Southeastern Interventional Pain Associates | Doctors & Clinics
Southeastern Interventional Pain Associates treats patients with chronic pain. We understand effective Pain Management begins with an accurate diagnosis of the pain generator. Spinal related pain is typically caused by an injured area of tissue close to a nerve. Incoming patients receive a clinical assessment in our exam rooms in order to best understand the history related to the injured area.
Diagnostic injections allow confirmation of the specific nerve location through a painless injection of anesthetic into the area surrounding the suspected nerve.
This process of correctly identifying the nerve generating the pain signal is perhaps the most important step in the treatment process.
Our physicians have a combined experience of 40 plus years treating chronic pain and all of our physicians are Board Certified in their specialty.
Southeastern Interventional Pain Associates (SIPA) regularly performs the full range of advanced procedures available in Interventional Pain Management. This expertise allows us to select from the various alternatives to ensure the patients receive the appropriate therapy. While new to many patients, these therapies are not investigational and are approved by the FDA.
Our successful treatment outcomes come from our extensive experienced determining the exact location and therapy necessary to obtain relief.
We accept most commercial insurance plans, Medicare, Medigap plans and Medicare Supplement Plans. In addition, our physicians are on most of the Worker's Compensation Plans. We accept accident patients through Key Health.
SIPA offers image-guided injections for the treatment of peripheral neuropathies (such as lumbosacral and cervical neuritis), degenerative joint disease, and complex regional pain syndrome (RSD).
In addition to SIPA's full range of interventional diagnostic and therapeutic spinal injections and advanced pain therapies, we treat patients who need opiod management for their intrathecal infusion pumps.
Our neurologist specializes in the treatment of migraines and chronic headache.