Treatments Offered

At the Rothbart Centre, we understand that each patient’s pain is unique, and we develop personalized pain management care plans using a comprehensive, multi-disciplinary approach. No matter what type of chronic pain you suffer from, we provide support and treatment options that can have a pain-reducing effect.

Most cases of chronic pain cannot be completely and permanently cured. A small percentage can be cured. However, through a combination of medication, psychological support, and treatment options to control pain, patients can improve their quality of life.

Here at the Rothbart Centre we utilize the most up-to-date procedures to diagnose and treat chronic pain. Procedures are often performed with:

  • Fluoroscopy. Fluoroscopy-guided procedures use x-rays that allow the doctor to see real-time images of the patient when performing procedures. Read more…
  • Ultrasound. Using Diagnostic Ultrasound to guide chronic pain treatment procedures can reduce complications and result in higher success rates.

We specialize in treatments to control pain and improve quality of life including:

  • Nerve Blocks
    Nerve blocks can relieve pain in a wide variety of areas. A nerve block is the injection of a local anesthetic into the tissues surrounding a nerve. It relieves pain by interrupting the pain signals that would otherwise be sent to your brain. Read more…

 

  • Epidural Steroid Injections
    Epidural steroid injections are a common treatment for many forms of back and leg pain, including sciatica. Read more…

 

  • Palliation
    Palliation is described as making a disease or its symptoms less severe or unpleasant without removing the cause. Palliation is usually performed by administering pain medication. If the chronic pain is beyond our capability to diagnose or treat we may give the patient a referral to another specialist for treatment or surgery.

 

  • Radiofrequency Neurolysis (Rhizolysis)
    Radiofrequency (RF) Neurolysis utilizes heat to destroy selected nerve fibers, effectively blocking pain signals to the brain. RF can reduce or eliminate various types of pain, particularly neck and back pain. Read more…

 

  • Lidocaine Infusions
    Lidocaine infusions are used to treat fibromyalgia and neuropathic pain disorders. Infusions are performed intravenously to calm nerves and provide relief from chronic pain. Read more…

 

  • Pain Medication Therapy
    Pain medication may be prescribed when treatment or surgery is not an option or when treatment or surgery provides insufficient relief of chronic pain. The types of medications prescribed may include anti-inflammatory medications, antidepressants, and anticonvulsants. When necessary, analgesics (narcotics) may be prescribed under strict monitoring and control. Read more…

 

Our Treatment Options

Nerve Blocks

Nerve Blocks

A nerve block is the injection of a local anesthetic into the tissues surrounding a nerve. It relieves pain by interrupting the pain signals that would otherwise be sent to your brain. Read more ...

Radiofrequency Neurolysis (Rhizolysis)

Radiofrequency Neurolysis (Rhizolysis)

Radiofrequency (RF) Neurolysis utilizes heat to destroy selected nerve fibers to effectively block pain signals to the brain, which can reduce or eliminate various types of pain, particularly neck and back pain. Read more ...

Fluoroscopy-Guided Procedures

Fluoroscopy-Guided Procedures

Fluoroscopy-guided procedures use x-rays that allow the doctor to see real-time images of the patient when performing procedures. Read more ...

All Available Treatments
  • Botox Injections
  • Caudal Epidural Steroid Injections
  • Facet Joint Blocks
  • Knee, Hip and Shoulder Injections of Cortisone
  • Nerve Blocks
  • Pain Medication Therapy
  • Peripheral and Cranial Nerve Blocks
  • Peripheral Joint Injections/Arthrograms
  • Radiofrequency Neurolysis (Rhizolysis)
  • Rhizolysis
  • Sacroiliac Joint Injections
  • Selective Nerve Root Pulsed Radiofrequency
  • Sympathetic Blocks
  • Synvisc and Durolane Lubricant Join Injections
  • Transforaminal Epidural Steroid Injections