What a referral to Pain Institute of Central PA promises:

 - A thorough assessment of your pain.
 - The development and timely implementation of an appropriate treatment plan.
 - Consideration of an array of pain therapy options to determine the approach that offers the most potential for relief.
 - Prompt correspondence and regular updates to keep your referring physician informed of your progress.
By working together, we can expand the treatment options available to your patients & help them to get back to living fuller lives.
We understand how difficult it can be to live with pain and we're here to help. We offer a variety of interventional pain management treatments including nerve blocks, steroid injections and adjunct pain medication trails. We have a board certified pain management doctor who will work with you to evaluate and recognize the root cause of the pain you're experiencing. The doctor will create a personalized treatment plan to ease or even eliminate the pain you are experiencing.


Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) consists of concentrated platelets and growth factors that promote healing and regeneration of injured tissues. PRP is derived from your own body and is 100% natural. PRP injections are an increasingly popular alternative to surgery and addictive medications. A small sample of blood is drawn into a specialized collection system and then centrifuged at high speeds to isolate the growth factors and platelets.  These therapies are a safe, nonsurgical treatment option for most chronic pain conditions. 

Spinal Cord Stimulator (SCS) uses electrical signals to interrupt the perception of pain traveling from the painful area to the brain. SCS systems, in place of pain, patients feel a soothing, massage-like sensation called "paresthesia." . SCS may provide long-lasting pain relief and can be used with other therapies. 
Vertebroplasty is a spinal procedures in which bone cement is injected through a small hole in the skin into a fractured vertebra to try to relieve back pain caused by a vertebral compression fractures.
Chronic Low Back Pain 
Persistent Neck or Mid-Back Pain
Vertebral Compression Fractures
Upper and Lower Limb Radicular Pain    
Sacroiliac and Facet Joint Pain
Failed Neck/ Low Back Surgery Syndrome
Hip, Knee and Shoulder Joint Pain
Occipital Neuralgia and Headaches 
Phantom Limb Pain/Central Pain
Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction      
Foot Pain
Osteoarthritis Pain
Early Carpal Tunnel Pain 
Myofascial Syndrome
Trigeminal Neuralgia
Trigger Finger 
Workers Compensation Injuries
Auto Accident Injuries 
Sport Injuries 
Phantom Limb Pain/Central Pain
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
Sympathetically Mediated Pain

 Cervical, thoracic, lumbar, & caudal epidural injections
Temporary Spinal Cord Stimulators
Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy 
Cervical, thoracic and lumbar facet injections 
Non-opioid adjuvant pain medication trails
Trigger point injections 
   Greater and Lesser Occipital nerve blocks   
Intercostal nerve blocks   
Sacroiliac joint injections  
Stellate Ganglion block
      Nerve root injections     
           Multiple Joint Injections          
Lumbar sympathetic plexus blocks    
Peripheral nerve blocks
Celiac plexus blocks
Radiofrequency Ablation (RFA)
Hypogastric plexus block
Neurolytic procedures