At Atlantic Pain Management and Wellness, we are confident that you will receive the highest quality of care and pain relief services available.
Don’t let pain stop you from living, call us today to meet with our highly trained and compassionate Pain Management Team at 954-458-1199 or click here to schedule an appointment.
The following is a list of available services:
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Pain Medication Evaluation and Management
- Comprehensive Pain Medicine evaluation with risk assessment
- Counselling and Education
- Opioid screening and monitoring
Interventional Pain Management
- Botox Injections
- Migraine Headaches
- Facial Pain
- Celiac Plexus Block
- Bowel disease, etc.
- Diagnostic and Therapeutic Spinal and non-Spinal procedures
- Disc Disease Treatments
- Epidural Treatments of Spine (including blood patches)
- Facet Joint Treatment of Spine (Arthritis of the Spine)
- Joint Injections
- Shoulder, Hand, Hips, Sacroiliac , Knee, Ankle, etc
- Lumbar Sympathetic Block (ie: RSD, CRPS)
- Nerve Blocks
- Intercostal Nerve Block
- Occipital Nerve Block etc.
- Platelet Rich Plasma (Regenerative joint/tendon treatments)
- Prolotherapy (non-steroidal)
- Radiofrequency Nerve Ablation (Technique used to decrease pain signals)
- Sacroliac Joint Injection
- Sphenopalatine Blocks
- Spinal Cord Stimulation Testing / Implantation
- Spinal Decompression Therapy
- Stellate Ganglion Block
- Stem Cell Injections (Regenerative Joint / Tendon Treatments)
- Superior Hypogastric Plexus Block
- Trigger point Injections
- Trigominal Nerve Block
- Ultrasound Guided Injections / Therapy
Botox injections are used not only for smoothing out wrinkles but also for muscles in spasm. Botox blocks nerve signals that trigger muscle hyperactivity. These injections are used to treat tension headaches, migraines and spasticity. Typically blocks pain for approximately 3 months.
Special devices ( non invasive) used to support or immobilize the spine or limb to decrease pain and improve function.
Facet Joint Treatment
Facet joints are found in the spine between vertebrae ( building blocks of the spine ) and allow for movement of the spine. They are wired to your nervous system for monitoring. These joints can become inflamed with injury or breakdown over time (arthritic). physicians with advanced training can determine if these joints are causing your pain and can provide the appropriate treatment.
Epidural injections are performed to treat back, neck and extremity pain caused by inflamed or pinched nerves in your spine. Powerful anti-inflammatories ( corticosteroids) are injected around swollen painful nerves to reduce the pressure on these nerves causing the pain.
Joint Pain Treatments
Joints are connections in your body between two or more bones. Joints can become painful as a result of injury or with wear and tear over time. A variety of treatments are used to address different conditions, some to treat inflammation, others to improve cushioning between bones or to regenerate the cartilage in your joint. A visit with a specialist can determine the right treatment for you.
Nerve Blocks and Spinal and non Spinal Diagnostic
Special injections are performed to determine if a particular nerve is causing your pain (diagnostic). An imaging device or nerve stimulator may be used to identify the nerve causing the pain. Once the nerve is identified as the pain generator, non surgical treatments are available to reduce and treat your pain. Consult with your Specialist.
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)
Platelet Rich Plasma is a non-surgical procedure to treat tissue and joint pain. Your blood is used to extract (PRP). PRP contains regenerative cells to repair injured tissues (ie: tendons and joint cartilage)
Spinal Cord Stimulation
Minimally invasive procedure used to treat patients with persistent pain that are not surgical candidates. A special device is used to block transmission of pain signals in the spine. Consult with a pain specialist to see if your are a candidate.
Radio frequency ablation is used to reduce pain. It is a non surgical technique that uses sound waves ( radio waves) to reduce nerve signal transmission from an injured nerve for months.