• Facet Joint Injections/ Medial Branch Blocks
  • ​Sacro-Illiac Joint Injections
  • Radio-frequency Denervation
  • Epidurals
  • Caudal Epidurals
  • ​Genicular Blocks and Radiofrequency: for knee pain
  • Nerve Root Blocks/ Dorsal root ganglion blocks
  • Peripheral Nerve Blocks
  • Lumbar Sympathectomy: for vascular insufficiency pain
  • Coeliac Plexus/ Splanchnic Radiofrequency Denervation
  • Stellate Ganglion Blockade

We perform many interventional pain procedures including:

Interventional Procedure Information Leaflets

Kent Pain Doctors

Interventional procedures can provide high quality pain relief and improved function as well as as a window of opportunity to allow rehabilitation.

Procedures are performed under local anaesthesia, often combined with sedation as day cases.

Risks and benefits of individual interventional procedures will be covered in detail in both clinic and on the day of the procedure

You need someone to take you to hospital and pick you up after your procedure. You cannot drive on the day of an interventional procedure​ as your insurance would be void.

Procedures are done with X-Ray or Ultrasound guidance in our theatre suites enabling us to target procedures with millimetre precision.