Interventional Pain Program
Phone: (608) 265-1770
Fax: (608) 263-9271
Patients seen in the Interventional Pain Program must be referred by a health care provider.
Our staff evaluates outpatients at the Pain Clinic to determine what type of treatment will work best. We also evaluate inpatients at UW Hospital when needed. When interventional treatment is appropriate, patients are treated at the Madison Surgery Center.
Led by a group of well established, successful pain management specialists, the team is committed to a patient-centered treatment approach with quality care and quality outcomes being top priority.
Pain interventions available through our program include:
- Cervical, thoracic and lumbar epidural steroid injections as well as transforaminal and selective nerve root injections
- Cervical and lumbar facet joint injections, medial branch blocks, radiofrequency nerve ablation treatments for facet joint pain and costovertebral joint injections
- Sacroiliac joint, piriformis, hip joint and peripheral joint injections
- Discography and intradiscal procedures
- Intercostal, trigeminal nerve and peripheral nerve injections
- Sympathetic blocks in cervical and lumbar spine and sphenopalatine ganglion blocks
- Celiac plexus, hypogastric plexus and subarachnoid neurolysis for refractory cancer pain
- Percutaneous spinal cord and peripheral nerve stimulator trials, implants and revisions
- Trial, implant and revision of percutaneous spinal catheters, drug delivery systems (pumps), medication refills and pump manageme
- Referral by PMD or other health care professional
- Completed request form: Pain Procedure Request Form (pdf)
- Insurance information