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Chronic pain is one of the most challenging conditions to manage. However, when it comes to finding a treatment for these symptoms, there are numerous options available. We understand that each patient’s pain is unique and therefore, treatment recommended to each patient will also be unique. We offer advanced interventional and minimally invasive techniques to help treat chronic complex pain. There is no guarantee that a certain treatment will cure a patient’s pain, therefore we promise to explore as many options as possible to ensure that the pain can be diminished to a level that allows a patient to feel comfortable.

We also utilize other approaches besides specialized procedures such as myofascial therapy, biofeedback, counseling and life style changes. Moreover, we recommend rehabilitation and reconditioning which focuses on biomechanical, postural and strength deficits, commonly associated with spine pain.

Intra-Articular Joint Injection
Utilize X-ray guidance to place numbing medication and steroids in a joint space..
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Intrathecal Pump
Is a route of medication administration that delivers the medicine directly...
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Spinal Cord Stimulator
Is an advanced implantable device that can be used to interrupt or mask...
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Intercostal Nerve Blocks
Numb up the nerves that run underneath the lower edge of each rib. They are typically...
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Trigger Point Injections
(TPIs) have been widely used to facilitate this process and are the gold standard...
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Piriformis Injection
The piriformis muscle is involved in rotation of the thighbone..
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Sympathetic Nerve Block
The sympathetic nerves are a part of the autonomic nervous system, which...
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Pulsed Radiofrequency Neuromodulation
Utilize X-ray guidance to place numbing medication and steroids in a joint space..
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Epidural Steroid Injection
It’s a targeted minimally invasive procedure that can help relieve radicular pain in the neck...
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Medial Branch Block
Are the nerves that supply the facet joints. Since we cannot make the spine younger or...
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SI Joint Injection
The SI joint connects the large triangular-shaped bone at the end of the spine..
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Selective Nerve Root Block
Is a targeted injection that is typically used by your surgeon and pain doctor to..
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Office Locations

Center for Interventional Pain & Spine, LLC has multiple convenient locations to serve you. Get started by requesting an appointment at any of our offices located in Delaware and Pennsylvania areas near major hospitals and highways.

  • Delaware
  • Pennsylvania
Silverside Corporate Carr Center
405 Silverside Road, Suite 104, Wilmington, DE 19809
844-365-PAIN (7246)
302-792-1372
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Brandywine Town Center
3401 Brandywine Parkway, Suite 202, Wilmington, DE 19803
844-365-PAIN (7246)
302-477-6955
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Sandhill Plaza
118 Sandhill Drive, Suite 203, Middletown, DE 19709
844-365-PAIN (7246)
302-378-0941
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The Helen F. Graham Cancer Center
4701 Ogletown-Stanton Road, Suite 1200, Newark, DE 19713
844-365-PAIN (7246)
302-792-1372
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Pike Creek Sports Medicine and Professional Center
3105 Limestone Road, Suite 300, Wilmington, DE 19808
844-365-PAIN (7246)
302-482-2212
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Halpern Medical Plaza
1197 Airport Road, Second Floor, Milford, DE 19963
844-365-PAIN (7246)
302-503-3432
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Surgical Center Affiliations

  • Delaware
  • Pennsylvania
Orthopaedic Specialist Surgery Center
1096 Old Churchmans Road, Newark, DE 19713
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Wilmington Hospital
501 W. 14th Street, Wilmington, DE 19801
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Wilmington Roxana Canon Arsht Surgicenter
625 W. 12th Street, Wilmington, DE 19801
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First State Surgery Center
1000 Twin C Lane, Suite 200, Newark, DE 19713
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