Stellate Ganglion Block

Advanced Treatment at Genesis Pain Management

Stellate Ganglion Block

Welcome to Genesis Pain Management, where we’re dedicated to transforming chronic pain treatment. If you’re seeking relief from conditions such as complex regional pain syndrome or certain anxiety disorders, our advanced medical techniques and compassionate care are here to make a significant impact on your well-being.

Understanding Stellate Ganglion Block:

A Stellate Ganglion Block is a specialized procedure designed to diagnose and alleviate pain and certain conditions by targeting the stellate ganglion, a group of nerves located in the neck. This procedure involves the precise injection of a local anesthetic and sometimes a corticosteroid into the stellate ganglion to interrupt pain signals and provide relief.

Our Approach to Stellate Ganglion Block:

At Genesis Pain Management, we understand the complex nature of conditions that can be alleviated through a Stellate Ganglion Block. Our team of experts employs the latest medical advancements to provide effective relief, offering hope and improved quality of life.

Diagnosis and Conditions Treate

Before proceeding with treatment, our experienced physicians conduct a comprehensive evaluation to determine whether a Stellate Ganglion Block is the appropriate option for you. This procedure is commonly used to treat conditions such as complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS), post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), anxiety disorders, and certain types of pain.

The Procedure

During the Stellate Ganglion Block procedure, a skilled physician carefully guides a thin needle into the targeted stellate ganglion. A mixture of a local anesthetic and sometimes a corticosteroid is injected, interrupting pain signals and providing relief.

Personalized Treatment Plan

We believe in creating personalized treatment plans that address your unique condition and pain experience. If the Stellate Ganglion Block proves successful in alleviating your symptoms, it can serve as a foundation for further pain management strategies or guide more targeted therapies.

Why Choose Genesis Pain Management?


Our team consists of highly skilled and experienced physicians specializing in pain management.

Cutting-Edge Techniques:

We embrace the latest medical advancements to ensure the most effective and minimally invasive treatments.

Patient-Centric Approach:

Your comfort, well-being, and quality of life are at the center of everything we do.

Compassionate Care:

We understand the emotional and physical toll of chronic pain and offer compassionate support at every step.


Our goal is to provide enduring pain relief and enhanced overall well-being, without relying solely on conventional methods.

Take the First Step Towards Pain Relief:

Don’t let thoracic or lumbar pain dictate your life. Contact Genesis Pain Management today to schedule a consultation and explore how the Transforaminal Epidural Steroid Injection could be your gateway to regaining comfort and freedom. Let our expertise and innovative solutions guide you toward a pain-free life.


A Stellate Ganglion Block is a minimally invasive procedure designed to diagnose and provide relief from pain in the head, neck, upper chest, and arm regions. This procedure involves injecting a local anesthetic near the stellate ganglion—a cluster of nerves located in the neck—to interrupt pain signals and offer relief.

During the procedure, a skilled physician uses fluoroscopic guidance to accurately locate the stellate ganglion. A local anesthetic is then injected into the targeted area. This blocks pain signals and can provide both diagnostic insights and therapeutic relief.

Individuals experiencing pain conditions such as complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS), nerve pain, or vasospasms in the head, neck, or upper extremities may be suitable candidates. Our pain management specialists will evaluate your medical history and condition to determine if this treatment is appropriate for you.

After the Stellate Ganglion Block, you may experience relief from pain and improved circulation due to the local anesthetic. Many patients notice improvement within a short time, although individual responses may vary. Keep in mind that this procedure can serve both diagnostic and therapeutic purposes, and its effects can vary in duration.