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1000 Health Center Drive
Mattoon, IL • VIEW LOCATIONS
(217) 258-2525

 

 

Interventional Pain

Physicians and other medical practitioners have been working to understand, treat and eliminate pain for thousands of years. Interventional pain medicine uses injections and minimally invasive procedures to diagnose and treat the pain associated with specific, acute and chronic conditions.

Center for Interventional Pain

1000 Health Center Dr., Suite 106
Mattoon, Illinois 61938
217-238-4495
fax: 217-238-3741

Hours:
8 am to 2 pm –
Monday through Friday

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Ragai Mitry, MD

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Heather Heicher, APN-BC

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The SBL Center for Interventional Pain brings advanced pain-fighting techniques and expertise to the people of East Central Illinois. It is home to Anesthesiologist Ragai Mitry, MD, who has advanced training in the diagnosis and treatment of pain. He works to eliminate pain without the use of narcotics and other addictive drugs. Heather Heicher, APN, sees patients in the office as well and provides several options for pain management that require no sedation. In addition to her background as an RN providing care in the pain clinic, Heather has also been trained by Dr. Mitry in pain management without the use of narcotics.

The Center for Interventional Pain is staffed by registered nurses who have vast experience and a special interest in helping patients manage their pain.

For more information about the Center for Interventional Pain, call 217-238-4495.


Interventional Pain Management

1303 W. Evergreen Ave.
Effingham, IL
217-347-2332
fax: 217 347-2313

Hours:
9 am to 5 pm – Monday through Thursday

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Brian Ogan, MD, Interventional Pain

Interventional Pain Management in Effingham, located inside the Sarah Bush Lincoln Bonutti Clinic, brings advanced pain-fighting techniques and expertise to the people of East Central Illinois. It is home to Anesthesiologist Brian Ogan, MD, who has advanced training in the diagnosis and treatment of pain. He works to eliminate pain without the use of narcotics and other addictive drugs. Dr. Ogan performs his interventional procedures at the Effingham Ambulatory Surgery Center.

For more information about the Interventional Pain Management clinic, call 217-347-2332.

Services: Pain management