Interventional Pain Clinic

Pain is the body's way of alerting you that something is wrong. It makes sense then, that when the problem is resolved the pain goes away.

In some cases, pain continues even after the problem is resolved. This is called chronic pain and it should not go untreated. Chronic pain reduces one's quality of life and can lead to further health problems if it isn't treated.

*A referral from your primary physician is required for an appointment.

Understanding pain

Pain is more than "just" hurting. Pain affects your physical, emotional, social and spiritual health. This is why is is important to identify the pain and treat it.
  Types of pain

Our specialists treat diverse areas of pain. Back, neck, leg, facial and pain from various diseases are a few of the areas we treat. Learn about the common pains we treat.
  Finding the source

The key step in relieving pain is identifying the source. We know the importance in achieving a good diagnosis. Learn how we identify the source of your pain.
Treatment options

There are numerous innovative methods used today to treat pain for long term relief. An interventional pain specialist can help design a treatment plan right for you.
  Our team

The Interventional Pain Clinic providers have specialized training in interventional pain management. Meet our team.
  Resources & forms

Find helpful links and tools from the experts on interventional pain management.

The Interventional Pain Clinic is licensed as part of PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center. Patients seeking care at this hospital-based clinic may receive a separate billing for a facility-fee. This fee could result in higher out-of-pocket expenses for patients.