Nerve Blocks & Ablations
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80% of our patients do not need surgery and experience remarkable relief with our strategic pain procedures.
Nerve Blocks & Ablations
Whether nerve blocks or ablations are the best options, a non-surgical pain treatment or regenerative medicine, we are confident you are in the right place and we will take great care of you!
We have answers and options to relieve pain from Herniated Discs, Disc Bulges, Spinal Stenosis, Sciatica, Pinched Nerve, Annular Disc Tear, Degenerative Disc disease, Spondylosis/Spine Arthritis, Radiculopathy, Bone Spurs/Osteophytes and Facet Joint Syndrome.
Free Pain Screening Quiz
Pain presents itself in many different ways, at different times and in many cases is triggered by specific activities. Arizona Pain Treatment Centers will be happy to answer your questions in conjunction with a personal phone call follow up with one of our doctors. Please answer the questions as accurately as possible.
Are you a Candidate for Minimally Invasive Neck Surgery or Procedures?
How We Can Help
Our Pain Specialists specialize in treating the root cause of certain types of pain with Nerve Ablations.
A nerve ablation is also referred to as a Radiofrequency nerve ablation (RFA) or radiofrequency neurotomy (RFN). This safe and effective treatment uses a specialized radiofrequency device to deliver heat along the painful nerve and disrupt nerve conduction on a semi-permanent basis.
Simply put, the procedure blocks off the ability of the nerve to send a pain signal to the brain, like turning the lights off. With a short recovery time and high success rate, this treatment is highly recommended by our pain specialists.
Our out-patient procedure is minimally invasive and the nerves are usually blocked for an average of 8-12 months. This nerve ablation pain relief technique is successfully used for those with back pain, neck pain, muscle pain, or pain caused by sciatic nerve pain, pinched nerve, nerve damage, sciatic nerve, diabetic nerve pain, nerve block, nerve stimulation or other discomforts.
Experiencing neck pain can mean an issue with tendons, muscles, ligaments, and other soft tissues located in that area. Highly sensitive nerves, small joints, or spinal discs could also be the cause of the pain you are suffering. Neck and arm, including shoulder pain, is extremely common and the pain can vary in its severity.
There are many causes of neck pain including every day wear and tear, sports injuries, auto accidents, poor posture and repetitive motions. To help understand pain and how it is generated, the types of neck pain are classified into two categories, axial neck pain and cervical radiculopathy (pain referred from the neck down the arm). It is common for patients to have both axial neck pain and cervical radiculopathy.
What To Expect
Since 1997, our multi-disciplinary team has been helping our community and changing lives.
Schedule a Phone Consultation with our Doctor
During your complimentary phone consultation with our Doctor, you will receive a personal one-on-one conversation about the symptoms you are currently experiencing and discover how we can be the perfect fit for you.
Receive an appointment date and time
This appointment is the next step in discovering the new treatments and procedures that we successfully offer every day. Our diverse team brings to you the latest techniques and an array of options for treatment.
Begin your new life of Health and Healing
Our care is ‘backed’ by our entire team and we are now ready to take amazing care of you! From Non-Surgical Procedures and Non-Steroidal Injections to custom Muscle Work Treatments, we promise you won’t be disappointed.