Pain Management Center The WVU Healthcare Pain Management Center offers various services for people with acute and chronic pain. Our trained health care professionals, using focused, thorough evaluation, provide the highest quality, advanced treatment to help reduce pain. Our goal is to help our patients so they are able to return to their highest level of functioning and independence and to help them restore their quality of life. All our patients are seen by referral only. The Pain Management Center at WVU is a division of the Department of Neurosurgery and part of the Spine Center at WVU Hospitals. Richard Vaglienti, MD, of WVU's Pain Management Center, discusses treatments we offer for patients with chronic pain. Some of the conditions we treat include: back pain neck pain spinal stenosis herniated disc degenerative disc disease osteoarthritis shingles musculoskeletal pain peripheral vascular disease sacroilitis myofascial pain cervicogenic headache (and other head pain) abdominal pain chronic pancreatitis cancer pain Some of the treatment options that we may use include: epidural steroid injections nerve blocks sympathetic blocks stellate ganglion blocks celiac plexus blocks lumbar sympathetic blocks diagnostic facet nerve block therapeutic facet nerve block trigger point injection spinal cord stimulation discography cryoanalgesia joint and bursa injections sacroiliac joint injections Botox injections Rhizotomy The Pain Management Center is open Monday to Friday from 8 am - 4:30 pm.