Clinical Resources

As a resource for physicians, we provide detailed clinical information and resources pertaining to interventional pain management.

Interventional Techniques in The Management of Chronic Spinal Pain: Evidence-Based Practice Guidelines

The ASIPP 2005 Guidelines include the evaluation of evidence for diagnostic and therapeutic procedures in managing chronic spinal pain and recommendations for managing spinal pain.
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Peripheral Neurostimulation in the Management of Cervicogenic Headache: Four Case Reports

Neuromodulation, mediated by invasive electric stimulation, has been shown to be effective when applied to patients with refractory and intractable neuropathic pain. Recent advances in neurostimulation have broadened the therapeutic uses of this therapy, with the placement of extraspinal electrodes for peripheral nerve stimulation.
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Supraclavicular Approach to Brachial Plexus Block Using Fluoroscopic Anatomic Landmarks and Nerve Stimulation

Patients with persistent neck, shoulder, upper thoracic, and upper extremity  pain, frequently pose a diagnostic challenge. We have demonstrated a safe, documentable and consistent technique to produce a specific block of the brachial plexus. | Read More | View PDF

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