Treatments

An intrathecal pain pump is a device that delivers medications directly to the spinal cord, into the intrathecal space. Medications placed in this space produce powerful and faster pain relief than medications taken as pills, especially in conditions that have failed to improve with other treatments or with surgery....

The State of Illinois Health Facilities and Services Review Board approved Barrington Pain and Spine Institute’s (BPSI) Certificate of Need application to add orthopedic and podiatric surgery services to its current offerings in the specialties of Interventional Pain Management and Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery. The...

Shoulder pain affects thousands of U.S. adults. According to clinical studies, shoulder pain affects 4% of the general population, and 1% of people age 45 years and older consult their family doctor each year with a new presentation of shoulder pain. Many individuals suffer from...

There's another option available for when traditional therapies fail to relieve chronic pelvic pain. Spinal Cord Stimulation––a type of neuromodulation–– is a procedure that involves placing small metal wires near the epidural space, the outermost part of the spinal canal. The wires are connected to a power...