Clark Fork Valley Hospital's Pain Management specialists are dedicated to providing you the best possible care and will work with you to develop a plan that will enable you to live your life with less discomfort.
Craig Gill, CRNA
Cory Nelson, CRNA
All services are under fluoroscopic and ultrasound guidance.
- Acute Persistent Pain Management
- Lumbar Epidural Injection
- Cervical Epidural Injection
- Trigger Point Injection
- Thoracic Epidural Injection
- Peripheral Nerve Block
Clark Fork Valley Hospital's Pain Management specialists offer a wide array of services for many diagnoses including:
- Low Back Injury
- Work-Related Injury
- Myofascial (Trigger Point) Syndromes
We have a multidisciplinary approach to pain care. Staff and community members in various specialties may be involved in your care. They include:
- Physical Therapists
- Social Workers
What is Acute Persistent Pain?
Acute Persistent Pains is an uncomfortable feeling that tells you something may be wrong in your body. Pain can range from mild to severe and may be constant or recurring.
Anyone with serious pain should visit a healthcare professional immediately. Pain lets the body know something is wrong and should be assessed and addressed. When pain is managed, the body heals better and faster. Individuals do not have to live with pain. Most pain can be relieved with proper pain management.