Pain Management Institute has been serving patients in the DC/Maryland/Virginia for over 20 years. We are one of the oldest pain management groups in the area and have been recognized as the best by Washingtonian Magazine, Checkbook Magzine, Bethesda Magazine, and others. But our biggest compliments come from our referring physicians who send their staff and family members to our clinic for care. Many of our patients are physicians themselves.
We aim to preserve the personal touch that is often lost in today's medical environment while keeping our treatments advanced yet simple for patients to understand. We emphasize patient education and believe in keeping the patient's safety and best interest in mind when recommending any treatment options. Each patients is treated as an individual and we tailor our treatments specific to that patient's unique set of circumstances.
We hope you will give us a chance to show you what the best pain management care feels like.
Doctors Arvanaghi, Kroll, Larkin, and Lee
pain, spine, pain clinic, pain management institute, baltimore, washington dc, greater washington, virginia, bethesda, jose suros, babak arvanaghi, tom larkin, thomas larkin, dennis yun, foggy bottom, georgetown, george washington, board certified, back pain, cancer pain, complex regional pain syndrome (crps, rsd), degenerative disc disease, headaches, herniated or bulging discs, neck pain, neuralgia or neuropathy, pain following motor vehicle accident, pain persistent after spine surgery, phantom limb pain, piriformis syndrome, radiculopathy or sciatica, shingles or post-herpetic neuralgia, spinal stenosis, spondylosis (spinal arthritis), work-related injury, epidural steroid injections (interlaminar, transforaminal, caudal), zygapophysial (facet) joint interventions (intraarticular injections, medial branch blocks, neuroablation) sacroiliac joint injections, discography (disc stimulation), radiofrequency neuroablation, spinal cord stimulation, intrathecal drug delivery system implantation, sympathetic nerve interventions (cervical sympathetic/stellate ganglion, lumbar sympathetic, neuroablation), trigger point injections, peripheral joint injections, percutaneous lumbar disc decompression