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What Is Interventional Pain Medicine?

Interventional pain medicine is a relatively new but growing field that utilizes a variety of procedures such as injections, nerve blocks, and physical therapy to treat painful disorders and injuries. Interventional pain physicians are board-certified anesthesiologists with subspecialty training in pain medicine.

Interventional pain care patients undergo a thorough evaluation to determine the source of their pain, and medically responsible treatment plans are tailored for each patient. If medication is prescribed, patients are educated on its use and required to agree to strict guidelines.

Your family physician or physician specialist can refer you to a legitimate interventional pain specialist.

The Anesco Difference

When you’re suffering from acute or chronic pain from a medical condition or surgery, how do you know if the medical facility you are going to is a “pill mill” (whose only solution is to prescribe pain meds), or a legitimate pain management medical practice?

Common red flags of “pill mills” include: cash-only/no insurance; no appointments; armed guards; little or no medical records; grossly inadequate physical examinations; and large prescription doses of narcotics that exceed the boundaries of acceptable medical care.

Legitimate pain management practices do NOT routinely prescribe narcotics.

When you come to Anesco Interventional Pain Institute, you can be assured you are receiving top-of-the-line care from highly qualified and reputable pain management doctors:

  • Our doctors are board certified and fellowship trained in anesthesia and pain management, each with hospital and surgery center experience.
  • We thoroughly diagnose the source of each patient’s pain.
  • We collaborate and communicate with referring doctors.
  • We customize goal-oriented treatment plans for each patient, emphasizing function not dysfunction.
  • We do not routinely prescribe narcotics.
  • Our physicians see their patients on a regular basis, and patients must comply with our prescription policy.
  • We do not see walk-in patients; the majority of our patients are referrals.
  • We accept most insurance plans.
  • We drug test our patients in compliance with Florida law.

Whether your pain is medical or surgical, simple or complex, Anesco Interventional Pain Institute will uncover the root cause of your pain and apply the most effective treatment available to resolve it. Call (954) 580-8838 for an appointment in Margate or Fort Lauderdale or request one online.

What Is Interventional Pain Medicine?

Interventional pain medicine is a relatively new but growing field that utilizes a variety of procedures such as injections, nerve blocks, and physical therapy to treat painful disorders and injuries. Interventional pain physicians are board-certified anesthesiologists with subspecialty training in pain medicine.

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