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Dr. David Provenzano, a leading expert in Pittsburgh, PA and throughout the nation for treating patients who suffer daily from pain, uses advanced diagnostic techniques to assess the source of the pain and develop a comprehensive and safe treatment approach that can significantly reduce your pain.

Dr. Provenzano's vision is to help detect and treat the source of pain as early as possible to improve outcomes – and also to break the cycle of recurring pain and restore your comfort level so you can return to participating in the activities that you enjoy. Bringing vast research knowledge to every patient treatment plan is one of Dr. Provenzano's key components to patient care.

Dr. Provenzano was also recently recognized as one of America's Most Compassionate Doctors by Patient's Choice. Click here to learn more.

Genicular Nerve Radiofrequency
Over 50 million Americans have been diagnosed with osteoarthritis. Osteoarthritis is the most prevalent type of arthritis, and the knee joint is often affected. At Pain Diagnostics and Interventional Care, we offer a variety of management options for knee pain due to osteoarthritis. Some options include use of medications including anti-inflammatories, ultrasound guided corticosteroid and viscosupplementation joint injections, and minimally invasive procedures. A new and effective minimally invasive management strategy is genicular nerve radiofrequency. During this procedure, the nerves that often cause knee pain are heated with a radiofrequency electrode. The small nerves are cauterized to block painful signals from the knee. Patients often have significant relief and improvements in function following the procedure.  

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