When you need interventional pain management or surgery, you want a center that’s dedicated to the process. The Directed Interventional Surgery Center that’s part of Medical Imaging Center of Southern California, led by Dr. Bradley Jabour, provides patients in Santa Monica and Beverly Hills, California, top-notch care for their surgical and pain management needs. Call today to learn more or book an appointment.
Directed Interventional Surgery Center (DISC) was established in 1998 as an AAAHC-accredited (Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care) surgery center. DISC specializes in high-quality patient care and the staff is committed to providing patients with excellent service in an effort to make their surgical experience as relaxed and comfortable as possible.
DISC is proud to work with many of the best physicians in their fields in the United States. All of the physicians are board certified and are making advances at the top of their fields. The staff is trained at the highest caliber and is equipped to handle all situations at the surgery center.
The surgery center offers the latest techniques for putting an end to chronic spine and joint pain, including radiofrequency procedures, blocks, and regenerative medicine for long-lasting relief.
The center also provides critical interventional radiology services and the staff work with oncologists to ensure that you receive the care you need.
DISC offers a host of interventional radiology services, including:
The radiologists work with your health care team to ensure that you receive the best care possible.
Reports reveal that more than 25 million people live in chronic pain in the United States, and back and joint pain account for a large portion of these numbers. Not to mention, back pain is one of the leading drivers of disability among Americans.
In an effort to help you find relief so you can get back to a healthy and active life, the practitioners at DISC provide the following pain management services:
The healthcare providers at DISC work with each patient until relief from chronic pain is found. To learn more, call or use the online scheduling tool to request an appointment.