic procedure utilized for pain conditions that are sympathetically mediated (i.e. Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, Phantom Limb Pain, or even Cancer Pain). Additionally, the sympathetic block may be for diagnostic or prognostic purposes as well.

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Transforaminal Epidural Injections


A transforaminal epidural steroid injection (TFESI) is an injection of corticosteroids (similar to cortisone) into the space just outside the covering (the dura) of the spinal cord in your lower back. Because the injection is outside (epi) the dura, it is called an epidural injection. A transforaminal epidural steroid injection may be performed at a single level or at multiple levels.

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Trigger Point Injections


A trigger point injection is generally indicated to treat painful areas of muscle or knots of muscle that can form in any muscle of the body. During this injection, medication is placed into the trigger point to help alleviate the localized pain, as well as the referred pain from this trigger point. The medication injected is generally a combination of steroids and anesthetics.

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