Texas Pain Institute offers injections and blocks for residents of Fort Worth, Denton, Southlake, and the nearby areas of Texas. Injections and blocks are two interventions that we use for chronic pain management to reduce inflammation and pain sensations.
What Are Injections and Blocks?
Injections and blocks at Texas Pain Institute are two therapies that we offer to reduce inflammation, minimize pain sensations, and provide relief for our patients. Injections contain medications to help with any inflammation that places pressure on the nerves. Blocks prevent the nerves from sending signals to the brain.
What Types of Injections and Blocks Are Available?
- Sacroiliac Joint Injections
- Botox® Injections
- Transforaminal Injections
- Intra-articular Injections
- Trigger Point Injections
- Epidural Steroid Injections
- Intercostal Nerve Block
- Facet Joint Block
- Sympathetic Nerve Block
- Ganglion Impar Block
- Medial Branch Block
- Stellate Ganglion Block
- Superior Hypogastric Plexus Block
- Occipital Nerve Block
- Celiac Plexus Block
What Are Sacroiliac Joint Injections?
Sacroiliac joint injections help with chronic pain in the hip joint. [READ MORE]
What Are Botox® Injections?
Botox® injections contain an ingredient that works on the nerves to reduce persistent pain. [READ MORE]
What Are Transforaminal Injections?
Transforaminal injections are recommended for pain in the feet , lower back , and legs . [READ MORE]
What Are Intra-articular Injections?
Our intra-articular injections help with chronic pain that occurs in the joints. [READ MORE]
What is a Facet Joint Block?
Facet joint blocks are recommended for patients who have chronic pain due to abnormalities and degeneration in the facet joints of the spine. [READ MORE]
What Are Trigger Point Injections?
Trigger point injections help reduce pain associated with damage to the connective tissue between the muscle and bone. [READ MORE]
What Are Epidural Steroid Injections?
Epidural steroid injections contain medication to reduce swelling, as well as anesthesia to numb the nerve roots. [READ MORE]
What are Cervical Steroid Injections?
Cervical steroid injections help with discomfort that originates in the vertebrae at the top of the spine, such as neck pain and upper back pain . [READ MORE]
What are Caudal Steroid Injections?
The caudal region of the spine is near the tailbone. Caudal steroid injections reduce inflammation in the area that may cause lower back pain , sciatica and other conditions. [READ MORE]
What are Lumbar Steroid Injections?
Lumbar steroid injections may be recommended for lower back pain , hip pain and other types of discomfort. [READ MORE]
What are Thoracic Steroid Injections?
The thoracic region is the largest section of the spine. Lumbar steroid injections may help with pain in the middle of the back , as well as some types of upper extremity pain . [READ MORE]
What is an Intercostal Nerve Block?
The intercostal nerves run along the inside of the ribs, and we may recommend an intercostal nerve block for certain types of inflammatory chest pain and upper extremity pain . [READ MORE]
What is a Sympathetic Nerve Block?
A sympathetic nerve block is used for many types of chronic pain, such as complex regional pain syndrome and pelvic pain. [READ MORE]
What is a Ganglion Impar Block?
Pain in the pelvic region may be caused by inflammation around specific nerves. The discomfort can be resolved with a ganglion impar block. [READ MORE]
What is a Medial Branch Block?
Our medial branch block may be recommended for irritated nerves around the facet joints of the spine. [READ MORE]
What is a Stellate Ganglion Block?
Upper extremity pain that affects your arms, head, neck or chest area can be remedied with a stellate ganglion block to prevent pain signals from the nerves. [READ MORE]
What is a Superior Hypogastric Plexus Block?
The superior hypogastric plexus block works on trunk pain , such as cancer pain and endometriosis. [READ MORE]
What is an Occipital Nerve Block?
The occipital nerve is most often the source of migraines and chronic headaches. Our occipital nerve block alleviates the discomfort by blocking nerve signals. [READ MORE]
What is a Celiac Plexus Block?
We may recommend a celiac plexus block if you have chronic abdominal pain, including pain that is caused by certain types of cancer and cancer treatments. [READ MORE]
Injections and blocks are outpatient treatments that help with common chronic pain conditions. Dr. Ved Aggarwal and his team offer injections and blocks for residents of Fort Worth, Denton, Southlake, and the surrounding communities in Texas. Contact us today to schedule a consultation.