What is Integrative and Interventional Pain Management?
Integrative and Interventional Pain Management combines the surgical precision required to effectively pinpoint nerve and joint pain with non-surgical, non-steroid regenerative therapies designed to relieve pain and stimulate healing.
Relieve | Restore | Regenerate
Integrative Pain Therapies
Prolozone is a form of regenerative medicine which uses injections of ozone gas along with other therapeutic elements to stimulate the body’s tissues to heal themselves.
Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) consists of the liquid portion of blood (plasma) + a high concentration of platelets.
Platelets contain growth factors that can trigger cell reproduction and stimulate tissue regeneration or healing in the treated area.
By using a patients own platelets and growth factors, PRP is a safe non-surgical option for joint regeneration.
Peptides are naturally occurring chains of amino acids that trigger the body to turn something on or off.
There are several peptides available to enhance wound healing, speed recovery from an injury, repair or regrow tissue or even just reduce a pain response (like a headache).
Most people understand that stretching is an important lifestyle choice for reducing muscle pain. That's just the beginning.
From diet to sleep to simply breathing, lifestyle choices can accelerate or slow your recovery from chronic pain.
A Complete Workup
Consultations are a minimum of 30 minutes, creating space to explore the potential causes, and solutions, for your pain.
Finding core issues is the only way to break the cycle of pain. Perhaps a simple antibiotic is enough. Maybe you need an injection, or therapy, or a combination them all.
Comprehensive labs tests give our team a deeper picture into the nature of your pain.
Align the siloed work of multiple different specialists into a single plan.
Deepti Agarwal, MD
Director of Integrative and Interventional Pain Management
Dr. Agarwal is dual board certified in Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine and will direct CIH's programs for patients suffering from chronic pain.
Dissatisfied with conventional medicine's approach to chronic pain, Dr. Agarwal turned to Integrative Medicine to offer patients a more complete and restorative solution. She will sit for her ABoIM boards in 2022.
Coupled with her research into pain management, Dr. Agarwal has studied the impacts of metabolic dysfunction on longevity and aging. She's excited to help patients manage acute issues in the short-term, while setting them up for long-term health.
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