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For Patients & Caregivers

Managing Pain

Millions of people suffer from chronic back pain, a condition that can be debilitating and affect a person’s quality of life. In addition to traditional therapies, today’s pain medicine physicians have more choices than ever before for minimally invasive treatments that can help with certain types of chronic spinal pain.

Managing Pain

For patients who have chronic back pain, which is considered chronic if lasting 6 months or longer, it can often be difficult to find the therapy or treatment that offers relief and a return to normal activity.

Halyard Pain Management provides interventional pain solutions used by pain medicine physicians and other physicians. These clinically proven, minimally invasive treatments can help patients live the quality of life they deserve to live.  Ask your physician whether radiofrequency ablation could be a solution to your chronic pain.


Radiofrequency Lesioning - Patient Information

Get answers to frequently-asked questions about this procedure such as, what the procedure is like, how long it takes, associated risks and more.

Disc Biacuplasty - Patient Information

Learn more about what Disc Biacuplasty is, what the procedure is like, how long it takes, how long the recovery is and more.

Disc Biacuplasty Patient Discharge Instructions

Learn what to expect once your Disc Biacuplasty is over and read about the helpful guidelines and exercises you can follow to make your recovery go smoothly.

Reimbursement Information

For information about filing claims with Medicaid, Medicare, and directly with your health insurance plan