Interventional Spine & Pain, PA
Location8440 Walnut Hill Ln., Ste. 400
Dallas, TX 75231 | Get Directions
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Interventional Spine and Pain, P.A. was founded with the practice belief that the most effective method of improving chronic pain conditions is through a multidisciplinary approach and non-surgical interventional procedures. This is done while remaining cognizant of the fact that pain can affect an individual’s quality of life, functionally, emotionally, and socially.
Dr. Zeballos and Dr. LeDoux employ a unique approach to pain management and non-surgical interventional procedures to restore your quality of life and optimize functionality. While we treat all pain conditions, a few of the most frequent are sciatica, lower back pain, neck pain, herniated discs, peripheral neuropathy, nerve injuries, osteoarthritis, fibromyalgia, spinal cord injury, cancer pain, post-mastectomy pain, and headaches.
We utilize all conservative treatment options including physical therapy, occupational therapy, and medical biofeedback along with non-surgical interventional procedures that apply the latest state-of-the-art technology such as epidural steroid injections, nerve blocks, radiofrequency and chemical nerve ablations, joint injections, intradiscal procedures, and spinal cord stimulators to help alleviate your pain.
Offering compassionate and comprehensive pain management, Dr. Zeballos and Dr. LeDoux provide a personal, one-on-one consultation to develop the best strategy that will help manage or alleviate your pain and restore your quality of life.
-Intradiscal Electrothermal Therapy (IDET)/Biacuplasty (Transdiscal radiofrequency)
-Gasserian/sphenopalatine ganglion blocks
-Spinal Cord Stimulator
-Epidural steroid injection (ESI)/Caudal ESI/Lysis of Adhesions
-Selective Nerve Root Block/Transforaminal ESI
-Medial branch nerve block/Facet Joint injections
-Radio frequency ablation/Rhizotomy
-Sacroiliac joint injection
-Botulinum toxin neuromuscular injections, EMG guided
-Intra-articular, bursal, and trigger point injections