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Can we hope to heal? Some answers come from Asco which closes today and where many studies concern drugs to be administered at an early stage because the goal is no longer to extend the life of patients by a few months but rather to make them 'tumor-free'. And the data seem to justify such an ambition. Today, in Italy,...

Jeffrey M. Calava, M.O. – Specialty Pain Management Center

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Dr. Calava has the knowledge and expertise of the latest pain management technologies available today.  His compassion, dedication to quality and extensive expertise ensure that his patients receive the very best care available.  Dr. Calava is board certified by the American Academy of Pain Management and is board eligible. Birthplace: Omaha, Nebraska College: University of Oklahoma Bachelor of Business Administration Norman, Oklahoma...

Procedures – Specialty Pain Management Center

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Caudal Epidural Steroid Injection Cervical, Thoracic & Lumbar Discography Cervical, Thoracic, and Lumbosacral Medial Branch Block Cervical & Lumbar Sympathetic Nerve Block Intrathecal Pain Therapy Lumbar, Cervical or Thoracic Epidural Steroid Injection Lumbar Facet Joint Injections (RFTC) Radio Frequency Thermal Coagnlation Rhizotomy Sacroiliac Joint Injections Spinal Cord Stimulator Stellate Ganglion Block Trigger Point Injections >Caudal Epidural Steroid Injection An epidural injection places anti-inflammatory medicine into the epidural space to decrease inflammation...

Specialty Pain Management Center

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Pain is a part of everyone's life from time to time. Social, environmental and behavioral factors influence how we perceive pain. Our "pain experiences " are therefore, as individual as we are. At Specialty Pain Management Center, our goal is to restore quality of life with effective pain treatment plans that are tailored to the individual. Once the source...

Specialty Pain Management Center

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--- New Patient Information Forms New Patient Questionnaire Procedure Information Sheet We accept most major insurance cards, please check with your insurance company to make sure we are in network with them otherwise they may not pay and the patient will be responsible for any charges not covered. We do not accept cash patients or HMO's.