Pain Treatments Offered by the Top Beverly Hills & Los Angeles Pain Relief Center

Intelligent Pain and Regenerative Medicine Solutions offers Cutting Edge Treatments that provide exceptional pain relief for those suffering from acute or chronic conditions. At the top Beverly Hills pain management center, all treatments are provided by a Double Board Certified physician with over 20 years experience!

All of the interventional therapies being offered are minimally invasive, outpatient and exceptionally low risk. If you or a loved one is suffering from a painful condition such as sciatica, failed back surgery, whiplash, spinal stenosis, neuropathy – then Intelligent Pain and Regenerative Medicine Solutions can offer relief to help you get back to work, playing with the kids and change your life.

Pain Treatments

Adhesiolysis Los Angeles & Beverly Hills CA

Epidural adhesiolysis is a minor surgery used to treat chronic pain and leg pain. The epidural space lies between the spinal cord and the vertebrae (bones of the spine).

Positioned between each bone of the spine are intervertebral discs. These discs are quarter-sized, fibrous cushions that form joints and hold the bones of the spine together.

An epidural blood patch is a procedure where the doctor injects a blood sample into the epidural space near the spinal cord to stop spinal fluid leakage.

An epidural steroid injection (ESI) is used to confirm a diagnosis or relieve the pain associated with a condition.

A facet joint injection (FJI) is a procedure where an anti-inflammatory steroid is injected into the facet joints, with or without an anesthetic.

The ganglion impar block is used to treat pain located in the very low back and buttocks. The ganglion impar is a nerve bundle located near the coccyx (tailbone).

An intrathecal pain pump is a device that is surgical implanted to help with pain management. The small pump delivers pain medication to the area around the spinal cord.

Knee injections are used to treat the inflammation and pain associated with arthritis and traumatic injury. The knee joint supports various types of movement, such as bending, twisting, and flexing.

A joint injection is the instillation of a corticosteroid or other solution into the joint, which is the place where two bones join together. The bone ends are surrounded by a joint capsule, which is filled with synovial fluid.

The lumbar discogram is a test used to determine if a disc is the source of back pain. This test stresses the intervertebral disc to evaluate if it is reproducing pain.

A lumbar sympathetic nerve block involves injecting an anesthetic agent onto the sympathetic ganglion, which is located along the lumbar spine.

The spine is lined with small joints, which are called facet joints. In these joints are medial nerves that transfer pain signals to the brain when the joint is inflamed.

The occipital nerve block is an injection used to treat pain of the head and scalp. This block can be either a diagnostic tool or a treatment.

Chronic pain medications are lawfully prescribed by healthcare professionals. The use pain relievers and other medicines is the basis of chronic pain management.

Back pain affects millions of adults in America, with statistics reporting that around 2% of the workforce in the U.S. filing workers’ compensation claims due to back pain.

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy is an innovative new treatment for injuries and chronic conditions. There has been extensive publicity about PRP therapy.

Radiofrequency ablation can be used to treat patients with long-standing (chronic) back and neck pain, as well as pain related to arthritis of the joints.

A sacroiliac (SI) joint injection is instillation of a corticosteroid or other medication into the SI joint. Sacroiliac joints are located on either side of the tailbone (sacrum), and they connect the tailbone to the pelvis.

Patients who do not respond to conventional chronic pain treatments and surgeries often find relief with spinal cord stimulation (SCS). A spinal cord stimulator is a small device that is surgically implanted into the patient’s body.

A stellate ganglion block is an advanced treatment option used for many chronic pain syndromes. The injection is a sympathetic block of nerves that supply the head, neck, and upper extremities.

The human body is composed of billions of specialized cells, which form body structures like the brain, muscles, ligaments, tendons, bone, and skin.

A superior hypogastric plexus block is a procedure where an anesthetic is used to block activity of certain sympathetic nerves.

A trigger point injection is used to treat various painful conditions, such as myofascial pain syndrome. These injections are used to inactivate pain signals in the body through release of endorphins and inactivation of the trigger point injected.