Interventional Pain Management Clinic in Orlando, FL & All Our Locations

National Pain Institute offers interventional pain management services for residents of Orlando, as well as other communities in Central and South Florida.

What Are Pain Services & Conditions Therapy?

Pain services and conditions therapy at National Pain Institute are medical procedures that alleviate chronic pain. The procedures are intended to enhance your ability to engage in the primary treatment plan for the underlying medical condition. Our interventions work by disrupting nerve signals to the brain that indicate a source of pain.

What Types of Pain Services & Conditions Therapy Are Available?

What Is Interventional Pain Management?

Interventional pain management is a unique medical specialty that offers treatments for chronic, acute and recurring pain that is caused by some underlying medical conditions. At National Pain Institute, our therapies for pain conditions are intended to provide you with relief from the discomfort on a short-term or long-term basis.

What Are the Benefits of Interventional Pain Management?

The key goals for interventional pain management are:

  • Offer diagnostic insight to general physicians and specialty care physicians.
  • Provide patients with pain reduction.
  • Enhance health outcomes by reducing the pain that interferes with primary treatment plans for the underlying conditions.
  • Improve the quality of life for our patients.

Am I a Candidate for Interventional Pain Management?

If you have chronic, episodic or recurring pain that is debilitating or detrimental to your health and well-being, you may be a good candidate for the interventional pain management services at National Pain Institute. You can ask your physician for a referral or contact us for more information.

How is Interventional Pain Management Performed?

The pain management physicians at National Pain Institute specialize in innovative therapies that are used to address disruptive pain, such as:

What Is the Recovery Like After Interventional Pain Management?

Most of our treatments require little to no downtime. We encourage you to continue following the recommendations of your primary and specialty physicians to remedy the medical condition that is causing your pain.

What Is the Prognosis After Interventional Pain Management?

Interventional pain management is intended to help you alleviate the pain that may diminish the outcomes of the treatment for the underlying medical condition. The procedures are intended to provide relatively short-term benefits so that you can focus on recuperating and rehabilitating your body. Patients may find that they are less reliant on pain medications while being treated by our expert pain management physicians.

Do You Coordinate Care With My Other Doctors?

The services that you receive at National Pain Institute are only one aspect of your overall treatment. We maintain contact with your general and specialty physicians to share outcomes of your interventional pain management services, as well as any findings that result from our diagnostic processes.

At National Pain Institute, our team of pain management physicians offers interventional pain management for residents of Orlando, as well as other communities in Central and South Florida. Contact us today to schedule a consultation.