Pain Management


Vikki Gambrill, CRNA, NSPM-C


Our Philosophy
There are many types and sources of pain that can be from a new or old injury, illness, disease, or surgery. Pain affects each individual differently and can keep you from being active, sleeping well, enjoying family and friends, healing, and affect even your appetite. Our goals of
interventional pain management are to relieve, reduce, or manage pain symptoms, restore function, and improve quality of life through minimally invasive techniques specifically designed to treat these painful conditions. Believing in the multidisciplinary approach, our certified pain management provider thoroughly evaluates each patient, then works directly with the primary providers and ancillary staff to individualize pharmacologic and therapeutic treatment for each patient. With this collaboration, non-invasive and conservative modalities are pursued first until those modalities become ineffective or fail.

Conditions We Treat
· Acute and chronic neck and back pain from disc, joint, muscle or ligament disease
· Neuropathic pain
· Post-laminectomy syndrome
· Developmental and acquired spinal conditions
· Abdominal and pelvic pain
· Headaches
· Complex regional pain syndromes
· Arthritic pain
· Cancer pain
· SI Joint (sacroiliac joint)

Treatment Types
· Epidural steroid injections
· SI Joint injections
· Facet injections
· Medial Branch Nerve blocks
· Radio Frequency Ablation (RFA)
· Genicular Nerve blocks and RFA
· Lumbar sympathetic block
· Peripheral nerve blocks, including (but not limited to) genitofemoral, inguinal, TAP, and Rectus
Abdominal Sheath
· Stellate and sphenopalatine ganglion blocks
· Trigger Point injections
· Bursa injections
· Dry Needling

About Vikki Gambrill
Vikki Gambrill, CRNA, NSPM-C, grew up in a small rural farming community in south central Kansas and received her Bachelor's degree in Nursing from the University of Kansas in 1995.
After working in the critical care setting for over 4 years, she decided to pursue her Master's in
Nursing and obtained her degree in 2001. Vikki has worked as a CRNA for over 18 years and has a comprehensive anesthesia experience in a variety of settings. She originally began providing limited pain management services in the fall of 2014. Since then, she has completed her two year pain externship and has expanded her treatment options to make it the Pain Clinic it is today. She is currently 1 of only 51 people in the nation to have received certification in non-surgical pain management as a CRNA. By receiving this certification her commitment to promoting patient safety and lifelong provider learning in the field of pain management is evident.