Pain Management

Pain Management

Our team of Board Certified Vascular and Interventional Radiologists are sought after for minimally-invasive pain management procedures.

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Leading physicians with the best experience

We provide image-guided therapies in a comfortable outpatient setting for conditions that formerly required extensive surgery. Our physicians have the best training & experience, allowing patients to trust that their mobility is in the best hands.

Less "down-time" than traditional methods

Pain Management Services

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Testicular/Pelvic Pain

The highest occurrence is in men ages 15-35. Approximately ten percent of all men have varicoceles. A minimally invasive treatment is as effective as traditional surgery with less risk, less pain and less recovery time.

It is estimated that one-third of all women will experience chronic pelvic pain in their lifetime. In the past, many women have struggled to receive answers or have simply been directed to hysterectomy procedures. Thanks to advances in Interventional Radiology, there are now minimally invasive options to some of these painful conditions.

Back Pain

Back pain can be caused by many different factors and should first be discussed with a primary physician, chiropractor, and/or physical therapist. Patients may then be referred to AMI for a scan to help locate the cause of the pain. Interventional Radiologists can also perform minimally invasive treatments to further diagnose the problem and, in some cases, provide relief without the long recovery times of traditional surgery.

Joint Pain

Once diagnosed, patients should try conservative therapies such as rest, physical therapy, cortisone injections, and orthopedic inserts. If positive changes are not seen with a few months, patients are eligible for a Tenex consultation. Consultations do not require a physician’s referral.

Migraines & Headaches

Migraines, facial pain, chronic headaches, and trigeminal neuralgia are all ailments that can be crippling for the sufferer.In our SphenoCath procedure, medication is applied via the nasal passages to provide immediate headache pain relief. The procedure, known as a sphenopalatine ganglion (SPG) block, takes less than a half hour, is needle-free, safe for all ages, and covered by most insurance and Medicare. Advanced Medical Imaging is the nation’s only Certified Training Center of Excellence for SphenoCath® migraine treatment.

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AMI's mid-levels and interventional radiologists have over 45 years of experience.
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"The staff is very compassionate and pleasant. I also like that I have rarely waited more then a 10 minutes to start my procedure."



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Frequently Asked Questions

What types of injection therapy do you offer?
Epidural injections, Joint Injections, Stem Cell Injections, along with
Nerve root and medial branch blocks; these injections determine if a specific spinal nerve root or joint is the source of pain. This type of block can also be used to reduce inflammation and pain. These can consist of a series of injections depending on the patient's history.
What is chronic pain and should I make an appointment at AMI?
Chronic pain is any pain that continues after 3-6 months. AMI also sees patients who may be experiencing acute pain or pain of recent onset. Your primary care doctor or other treating physicians may refer you to AMI for pain management care.
What types of treatment do you offer?
We offer a variety of injection therapies, as well as medical management and implantable device management of pain. We also perform diagnostic procedures for referring physicians, to assist in identifying the cause of your pain.
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