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At Victoria Pain Management our philosophy is to manage pain, return function and improve quality of life of our patients.

Phone :- (03) 4313 2028
Fax: (03) 4343 1359

Mail :- admin@vicpainmanagement.com.au
Address :-707 Mair St, Ballarat VIC 3350

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Phone : (03) 4313 2028

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Ballarat VIC 3350

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240 Hoppers Lane

Werribee VIC 3030

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230 COOPER ST

EPPING VIC 3076

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190 Station Rd

Melton VIC 3337

Interventional Treatments

Lumbar facet injections

The facet joints are small joints that limit the amount of twisting and bending in the back. They can be affected by arthritis and strained by unaccustomed or heavy exercise. They are sometimes a cause of back pain. Injection of the lumbar facet joints, in...

Sacro-iliac joint injections

The sacro-iliac joints are large joints that join the spine to the pelvis. They carry the weight of the body from the spine, through the pelvis to the hips. They can be affected by arthritis and strained by unaccustomed or heavy exercise. They are sometimes...

Lumbar epidural injection

An epidural can help back pain. It is a temporary treatment, and cannot be expected to last more than two months. The benefit of an epidural lies in the improvement that occurs when you are able to use your back in a more normal way,...

Facet/Sacro-iliac joint denervation

If you have a good response to facet joint injections in the lower back or in the neck, then it may be possible to make the treatment more effective by doing facet joint denervation. If your pain has returned, then denervation can turn off the...

Stellate Ganglion Block

What is the Stellate Ganglion Block? Stellate Ganglion Block is an injection of local anaesthetic in the sympathetic nerve tissue. These are the nerves that are a part of the Sympathetic Nervous System and are located in the neck, on either side of the voice...

Coeliac plexus injection

The coeliac plexus is a place in the abdomen or belly where there is a concentration of nerves that supply the intestines and other abdominal organs. Injection of the coeliac plexus is used to treat pain from these organs. Because the injection is difficult, and...

Lumbar Sympathetectomy

The sympathetic nerves run beside the spine. The lumbar sympathetic nerves in the lower back control the blood vessels in the legs, and carry some of the sensation of pain from the legs. Pain in the legs, particularly when it is related to problems in...

Injections around joints

Injections are often made around the shoulder, elbow, hip and knee in the investigation and treatment of pain. The injection will confirm that the pain is coming from the joint, and will help to treat it. Without other treatment, the pain will sometimes return. We...

Cervical facet joint injections

The facet joints are small joints that fimit the amount of twisting and bending in the neck. They can be affected by arthritis and strained by unaccustomed or heavy exercise. They are sometimes a cause of neck pain. Injection of the cervical facet joints, in...

Local and “trigger point” injections

"Trigger points" are small areas within muscles that are tender and when they are pressed they cause pain to spread through the muscle. Most patients will have pain from several trigger points. Injections are often made into several trigger points in the investigation and treatment...

Injections around nerves

Injections are often made around nerves in the investigation and treatment of pain. We often inject nerves in the groin, the scalp and the arms and legs. The injection will confirm that the pain is coming from the nerve, and will help to treat it....

Spinal Cord Stimulation

Neurostimulation is the use of electrical impulses to block or restore nervous system function and sensation. Neurostimulation treatment reduces nerve activity through the delivery of electrical stimulation to targeted sites of the body. The various form of neuromostimulation used for pain control include: Spinal cord stimulation...