We offer a multitude of epidural injections for lumbar, thoracic, and cervical pathology. These include interlaminar and transforaminal approaches as well as selective nerve root blocks.
We perform spinal cord stimulator trials, revisions, and implantation for those patients who have been refractive to multiple other modalities or who have continued to have pain despite surgery.
Treating osteoarthritis of the spine may entail the use of diagnostic and therapeutic medial branch nerve blocks, intra-articular facet injections, and radiofrequency neurotomy ("burning of the nerves")
These include stellate ganglion blocks, lumbar sympathetic plexus blocks, ganglion impar procedures, and superior hypogastric plexus blocks.
Dr. Camp offers a multitude of nerve blocks for chronic pain which may involve the use of a fluoroscope ("x-ray machine") or ultrasound. These include transversus abdominus plane blocks, ilioinguinal/iliohypogastric and genitofemoeral blocks, genicular blocks and ablations, intercostal nerve blocks, pudendal nerve blocks, and many more!
If the hips, knees, shoulders, or other joints are the source of your pain, a joint injection or nerve block/ablation may be an option. At Camp Interventional Pain, we use "image guidance" to ensure appropriate, targeted spread of injectate.
Do you suffer from chronic migraines? Botox injections may be an option to address your pain and may be a better option than many of the typical medications used to treat headaches.
Myofascial pain can be treated with a short procedure performed in the office. While trigger point injections are usually helpful, they are typically not a "permanent cure" and may require repeat injections in the future.
Bursitis can occur in the shoulder, hips, knees, and other areas and may be a cause of your pain. We offer simple, targeted procedures to address this.