Pain Management Services strives to increase awareness of healthy lifestyles by educating patients, and treating pain based on a holistic approach. We create a multidisciplinary pain management team with you at the center.

What pain are you suffering from?
  • Neck or Back Pain
  • Chronic Knee/Major Joint pain
  • Arthritis
  • Post-accident pain
  • Nerve Root Pain (Radiculopathy)
  • Nerve Pain (Neuropathy)
  • Chronic Regional Pain (CPRS)
  • Migraines or Headaches
  • Herniated Disk
  • Muscle Spasm or Pain
  • Joint Pain
  • Myofascial Pain Syndrome or Trigger Points

Services that Remedy Pain Management offers:
  • Epidural Steroid Injection
  • Facet Joint Injections
  • Medial Branch Nerve Blocks
  • Major/Minor Joint Injections
  • Sacroiliac Joint Injections
  • Guided Trigger Point Injections
  • Nerve Ablation
  • Carpal Tunnel Injection
  • Botox for Chronic Migraine
  • Genicular Nerve Ablation (knee)
*Ketamine therapy for treatment resistant depression and chronic pain

What are steroid injections?

A steroid injection is an anti-inflammatory medication that is placed directly at the source of the pain. Steroids decrease inflammation and pain producing chemicals in the body while avoiding narcotic like side effects.

Will it hurt?
In most cases a steroid injection causes little to no pain. A small amount of numbing medicine is used at the skin before starting the procedure. Ultrasound and/or live X-rays will be used to guide the needle to its destination. In extreme cases anesthesia can be used for relaxation.

How much will an injection help?
Most patients experience pain relief immediately and lasting from a few months to permanent relief.

How does the process work?
A physical exam and medical history evaluation will be performed in an office setting. A lengthy discussion including goals, expectations, risks and benefits will occur at this time. Together we will create pain management goals and a treatment plan.

Provider Information:
He is an advanced practice nurse board certified in anesthesia and interventional pain management.

For more information call 785-332-9711 or talk to your Primary Care Provider.