Interventional Pain Management at HROSM

Screen Shot 2015-06-27 at 6.23.10 PMThe interventional pain management department at Hampton Roads Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine provides personal and compassionate care to patients suffering from back and neck pain but also help people with headaches, nerve, joint, or muscle pain, connective tissue disorders or post-operative pain. Our providers offer comprehensive evaluation and interventional pain management with a holistic approach including non-operative treatments to many common orthopedic, back, and neck conditions.

By utilizing interventional pain management strategies patients with acute or chronic pain can minimize their pain and maximize function to return to a life where daily activities are not limited by orthopedic or spinal problems.

Our Pain Management Program features the newest, most advanced and innovative modalities, and the leadership of two preeminent interventional spine & sport’s specialists’, Dr. Jeremy J. Hoff and Dr. Kinjal B.Sohagia.  Mary Crowe, P.A-C assists Dr. Hoff and his patient, and also has a background in pain management.

WHAT IS INTERVENTIONAL PAIN MEDICINE?
Interventional pain medicine is a medical sub-specialty that uses injections and minimally invasive techniques in order to diagnose and treat painful conditions. For the patient’s benefit, the emphasis is on a minimal reliance on medication, whenever possible. This method involves a team of professionals working together to provide a multidisciplinary approach to patients suffering from chronic and/or acute pain, to provide the best result possible for their pain management.

Exercise, physical therapy, and medication are used, along with minimally invasive procedures, to effectively diagnose, treat, and manage your pain.

WHEN TO SEEK TREATMENT
For most people, back pain tends to get better within two weeks to three months. However, the sooner you treat pain, the less likely it is to get worse or cause other complications.

With our pain management specialists, relief is in sight. Call today or schedule an appointment online to learn more.

2016-10-12T13:29:28+00:00 March 19th, 2015|Blog, Pain Management|