Interventional Spine and Pain Management Center is one of the premier centers serving the Dayton and Cincinnati communities by providing state of the art, clinically proven solutions for pain. At Interventional Spine and Pain Management Center, our focus is on providing individualized care for our patients. Our staff initially concentrates on documenting detailed information related to a patients condition and the effect acute or chronic pain has had on their life. We then work closely with the individual to develop a treatment program specific to their needs, aimed at increasingly eliminating unnecessary pain and improving their quality of life.
Our patients receive the most advanced and safest procedures, therapies and non-addicting medications utilized in pain management practices today. These include non-intrusive and minimally intrusive Pain Block procedures, in addition to advanced pain therapy treatments. Throughout these processes, Dr. Manocha and his staff document and assess the progress of a patient, and work with them to progressively tailor their treatment program to achieve the best possible results..
We have two state of the art locations where we offer a variety of nerve blocks,advanced invasive procedures and non addicting medications to manage your pain. Physical therapy will soon be available at our Springboro location.
Our Medical Director,Vivek Manocha,MD,received his training at the prestigious University of Washington which is the worlds first multidisciplinary pain center that was started by Dr. John Bonica. Being a Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation/Interventional pain specialist,he focuses on using a multidisciplinary approach to treating pain while concentrating on improving your function and quality of life.
Following are the conditions treated at our locations:
Back Pain due to herniated discs,lumbar stenosis,spondylosis,fractures
Neck Pain due to herniated discs,cervical stenosis,spondylosis
Midback Pain due to herniated discs,thoracic spondylosis
Joint pain due to arthritis
Hip and Sacroiliac joint dysfunction
Failed Spine Surgery
Post herpatic neuralgia (Shingles)
Fibromyalgia/Myofasial pain syndrome
Work related injuries