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The following table illustrates some common pain conditions and their outcomes in non smokers or in patients who quit smoking during the treatments, have eliminated adverse work activity and do not suffer re-injury to the same area. Morbid obesity reduces the pain free interval following treatments for joint pain. Age and gender do not influence the outcome of treatments. Patients with underlying immunological or infectious disorder (except in Shingles) causing the pain condition may not respond. Although the practice is relatively small as compared to other pain practices, the table below represents overall experience from treating over 2,000 individual patients over a ten year time span.

Treatment success rate at Advanced Interventional Pain Center = 90% or more. Patients who were non compliant with the treatment program (unable to quit smoking, not keeping with the follow-up appointments etc.,)  were not included. Narcotic Medications were NOT used in the treatment program.

National and International Average for pain treatment success = 50% or less.

No. of patients seen for the non painful conditions are very few to suggest the same degree of success in others with the same condition.

Compare Our Incredible Pain Treatments Results to Other Outcomes

Pain Condition Treated

Outcomes at AIPC without using pain medications*

Outcomes as Reported in US Medical Literature

Outcomes as Reported elsewhere in the World

Post Herpetic Neuralgia

Permanent Pain Relief in Most Cases Only temporary and incomplete pain relief Only temporary and incomplete pain relief

Vascular Pain of Lower Extremities with Early Necrotic Changes

Permanent Pain Relief without surgery with reversal of early necrosis Surgery Recommended, Permanent pain relief doubtful Surgery Recommended. Permanent pain relief doubtful

CRPS without initial nerve injury

Permanent Pain Relief in most cases Temporary relief with  pain medications Temporary relief with  pain medications

Pelvic pain in women with negative laparoscopic findings

Permanent Pain Relief in most cases Temporary relief with  pain medications Temporary relief with  pain medications

Failed Back Surgery Syndrome (FBSS)

Long Term Pain Relief with innovative laser treatments (DT-LILT™). DT-LILT™ is NOT FDA approved Management with more surgical treatments, pain medications, stimulators and pumps Management with more surgical treatments, pain medications, stimulators and pumps

Find Your Pain Condition and Our Pain Relief Results After Treatment

Pain Condition

Pain relief period after treatment at Advanced Interventional Pain Center

Back pain (cervical, thoracic and lumbar) from facet joint arthritis 6 to 8 months without using neuroablation. A few patients received up to 2 years of pain relief.
Back pain from failed back surgery syndrome 6 to 8 months or more
SI joint pain 6 to 8 months
Shoulder pain 8 months to a year or more
Hip joint pain (includes those with failed hip replacements) 3 to 6 months
Knee pain (includes those with failed knee replacements) 3 to 6 months without using synvisc or similar drugs.
Radiculitis (cervical, thoracic and lumbar) without paralysis or more than grade I anterio-posterior spondylolisthesis. Note: lateral spondylolisthesis causing radiculitis responds to treatments 1 year or more
Vascular pain, early necrosis Permanent pain relief with reversal of early necrosis, no surgery required, no repeat treatments required. One patient had a blocked popliteal graft, still received permanent pain relief.
Post herpetic neuralgia Permanent pain relief, no repeat treatments required.
CRPS (without initial nerve injury) Permanent pain relief, no repeat treatments required.
Chronic pelvic pain in women without intra-abdominal pathology Permanent pain relief, no repeat treatments required.
Chronic headaches Varies. Permanent pain relief in some, palliative in others. Treatments reduce the intensity of headaches and frequency of visits to ER.
Costochondritis (from surgery eg., sternotomy, thoracotomy) Permanent pain relief, no repeat treatments required.
Costochondritis, age related Varies, mostly permanent pain relief. Some patients require treatments every 3 to 5 months.
Heel spur (Calcaneal spur) Permanent pain relief in most cases. 6 to 8 months or more in obese individuals.
Non Painful Conditions Treatment outcome at Advanced Interventional Pain Center
Lymph edema (benign, non cancer related) Permanent resolution of edema
Lymph edema, cancer related Greater than 50% resolution with 1 treatment.
Hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating of hands) Permanent resolution of symptoms with 1 to 2 treatments