Pain Management

OOA MRI AND PROCEDURE ROOM PICS 797Our procedure room allows for our patients to get the relief they need in-house. We have nurses on-staff to provide individual care to our patients. Coming to the office for your epidurals and hip injections allows for less time taken out of your day and still get the same results as going to a surgery center. Our nurses are certified in advanced cardiac life support (ACLS) and our office is Joint Commission accredited to provide you outstanding patient care throughout your time with us. A nurse from our procedure room will reach out a week prior to go over your medical history, medication that you may or may not take prior to the procedure and instructions for the day of.

If you have any additional questions please call the office so they may be addressed, 732-349-8454.

Videos:

Treatment Options for low back pain
Epidural Steroid Injection for back and leg pain
Facet Joint Injections
Sacroiliac joint injection
Medial Branch Block
Cervical Epidural Steroid Injection
Lumbar RFA
Hip Injections
Kyphoplasty

 

 

 

What should I wear?

Please wear comfortable clothing, depending on the type of procedure you are scheduled for you might be asked to change into a gown. Please leave valuables at home.

Will I be receiving sedation?

For in-house procedures you will be receiving a local numbing injection.

Will I need a driver?

We ask you have a driver to take you home after your procedure.

Can I eat before my appointment?

There is typically a 4 hours window prior to your appointment depending on the type of procedure you are having. A nurse from the office will be calling to go over instructions specify to your scheduled procedure type and will provide further instructions.

What will happen after my procedure?  

Your nurse will provide you with discharge instructions that will be reviewed with you before leaving our office. Our nurses will also be following up with you next business day to make sure you are doing well.