Pain Management Referrals

Pain Management Referrals

If you are a physician with a patient who is experiencing chronic or severe pain, don’t hesitate to contact the Pain Management Center at Cooper at 856.963.6770. Whether you’re an oncologist, rheumatologist, orthopedist, or other specialist, we can collaborate with you to create a comprehensive treatment plan for your patient’s pain relief.

In addition to the therapies listed below, we manage pain through medication, supportive care, psychological counseling, physical therapy, and spinal cord stimulation.  


Our doctors provide injections in more than 40 areas of the body to help relieve pain. Types of injections include:

  • Caudal epidural space for lower back and leg pain
  • Cervical epidural space and cervical facet joint for neck pain
  • Hip and shoulder joint for arthritis pain
  • Lumbar epidural space to manage low back pain
  • Lumbar transforaminal epidural to treat lower back and leg pain
  • Piriformis muscle to relieve pressure on the sciatic nerve
  • Sacroiliac joint for pain relief in the lower back, buttocks, and legs
  • Thoracic epidural space to alleviate mid-back and chest wall pain
  • Trigger points to manage myofascial pain

Our specialists may also use neurolytic injections, consisting of alcohol or other chemicals, to intentionally destroy nerves. We give these injections where needed throughout the body.

Nerve Blocks

Our doctors can also offer your patients a nerve block. Some of the many types of nerve blocks we provide include: 

  • Brachial plexus for neck and shoulder pain
  • Celiac plexus and paravertebral somatic for abdominal pain
  • Cervical medial branch block to alleviate neck pain
  • Ganglion impar and superior hypogastric plexus for pelvic and genital pain
  • Genicular for knee pain
  • Genitofemoral for groin and pelvic pain
  • Hypogastric plexus for pelvic pain
  • Ilioinguinal for pain in the lower abdomen, genital area, and inner thigh
  • Intercostal for chest wall and rib cage pain
  • Lumbar and lumbar medial branch for lower back pain
  • Occipital, supraorbital, and sphenopalatine ganglion for headache pain
  • Pudendal for genital pain
  • Sacrococcygeal plexus for pelvic and leg pain
  • Stellate ganglion for face and arm pain
  • Thoracic medial branch for mid-back pain
  • Trigeminal for facial pain

Radiofrequency Ablation

Radiofrequency ablation involves inserting probes through the skin that apply heat directly to nerves. This procedure destroys the nerves we target, providing pain relief. Types of radiofrequency ablation we offer include:

  • Cervical for neck pain
  • Lumbar for lower back pain
  • Occipital nerve for headaches
  • Thoracic for mid-back and chest wall pain

Refer a Patient

Referring physicians are welcome to call us any time at 856.963.6770 with questions or concerns about a shared patient or to refer a patient to our care.