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  • +  Kyphoplasty

    What is it?


    What is a Kyphoplasty?

    Kyphoplasty is an advanced procedure for patients that suffer a vertebral compression fracture. When a bone fractures, swelling and pain is common symptoms. As swelling increases, spinal misalignments can increase causing irritation to surrounding tissues and nerves. Once there is damage to a vertebrae, the misalignments and weight distribution associated with the injury can set the stage for another fracture. Repairing the injury early is imperative to overall balance & long term pain control and may reduce the consequences of subsequent spinal fractures associated for inactivity due to back pain.


    Using a X-ray, a specialized balloon is inserted into the fractured bone through a minimal incision. The fractured bone is then re-expanded in an effort to re-establish bone height. Following this, the balloon is deflated and removed and bone cement is delivered into the fractured bone using a hollow needle thus stabilizing the fracture.

    What are the benefits of a Kyphoplasty?

    Kyphoplasty has been shown to restore height of the vertebrae, helping correct the vertebral deformity. Kyphoplasty can now be safely performed in the clinical setting using minimal sedation. However, some insurance plans do require it be done in the hospital outpatient setting which means you will generally be sent home on the same day. Additional benefits include:

    Increased mobility

    Significant reduction in pain

    Quality of life improvement including ability to perform daily activities

    Sustained vertebral body height restoration

  • +  Neurostimulation for Pain Relief

    What is it?


    What is a Neurostimulator?

    The St. Jude Neurostimulator works by interrupting the pain impulses that reach the brain to help patients manage their pain. Neurostimulation feels like a gentle fluttering sensation that replaces the pain. Neurostimulation therapy is approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the management of chronic pain in the back, neck, arms, or legs.

    Who is a candidate?

    First consult your doctor or pain specialist to determine if you are a candidate. Typically, a good candidate for Neurostimulation is someone who has experienced one or more of the following: Chronic pain in the back, neck, arms, or legs with little or no relief from surgery or other treatment options to include pain medications, physical therapy and interventional procedures.

    What are the benefits of Neurostimulation?

    Pain varies person to person and Neurostimulation allows you to adjust your pain relief in the palm of your hand. Through the small hand held device, a person is able to increase or decrease the intensity as needed. Neurostimulation is covered by most major health insurance plans including Medicare and workers compensation programs.

    A reduction in pain by 50% or greater

    Reduced opioid use

    Targeted pain relief

    Limited side effects

    Minimally invasive procedure

  • + Botox® for Chronic Migraine

    What is it


    What is BOTOX® for migraines?

    BOTOX® is a prescription medicine that injected to prevent headaches in adults with chronic migraine who have 15 or more dyas each month with headache lasting 4 or more hours each day in people 18 years or older. BOTOX® prevents on average 8 or 9 headache days and migraine/probable migraine days a month at 24 weeks. It will take 2 treatments, 12 weeks apart to determine how well BOTOX® is working for you. If you don't get treated every 12 weeks, you may not get the full benefit of BOTOX®. The procedure takes only about 15 minutes and is done right in clinic.

    What are the benefits of BOTOX®?

    Instead of treating the migraine with medication when one occurs, BOTOX® prevents the headaches BEFORE they happen. BOTOX® prevents on average 8 or 9 headache days and migraine/probable migraine days a month at 24 weeks.  BBOTOX® is covered by most major health insurance plans. Other benefits may include:

    Small, thin needle for injection. Patients say mild discomfort

    15 minute procedure done in-clinic

    Reduction in overall migraines and headaches

    Significant improvement in daily activities

  • +  Radiofrequency Ablation

    What is it


    What is Radiofrequency Abalation?

    Radiofrequency ablation is a procedure used to provide longer term pain relief than that provided by simple injections or nerve blocks. Many patients who are being considered for this procedure have already undergone simple injection techniques like Epidural Steroid Injection, Facet Joint Injection, Sympathetic Nerve Blocks, or other nerve blocks with pain relief that is less prolonged than desired. By selectively destroying nerves that carry pain impulses, the painful structure can be effectively denervated.



    What are the benefits of Radiofrequency Ablation?

    The Radiofrequency Ablation procedure is a well established pain management tool that if successful, may allow you to decease your pain medications and increase your ability to perform more activities of daily life comfortably. The most common side effect is discomfort at the site of the procedure. However, you may also experience bruising, swelling and muscle spasms. As always please discuss this with your doctor at Las Cruces Pain Center for a full list of potential side effects.

    Pain relief lasting anywhere from 6 to 12 months, sometimes longer

    Increased mobility

    Improved quality of life

  • +  Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy

    What is it


    What is Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy?

    PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) therapy is a non-operative treatment option that relieves pain by naturally promoting long lasting healing of injured tissues. PRP uses your own blood that is spun down in a centrifuge, separating a concentration of platelets. Platelets are the clotting cells of our blood however they also have potential in enhancing healing of muscles, tendons and ligaments.


    Through research and technology, we have learned that platelets release bioactive proteins responsible for attracting cells that are responsible for removing dead tissue, enhancing tissue regeneration and healing through stem cells. Based on this concept, platelets are introduced into injured tissue to stimulate or jump-start the healing process in chronic injuries. The use of PRP has been used and documented in many fields including orthopedics, sports medicine, wound healing, cosmetics and many more.

    Conditions & Injuries Treatable With PRP

    - Osteoarthritis of the Knee, Shoulder, Hip

    - Rotator Cuff Tears

    - Chronic Plantar Fasciitis

    - ACL Injuries

    - Back and Neck Injuries

    - Tennis Elbow / Golfers Elbow / Epicondylitis

    - Ankle Sprains

    - Tendinitis

    - Ligament Sprains

    - Muscle strains and tears

    What are the benefits of Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy?

    It has shown promising results in chronic non-healing tendon injuries such as tennis elbow, golfer’s elbow, plantar fasciitis, knee injuries, rotator cuff injuries, osteoarthritis, bursitis, and chronic ulcerative wounds. Improvement is generally seen within a few weeks following the procedure and is expected to continue as the damaged tissue heals. Improvement is generally seen within a few weeks following the procedure and is expected to continue as the damaged tissue heals.

    Promotes healing in musculoskeletal injuries

    Fast procedure done in-clinic

    Virtually painless

    Non-operative, minimally invasive

    Resume normal activity following procedure

    Low cost

  • +  Laboratory

    What is it

    Testing Panels

    El Paso Pain Center Laboratory

    El Paso Pain Center Laboratory is committed to providing clinicians accurate and reliable information using the latest industry innovations and state-of-the-art technology; dedicated to providing patient focused, high quality services to our customers and physicians while maintaining the virtues of ethics and focusing on customer care.


    El Paso Pain Center Laboratory is committed to providing our patients with the quality care with the scientific analysis of laboratory testing. Our Laboratory can provide you individualized medical solutions to assist you in making informed decisions for your patients care.

    What are the panels do we test?

    El Paso Pain Center Laboratory is pleased to offer comprehensive outreach laboratory services to physicians and clinics throughout the area.  We are committed to providing the highest level of quality and service to our patients and clients.


    Pharmacogenomics (PGx) is the study of genetic effect on individual drug response. We now know that there exists significant patient to patient variation on gene expression which directly correlates to individual drug response.


    Clinical Lab

    Our Clinical Laboratory provides precise and timely services, and is committed to provide to the patient, quality care by using the latest scientific technology.

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El Paso Pain Center offers a large variety of interventional pain procedures to supplement your medical management and therapy. If you suffer from neck, low back, joint, or even cancer pain, our specialists may have treatment options for you.

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