At the Pain Clinic of Northwestern Wisconsin, we address your pain as a disease, not a symptom. That’s why our practice focuses on reducing our patients’ pain and suffering and increasing their ability to do their daily activities with ease.
Our expert, multidisciplinary physicians provide evaluation and alternative treatments, taking a conservative approach to care by starting with physical therapy and progressing to using state-of-the-art technology and new treatments as needed. We are constantly researching the effectiveness of different procedures to provide our patients with the most effective care.
We treat each patient as a whole, and we work with other healthcare professionals including physical therapists, family physicians, and other professionals that might be needed, such as social workers, hospice, home care agencies, and behavioral health specialists. This way, we provide comprehensive care that leads to desired results.
COOLIEF* Cooled RF Treatment
If you need knee pain relief but don’t want to undergo surgery, COOLIEF may be right for you. COOLIEF is a non-invasive outpatient treatment that works to address chronic knee pain. Using targeted radiofrequency energy, COOLIEF addresses the nerves that are at the root of your pain. The COOLIEF device circulates water while providing heat to the tissue, increasing the size of the treatment area as compared to other radiofrequency treatments.
COOLIEF has helped patients increase their mobility and reduce their pain symptoms without medication and without surgery!
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Other services include:
- Bursa Injections
- Caudal Epidural Steroid Injection
- Celiac Plexus Block
- Cervical Epidural Steroid Injection (CESI)
- Coccyx Injections
- DAS Pump Placement
- Lumbar Epidural Steroid Injection (LESI)
- Facet Injection
- Intercostal Nerve Block
- Ischial Bursa Injection
- Lumbar Sympathetic Block
- Medial Branch Block
- Occipital Nerve Block
- Piriformis Muscle Injection
- Radiofrequency Lesioning
- SI Joint Injection
- Spinal Cord Stimulator Placement
- Stellate Ganglion Block
- Thoracic Epidural Injection
- Trigger Point Injection
- Ultrasound Guided Procedures