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Integrated Spine and Pain Services is a leading provider of pain management services for men and women in Alexandria, Falls Church, Virginia. We lead a team specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of spinal conditions and other musculoskeletal problems.

Conditions they specialize in at Integrated Spine and Pain Services include radicular pain and sciatica, spinal disc pain in the neck and back, sacroiliac joint (SI joint) pain, facet joint arthrosis, and hip joint pain. The cutting-edge diagnostics and treatments the team provides include transforaminal epidural steroid injections, diagnostic and therapeutic selective nerve root blocks, medial branch blocks, medial branch neurotomy (radiofrequency ablation), diagnostic and therapeutic intra-articular sacroiliac joint and hip joint injections, kyphoplasty for vertebral compression fractures, and spinal cord stimulation.

They also offer electrodiagnostic evaluation services, including electromyography (EMG) and nerve conduction studies to assess nerve conditions that are causing loss of function in the arms and legs. In addition, Integrated Spine and Pain Services has a clinical research program that can offer innovative treatment options for certain patients.

At Integrated Spine and Pain Services, the team’s goal is to provide high-quality, evidence-based spine care that reduces pain and improves quality of life. To find out more, call the Alexandria or Falls Church office or book an appointment online.

Our Practice


Integrated Spine and Pain Services is a leading provider of pain management services for men and women in Alexandria, Falls Church, Virginia. We lead a team specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of spinal conditions and other musculoskeletal problems.

Conditions they specialize in at Integrated Spine and Pain Services include radicular pain and sciatica, spinal disc pain in the neck and back, sacroiliac joint (SI joint) pain, facet joint arthrosis, and hip joint pain. The cutting-edge diagnostics and treatments the team provides include transforaminal epidural steroid injections, diagnostic and therapeutic selective nerve root blocks, medial branch blocks, medial branch neurotomy (radiofrequency ablation), diagnostic and therapeutic intra-articular sacroiliac joint and hip joint injections, kyphoplasty for vertebral compression fractures, and spinal cord stimulation.

They also offer electrodiagnostic evaluation services, including electromyography (EMG) and nerve conduction studies to assess nerve conditions that are causing loss of function in the arms and legs. In addition, Integrated Spine and Pain Services has a clinical research program that can offer innovative treatment options for certain patients.

At Integrated Spine and Pain Services, the team’s goal is to provide high-quality, evidence-based spine care that reduces pain and improves quality of life. To find out more, call the Alexandria or Falls Church office or book an appointment online.


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