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Nerve Blocks

Nerve Blocks

Nerve blocks are minimally invasive procedures that effectively relieve extremity and spine pain caused by inflamed or irritated nerves. By targeting specific pain-transmitting nerves, these blocks reduce inflammation and provide lasting relief for several days, months, or even years. 


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What is a nerve block?

Nerve blocks are a versatile treatment option used for various pain conditions, including chronic back pain, neuropathic pain, migraines, complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS), and more. By targeting the specific nerves responsible for transmitting pain signals, nerve blocks can effectively interrupt the pain cycle and provide substantial relief.

At Innovative Injury Solutions, our highly-trained providers perform nerve blocks with precision and expertise. Using advanced imaging techniques for guidance, the medication is precisely delivered to the targeted nerves, ensuring optimal pain relief with minimal discomfort.

Choosing nerve blocks at Innovative Injury Solutions offers numerous advantages. They are a minimally invasive alternative to surgery, with minimal downtime and a quick recovery period. Nerve blocks can provide long-lasting relief, allowing patients to reduce their reliance on pain medications and regain their quality of life.

If you're seeking a customized and effective pain management solution, consider nerve blocks at Innovative Injury Solutions in Scottsdale, Mesa, and Deer Valley. Our dedicated team is committed to providing personalized care and innovative treatments to help you overcome chronic pain. Schedule a consultation today.



Conditions that may be alleviated by nerve blocks include:

Nerve blocks can help manage neuropathic pain conditions, including diabetic neuropathy, post-herpetic neuralgia, or peripheral neuropathy. They can target the nerves affected by the underlying condition and interrupt the pain signals. 

Nerve blocks, such as occipital nerve blocks, can be effective in reducing the frequency and severity of migraines or tension headaches. They target the nerves in the head and neck region involved in headache generation. 

CRPS is a chronic pain condition characterized by severe, constant pain, often in the arms or legs. Sympathetic nerve blocks can be used to block the sympathetic nerves responsible for the pain and help manage CRPS symptoms. 

Nerve blocks can provide relief for joint pain, such as knee or shoulder pain, by targeting the nerves that supply the affected joint. 

Trigeminal neuralgia causes intense facial pain due to irritation or damage to the trigeminal nerve. Nerve blocks can help relieve the pain by targeting the affected nerve branches. 

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We aim to facilitate an efficient recovery pathway by leveraging our diverse treatment modalities and access to essential resources and partners. Our team collaborates closely with each patient, designing personalized treatment plans tailored to meet specific goals, challenges, and individual needs.



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