At Meridian, we take pride in working as a team to achieve the best possible outcome for our patients. We insure that our treatments are well suited to our patients’ diagnosis, life style, and treatment goals.
If intervention is recommended, we only perform them at a fully accredited ambulatory surgical center and hospital. To insure the best outcome, most interventions will be performed under fluoroscopic guidance and monitored anesthesia.
When pain persists in any part of the body for more than a few months, it is considered chronic and needs to be addressed. Sources of chronic pain however are often illusive, complex, and require treatment from a fellowship trained pain specialist.
Some of the more common diagnoses include:
Your Meridian Physician will explore non-surgical treatments first. These treatments may include medication, bracing, muscle stimulation or physical therapy. For some problems however, intervention is the only possible solution.
By using the latest in minimally invasive techniques there is less postoperative pain and a faster recovery.
Some of our treatment modalities include: