Welcome To Oklahoma Interventional Spine & Pain
Oklahoma Interventional Spine & Pain is a comprehensive, full-time pain clinic. We pride ourselves on having a professional, experienced team of board certified specialists who attend to patients in a compassionate low-stress environment.
Comprehensive Pain Care, Three Convenient Locations
A radio frequency ablation (RFA) is a procedure that uses radio waves to stop the SI joint nerves or the lumbar medial branch nerve from transmitting pain signals from the SI joint or the injured facet joint to the brain. The procedure calls for a needle to be inserted through the skin and guided with X-ray to the correct site overlying the nerves.Learn More
Medial Branch Block Injection
A medial branch block is an injection of anesthetic medication onto the nerves that transmit pain information. The nerves that transmit pain for the facet joints are called medial branch nerves. For this reason, the procedure is called a medial branch block. The goal of the shot is to relieve pain in your lower back or neck caused by the facet joints.Learn More
Epidural Steroid Injection
An epidural steroid injection (ESI) is an injection of a small dose of anti-inflammatory medication (called a glucocorticoid) into the lower back or neck to relieve pain in your legs/arms or lower back/neck. The medication is injected into an area of fatty tissue surrounding the spinal nerves called the epidural space.Learn More
Coordinated Pain Management
For patients with chronic pain, Oklahoma Interventional Spine & Pain’s approach is multidisciplinary. We work closely with many other specialists including neurologists, psychologists, orthopedic and spine surgeons/neurosurgeons, physiatrists, oncologists, and psychiatrists. We also work with physical/occupational therapists and chiropractors to optimally coordinate your care.
Working for You
Oklahoma Interventional Spine & Pain coordinates pain treatment plans that are individually designed for each of our patients. We strive to help you avoid spine surgery. We have three locations in Tulsa and surrounding areas (including clinics in Stillwater and Bartlesville) to serve you.