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Interventional Pain and Spine Program at Spaulding Rehabilitation Outpatient Center Cambridge

Interventional pain management may help you manage your pain in conjunction with other treatment modalities. In addition to conservative treatment such as prescription medications, an interventional pain management approach uses injections to help diagnose and treat the source of pain. The goal is to reduce pain so that you may resume normal activities.

When indicated, procedures may be done under fluoroscopic (X-ray) guidance.

Procedures may include:

  • Epidural steroid injections (ESI)
  • Facet joint block
  • Sympathetic and parasympathetic nerve block
  • Trigger point injection (TPI)
  • Radiofrequency ablation

Meet the Cambridge Outpatient Team

  • Max Epstein, MD

    Max Epstein, MD


    Dr. Epstein specializes in interventional and regenerative approaches to spine and joint pain. This includes pains in the back, neck, shoulder, hip, and knee, as well as neuropathic conditions and migraines.

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  • Razvan Turcu, MD, MBA

    Razvan Turcu, MD, MBA


    Dr. Turcu specializes in Pain Medicine and Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation.

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  • Julia Webb, MD

    Julia Webb, MD


    Dr. Webb employs a multifaceted, interdisciplinary approach to manage spine and certain pain disorders. She will listen carefully to your history and work with you to craft a balanced, sustainable plan to reduce pain and ultimately improve function. She performs minimally invasive spinal procedures such as epidurals, medial branch blocks, radiofrequency ablations, and certain joint injections.

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