A transformative, integrated interventional healthcare delivery model of excellence for chronic pain care.
As the industry shifts toward population health management, the demand for early interventions performed outside of the traditional inpatient setting is expected to increase. Interventional services are becoming an increasingly important part of the new continuum of care—minimally invasive procedures often result in less trauma and pain with faster recoveries and with less cost to the payers and patients. Interventional therapies are playing a more critical role in the care and treatment pathway for patients, but they are also playing an important role in how care is delivered.
Angiographies and biopsies that help to advance diagnostic capabilities.
Interventional Pain Management
Epidural steroid injections, discectomy, vertebroplasty, kyphoplasty, neuro stimulators, nerve blocks and other procedures that provide intermediary care. As part of the continuum of pain care, we also include clinical management, pharmaceutical referral, functional restoration and other treatments that assist chronic and acute pain care.
Stents, atherectomy, embolizations and other treatments that are evolving to help treat a variety of conditions.
Alliance Interventional is a comprehensive network of full-time pain management medical practices. We use a variety of methods and our specialists look for the source of the patient’s pain and recommend the quickest, most effective way to treat it.
Comprehensive Approach to Pain Management
Diagnosis of the root cause of pain is made prior to starting treatment(s) with the use of neurological testing, lab screening, radiologic examinations, and/or behavioral assessments allow providers to better diagnose the possible causes of the pain and then provide treatments specific to the source of the problem.
The care team works closely with the patient’s primary care provider and other specialists, insurers and case managers to coordinate care. Referring providers receive a detailed care plan and recommendations for treatment and patients are returned to the primary care provider following treatment.
We believe in a multidisciplinary approach to healthcare with referrals as necessary to ancillary providers for physical therapy, psychological counseling, surgical evaluation, occupational therapy and/or home health care
Treatment may consist of a variety of components including conservative therapies, pain medication and/or procedure therapies such as steroid injection and nerve blocks.
“The patient and referring provider relationships are viewed as a long-term partnerships. The patient returns to the referring provider after treatment ensuring continuity in each patient’s care.”