Pain Management Procedures

What Sets Us Apart?

Our management team boasts over 40 years of combined ambulatory experience. We are deeply committed to delivering the highest-quality care to our patients. Therefore, If you’re in search of a premier surgery center for pain management procedures, your search ends here. Our dedication to excellence is evident in the exceptional results we achieve and the utmost satisfaction of our patients. Trust us with your pain management needs and discover the excellence we have to offer. Your well-being is our priority, and we are here to provide you with the exceptional care you deserve.

Cutting-Edge Technology for Pain Management Procedures

Our facility is equipped with cutting-edge technology to support our surgical procedures. Some of the advanced equipment we house includes:

  • Stryker Radio Frequency Ablation Generator: Radiofrequency nerve ablation (RFNA) is a minimally invasive procedure. This procedure may provide lasting pain relief to those suffering from chronic pain in the neck, back, and knee.
  • GE OEC 9900 C-Arm: A state-of-the-art imaging system used for real-time imaging during orthopedic and other surgical procedures.

At South Florida Same Day Surgery Center, we prioritize exceptional care and the use of state-of-the-art technology. Therefore, ensuring optimal outcomes for pain management procedures. We invite you to trust us with your patients. Knowing that they will receive the highest level of care in our advanced and patient-centric environment. Our dedicated team is committed to providing personalized attention, utilizing the latest technology to deliver the best possible results. When you choose South Florida Same Day Surgery Center for your spine and orthopedic surgery procedures, you can have peace of mind knowing that your patients are in the hands of experts.

Pain Management Procedures

  • Bier Blocks: A technique used to relieve pain and promote relaxation by injecting local anesthesia into a limb. This is usually for surgeries or complex regional pain syndrome.
  • Celiac Plexus Blockade: A procedure that involves injecting medication near the celiac plexus to relieve abdominal pain. This discomfort is caused by conditions such as pancreatic cancer or chronic pancreatitis.
  • Cryotherapy: The application of cold temperatures to targeted areas to reduce pain and inflammation. This injection is often used for sports injuries or chronic pain conditions.
  • Epidural Steroid Injections: A minimally invasive procedure where anti-inflammatory medication is injected into the epidural space to alleviate pain. Therefore, relieving root compression.
  • Epidural Sympathetic Blockade: A procedure that targets the sympathetic nerves to alleviate pain related to conditions such as complex regional pain syndrome or vascular insufficiency.
  • Facet Joint Injections: Injections of medication into the facet joints to relieve pain. This injection is used to treat arthritis or other degenerative conditions affecting the spinal joints.
  • Fluoroscopic (C-arm) Guidance Blocks: Utilizing real-time imaging guidance to precisely deliver medication to the targeted area. Therefore, ensuring accuracy and effectiveness of the procedure.
  • Implantable Devices: Advanced technologies such as spinal cord stimulators, intrathecal pumps, and catheters are used to manage chronic pain. This is acheived by delivering medication or electrical stimulation directly to the affected area.
  • Intercostal Nerve Blockade: Injections of medication to block the intercostal nerves. These injections are commonly used for pain relief after rib fractures or in conditions like shingles.
  • Intrapleural Blockade of the Stellate Ganglion: A procedure involving injecting medication into the intrapleural space to block the stellate ganglion. These injections are often used for conditions like complex regional pain syndrome or vascular insufficiency.
  • Intrapleural Catheter Insertion for Chronic Therapy: Placement of a catheter in the intrapleural space to deliver medication continuously. These are used for long-term pain management.
  • Intravenous Lidocaine: Administration of lidocaine through intravenous infusion to relieve certain types of chronic pain, such as neuropathic pain or fibromyalgia.
  • Lumbar Sympathetic Blockade: Injection of medication around the lumbar sympathetic nerves to relieve pain in the lower extremities caused by conditions, such as, complex regional pain syndrome or peripheral vascular disease.
  • Trigger Point Injections: Precise injections of medication into trigger points, or areas of muscle knots or tightness, to alleviate pain and promote muscle relaxation.
  • Tunneled Epidural: Placement of an epidural catheter in a tunnel created under the skin to provide continuous pain relief for conditions such as cancer pain or chronic pain syndromes.
  • Myelography / Discography: Imaging procedures that involve injecting contrast dye into the spinal canal or intervertebral discs to evaluate and diagnose spinal conditions.
  • Kyphoplasty: A minimally invasive procedure used to stabilize vertebral compression fractures and alleviate pain by injecting bone cement into the fractured vertebrae.
  • Percutaneous Disc Decompression: A minimally invasive procedure to treat herniated discs by removing or vaporizing disc material, relieving nerve compression and associated pain.
  • Vertebroplasty: A minimally invasive procedure where bone cement is injected into fractured vertebrae to stabilize them, therefore, relieving pain caused by vertebral compression fractures.
  • Peripheral Nerve Blocks: Injections of local anesthetics or other medications near peripheral nerves to provide targeted pain relief for conditions such as neuralgia or neuropathy.
  • Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP): A procedure that utilizes concentrated platelets from your own blood to promote healing and reduce pain in conditions such as tendonitis or joint arthritis.
  • Endoscopic Microdiscectomy: A minimally invasive procedure to remove herniated disc material and relieve nerve compression through a small incision using an endoscope.
  • Joint Injections: Injections of medication into the hip, knee, shoulder, or other joints to alleviate pain caused by arthritis, injury, or inflammation.

At our center, we are dedicated to providing comprehensive pain management solutions using cutting-edge techniques and a patient-centered approach. Our goal is to help you regain your quality of life and find relief from chronic pain. Contact us to schedule a consultation and learn more about how our expertise and advanced procedures can benefit you.

Experience unparalleled care and exceptional outcomes by choosing our center for your pain management needs.

Surgeons – Choose SoFlo Same Day for Ambulatory Surgeries

SoFlo Same Day Surgery Center has implemented various measures to ensure South Florida’s healthcare patient safety. This includes following strict infection control protocols and providing a comfortable and welcoming environment for patients. Furthermore, the center is constantly looking for ways to improve its services and enhance the patient experience. With a team of dedicated and skilled professionals, patients can expect to receive personalized care that meets their unique needs. The center also prides itself on offering a wide range of surgical procedures, from routine to complex. Therefore, catering to different patients’ needs. Overall, South Florida’s premier same day ambulatory surgery center is committed to providing the highest quality healthcare to its patients.

South Florida Same Day Surgery Center serves Pompano Beach and South Florida, offering state-of-the-art ambulatory outpatient surgical services. Therefore, if you are a surgeon considering a move to an ASC, evaluate the specific needs of your practice. South Florida Same Day Surgery Center is a state-of-the-art facility with specialized staff and lower costs. Visit our new office located in Pompano Beach, Florida, and join our outpatient center. We are actively searching for new surgeons. So, start scheduling your surgeries with South Florida Same Day Today. Call (954) 532-1160 to speak with one of their skilled administrators.

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