Conditions Treated

At National Interventional Pain Associates of America (NIPAA), we are committed to understanding and addressing the root causes of pain. Our approach ensures that we don’t just mask symptoms but aim for long-term relief and wellness.

Here are some of the common conditions we expertly treat:

  1. Radiculopathy:
    Often referred to as nerve root pain, radiculopathy is caused by compression or inflammation of the nerves as they exit the spine. It can lead to pain, numbness, or weakness in the extremities. Our team is skilled in diagnosing and treating the underlying causes of radiculopathy.
  2. Facet Joint Syndrome:
    Wear and tear, injury, or spinal arthritis can cause pain in the facet joints. Our advanced interventions directly target the affected joints for optimal pain relief.
  3. Sacroiliac (SI) Joint Dysfunction:
    Pain in the SI joint, located in the pelvis, can restrict movement and daily activities. Our precise diagnostic injections identify the pain source, leading to effective treatments.
  4. Spinal Stenosis:
    A narrowing of the spinal canal can compress nerves, causing pain, numbness, or weakness. We offer treatments to address the discomfort caused by spinal stenosis.
  5. Herniated Discs:
    When a disc ruptures or bulges out of its place, it can press on surrounding nerves, leading to pain. Our treatments focus on reducing inflammation and promoting healing.
  6. Vertebrogenic Endplate Syndrome:
    This condition is caused by damage to the vertebral endplates, leading to inflammation and pain. By identifying the affected areas, we ensure targeted treatments to provide relief and promote healing.
  7. Chronic Pain Syndrome:
    Persistent pain that lasts months to years can have a significant impact on quality of life. We design comprehensive treatment plans to manage and reduce chronic pain symptoms.

If you don’t see your condition listed here, don’t fret. This is just a snapshot of the myriad conditions we treat. Reach out to our team to discuss your specific needs. At National Interventional Pain Associates of America (NIPAA), your journey to a pain-free life is our utmost priority.