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The board-certified interventional pain management physicians and at CTC Integrated Healthcare in Sandy Springs, Georgia are trained to offer our patients individualized pain management treatments for spine and joint pain based on a thorough evaluation with on-site diagnostics.

Interventional pain management is used to manage pain to restore maximum function for the best quality of life possible. Onsite rehabilitation following interventional pain management treatment is an integral part of our comprehensive approach to ensure the best outcomes possible.

Trigger Point Injections

Trigger point injections are used to relieve extremely painful areas of muscle that are very sensitive to touch and pressure. Our interventional pain management doctors carefully guide pain relieving medication injections right to the source of the problem.

Joint Injection

Joint injections are a non-surgical treatment option for back pain, joint pain, and radiating pain. The procedure involves delivering pain medication directly to or near the source of the pain in a short on-site in-office procedure.

Chiropractor Treatment

Chiropractic Treatment

The relationship between structure and function

Massage Therapist

Massage & Neuromuscular Therapy

Decrease and often eliminate neck and back pain

Spinal Decompression


Physical Therapy

Rehabilitation and Extensive Therapy

Man with back pain

Pain Management

Board-Certified Interventional Pain Management

Sore Knee

Knee Pain

Knee Joint Injections, Therapy & Rehab


Treatment for Diabetic or Peripheral Neuropathy

Curved Spine

Scoliosis and Other Spinal Disorders

Treament & Management

Chiropractic embraces the science of life, the knowledge of how organisms act in health and disease, and also the art of adjusting the neuroskeleton.

Daniel David Palmer, founder of modern chiropractic

The person who takes medicine must recover twice, once from the disease and once from the medicine.

William Osler, MD

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