Call (801) 268-7725 to schedule an appointment.

Pain makes everything harder. Day-to-day activities – going to work, grocery shopping, even using the bathroom – become a hassle. We all have a lot to do, and pain just gets in the way.

That’s where we come in. Don’t just tolerate pain that gets in the way of your activities. Get relief at St. Mark's Hospital Interventional Pain Clinic. We customize our services to meet every patient's personal needs, through consultation only, procedure only visits by physician request or by evaluation and treatment.

At the Interventional Pain Clinic, our physicians have dedicated themselves to helping you manage your pain. Both have years of experience and are committed to assisting their patients by focusing on minimally invasive procedures, rather than prescription pain medication.

For information on the Interventional Pain Center, please call (801) 268-7725.

Interventional pain treatments are minimally invasive procedures that help you manage chronic pain. Our goal is to decrease the need for unhealthy narcotics you can become dependent on.

If you’re dealing with chronic pain, talk to your primary care physician to get a referral. When you have, call us at (801) 268-7725 to make an appointment.

We treat a variety of conditions, including:

  • Herniated disk
    • The disc protrudes beyond the border of the vertebra and can compress the nerve roots causing pain.
    • Treatment: epidural steroid injection, selective nerve root block
  • Sciatica
    • Pain that courses along the sciatic nerve in the buttocks and down the legs. It is usually caused by compression spinal nerve root.
    • Treatment: epidural steroid injection, facet injection, selective nerve root block
  • Spinal stenosis
    • A narrowing of the spinal canal can cause back and leg pain, especially when walking.
    • Treatment: epidural steroid injection, facet injection
  • Chronic Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)
    • Severe neuropathic pain that affects a limb and makes touching or moving it seem intolerable.
    • Treatment: lumbar sympathetic block, Spinal Cord Stimulator
  • Nerve Injury
    • Damage to nervous tissue that can have a wide array of symptoms, depending on what nerves have been injured.
    • Treatment: Selective nerve root block or Spinal Cord Stimulator
  • Failed back surgery syndrome
    • Continued pain in the back or legs after back surgery.
  • Treatment: Selective nerve root block or Spinal Cord Stimulator
  • Whiplash
    • A neck injury due to forceful, rapid back-and-forth movement of the neck.
    • Treatment: Facet injection, trigger point injections
  • Spinal arthritis
    • Causes back or neck pain. Often seen in adults over 50, but also seen after injury or overuse.
    • Treatment: Radiofrequency Ablation
  • Spinal headaches
    • These can occur in those who undergo a spinal tap, lumbar puncture, or epidural anesthesia. They typically appear within 48 hours after the procedure.
    • Treatment: Epidural blood patch
  • Lower back or neck strain
    • Treatment: Facet injection, trigger point injections
  • Sacroiliac joint problems
    • Dysfunction in the sacroiliac joint causes low back or leg pain.
    • Treatment: sacroiliac joint injection
  • Compression fractures
    • A type of fracture in the spine that is typically caused by osteoporosis or trauma.
    • Treatment: kyphoplasty
  • Postherpetic Neuralgia
    • Nerve pain caused by shingles.
    • Treatment: Selective nerve root block
  • Trigeminal Neuralgia
    • A chronic pain condition affecting the trigeminal nerve in the face.
    • Treatment: Selective nerve root block or radiofrequency lesioning
  • Knee/Shoulder/Hip arthritis
    • Treatment: cortisone injections, Hyaluronic acid injections
  • Painful neuropathy
    • Chronic pain due to nerve damage.
    • Treatment: spinal cord stimulation trial
  • Migraines
    • Treatment: Botulinum Toxin Injections (Botox) may be used as a way to prevent migraines and to reduce the duration and intensity of the headaches in people who have headaches often.

We focus on minimally invasive treatment options over prescription pain medication at this clinic. However, our doctors will discuss the options with you first to determine what’s best for you.

Some of our treatments include:

Welcome to our clinic! Patients can schedule an appointment with us directly via telephone, or by having your primary care provider send a referral to our team. Prior to the first appointment, you will have a brief phone call with our intake coordinator to learn more about what types of pain you are experiencing, answer any questions about your first visit, and discuss previous imaging and treatment you have undergone. Our coordinator will also assist you in obtaining any relevant medical records, which will help our specialists prepare the best treatment plan possible.

Please use the link below to access our intake form. To expedite the intake process, patients can fill out this form prior to their first visit and send it to the clinic via mail (see address below) or drop it of directly.

We look forward to being your pain treatment specialists!

Pain Clinic Patient Intake Form

How to Get Here

We’re located on the ground floor of the East Medical Building. Enter the building through Entrance 3.

Interventional Pain Clinic
1250 E 3900 S Suite 3B (Third Floor)
Salt Lake City, UT 84124

The clinic is open Monday – Thursday: 8:00am – 4:00pm, and Fridays 8:00am – 12:00pm.

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