Pain Management

Chronic pain can oftentimes get in the way of doing the things you love to do. You may benefit from a multi-disciplinary approach to managing your pain including the possible use of physical therapy, therapeutic modalities, prescription medication and/or interventional pain management consisting of steroid injections.

All of these options are available at Orlando Orthopaedic Center and all of our Pain Management physicians are Board Certified with a subspecialty in Pain Management.

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Pain Management for the Whole Family

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Meet Our Specialists

Bryce Austell, M.D.

Bryce T. Austell, M.D.

Daniel M. Frohwein, M.D.

Daniel M. Frohwein, M.D.


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Common Conditions & Procedures

The first visit with your Pain Management Doctor is to provide a thorough evaluation that includes:

  • History of the painful condition
  • Physical examination review
  • Review of any notes, X-rays, MRIs, laboratory studies and other information

Following your initial evaluation, a treatment regimen will be recommended and is individualized for each patient and varies depending on the nature of the condition.

The multi-disciplinary approach is utilized to manage complex and difficult pain conditions. The Pain Management physician performs pain-relieving procedures and serves as a consultant to other physicians. This involves counseling patients and families, prescribing and supervising rehabilitative and behavioral health services, as well as recommending and prescribing medications useful in the treatment of chronic pain.

  • Epidural Injections (Cervical, Thoracic, Lumbar)
    • Interlaminar
    • Transforaminal
    • Caudal
  • Joint Injections
    • Shoulder
    • Knee
    • Hip
    • Sacroiliac
  • Trigger Point Injections
  • Facet Injections And Medial Branch Blocks (Cervical, Thoracic, Lumbar)
  • Nerve/Muscle/Plane Blocks
    • Head – Occipital, Trigeminal, Sphenopalatine Ganglion
    • Neck – Scalenes
    • Extremities – Brachial Plexus, Sciatic, Posterior Tibial, Iliohypogastric, Genitofemoral, Piriformis
    • Knee – Genicular
    • Thorax – Intercostal
    • Abdominal – Transversus Abdominal
  • Radiofrequency Ablations
    • Medial Branches
    • Genicular
    • Si Joint
  • Sympathetic Blocks
    • Stellate Ganglion
    • Lumbar
    • Celiac Plexus
    • Inferior Hypogastric Plexus
    • Ganglion Of Impar
  • Spinal Cord Stimulator Trials And Implants
  • Dorsal Root Ganglion Stimulator Trials And Implants
  • Peripheral Nerve Stimulator Trials And Implants
    • Shoulder – Suprascapular
    • Knee – Infrapetallar Saphenous
    • Back – Superior Cluneal
    • SI Joint – Medial Cluneal
    • Foot/Ankle – Tibial
  • Intrathecal Trials And Pump Trials And Implants
  • Kyphoplasties