1145 S.W. 74th Street, Building I
Suite 100
Oklahoma City, OK 73139

Phone: (405) 632-1783
Fax: (405) 631-0508


Sciatica & Low Back Pain 

  • Epidural Steroid Injection (ESI):
    This procedure is designed to treat the inflammation caused by cervical or lumbar disc herniation or rupture, or nerve root irritation. It significantly relieves pain in upper and lower extremities.
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  • LASE® (Percutaneous Endoscopic Laser Diskectomy):
    Using laser technology to provide relief from back pain, a physician can remove disc material through a 3 mm scope. This procedure is suitable for contained disc herniation with significant sciatica.
  • Spinal Cord Stimulator:
    High frequency electrical stimulation of the spinal cord dorsal column which is used for the treatment of postoperative and nonoperative intractable back pain and postoperative sciatica. This is also an emerging treatment for unstable anginal pain, peripheral vascular disease, and RSD.
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Discogenic Low Back Pain

  • IDET™(Intradiscal Electrothermal Annuloplasty):
    This treatment enables the physician to eliminate the degenerated disc by the use of electrothermal energy without a surgical incision. It is highly indicated for severe discogenic lower back pain.
  • Discogram (Lumbar or Cervical):
    This is the best diagnostic study to evaluate the discogenic pain. Most spine surgeons insist on having this study prior to the plan of surgery.
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Arthritis & Low Back Pain 

  • Facet Joint Block:
    This is an injection that provides temporary relief from low back pain. It is used to determine if a radio frequency neurectomy is indicated.
    Video - Facet
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  • Radio Frequency Facet Joint Neurectomy:
    Localized low back pain caused by arthritis can be treated with this method. Using a R.F. energy source the physician is able to interrupt the sensory fibers responsible for pain transmission originating from arthritic joints in the back.
    Radiofrequency Rhizotomy
  • Trigger Point Injection:
    This is for the treatment of myofacial pain syndrome and localized painful muscle spots. 

Vertebral Compression Fracture

  • Vertebroplasty /Kyphoplasty (Percutaneous Spinal Compression Fracture Stabilization):
    For this procedure bone cement is injected inside
    the osteoporotic or fractured vertebra using a special pump to stabilize the fracture and eliminate chronic pain.
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Peripheral Nerve Block:

  • Occipital Nerve Block:
    This is for the treatment of certain types of headaches. This block has had outstanding results with a good selection of headache patients.
  • Celiac, Lumbar Plexus, Hypogastric Plexus Neurectomy:
    This is a treatment for chronic abdominal or pelvic cancer pain. This can also be used to treat chronic non-cancer pain, such as endometrosis, chronic pancreatitis, or intrastitialcystitis.
  • Stellate Ganglion Block (Sympath-etic Plexus):
    This is the treatment of choice for RSD of upper and lower extremities, as well as herpetic neuralgia and other forms of post peripheral neuropathy.
  • Other Nerve Blocks:
    Nerve blocks can be used as a treatment for post herpetic neuralgia, rib fracture, post thoracotomy- incisional pain, or painful diabetic neuropathy.

Implantable Drug Delivery System

  • Intrathecal Narcotic Pump:
    This is an implantable device that allows continuous delivery of narcotics for the treatment of intractable cancer and non cancer pain.
  • Intrathecal Baclofen Pump:
    This is an implantable delivery system for the control of spasticity and stiffness secondary to paraplegia, quadriplegia, or cerebral palsy.

Failed Back Surgery Syndrome:

  • Persistent severe post surgical back & sciatic pain often requires intervention by one of the following: Spinal cord stimulator, Implantable drug delivery system, Facet joint block or sacroiliac block.

Lumbar spinal stenosis:

  • Minimaly invasive lumbar decompression. (MILD) procedure. In this unique procedure, we can insert a special instrument percutaneously to release the pressure from the spinal cord and nerves without an incision.
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Herniated lumbar disc disease:

  • Percutaneouse Diskectomy: In this procedure we insert a special needle to the center of the disc. We then insert a special instrument which we can shave and aspirate the bulging part of the disc.
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