Interventional Pain Management Definition

Interventional pain management usually involves injections and/or placement of devices into the body. Interventional pain management therapies can be used to treat a range of chronic pain symptoms.

Some of the most popular interventional pain management techniques include injections (also known as blocks), such as epidural steroid injections; radiofrequency ablation; spinal cord stimulation implants; and implantable opioid infusion pumps.