Prior to interventional treatment, all patients undergo consultation with a specialist to determine the appropriate procedure.

All procedures, whether basic or advanced, are done under ultrasound or fluoroscopic (X-ray) guidance, to ensure maximum accuracy and patient benefit.

Please see information sheets for select programs and procedures available here: For Referring Clinicians & Patients

Active Rehabilitation

Our rehabilitation therapists will work with patients to develop a movement-based exercise program and optimize their function.

Psychological and Self-Management Strategies

We can help identify the impact that chronic pain can have on mental health and work proactively to help develop solutions. There are a variety of options, individualized Registered Clinical Counseling sessions, and individualized Registered Psychology sessions.

Medication Management Strategies and Initiation

Our physicians have extensive knowledge and experience with all classes of pain medications and abide by Canadian and International guidelines for opioid, anti-neuropathic and adjunct medications.

Interventional Pain Procedures

Sacral Spine
  • Sacroiliac joint (SI joint) corticosteroid injection.
  • Sacral lateral branch block.
  • Sacral radiofrequency neurotomy.
Head, Neck and Facial Pain
  • Sphenopalatine ganglion (SPG) block and pulsed radiofrequency.
  • Trigeminal nerve block and pulsed radiofrequency.
  • BOTOX injections for chronic migraine prophylaxis.
  • Occipital, Supraorbital nerve block and pulsed radiofrequency.
Sympathetic Mediated Pain Syndromes
  • Cervical sympathetic chain (stellate ganglion block)
  • Lumbar sympathetic plexus block.
  • Superior and inferior hypogastric plexus block.
  • Ganglion impar block.
Joint, Tendon, Bursa Injections
  • Intra-articular hip, knee, ankle, shoulder, elbow, wrist and small joint injections.
  • Percutaneous tenotomy procedures for calcific tendinopathy, trigger finger, tendinosis, and partial tears.
  • Percutaneous fenestration for plantar fascia and contractures.
  • Barbotage and percutaneous tenotomy for rotator cuff and greater trochanteric pain syndromes.
  • Glenohumeral capsular hydrodilatation/ distension.
  • Entrapment neuropathy injections (e.g. carpal tunnel).
  • Genicular nerve block and radiofrequency neurotomy.
  • Suprascapular nerve block and pulsed radiofrequency.
  • Trigger point injections/ myofascial release.

Regenerative Medicine

  • Platelet rich plasma (PRP).
  • Regenerative treatments are guided by evidenced-based medicine.