Interventional Pain Management ? Trigger point injections, intra-articular knee injection, small, medium and large joint injections, greater trochanteric bursa injections, subacromial bursa injections, greater and lesser occipital nerve blocks, MyACT therapy for trigger points, Sacroiliac joint injections, short term medication management, Quteza therapy for PHN, IDDS pump refills, management of neurostimulators.
Board Certified Physician Assistant
Sarah Goble trained as a Physician Assistant at Midwestern University in Arizona with 16 months of clinical training. She has been in practice with Dr. Daniel Nelson since 2012, where she was trained on proper techniques on injection therapies, IDDS systems and neurostimulators. They prefer a team approach when treating their patients for primarily low back pain and post-laminectomy patients. They do see a variety of chronic pain patients ranging from chronic knee pain, CRPS, to chronic pancreatitis.
I'm your healthcare partner; I will work with you to help you understand the available options in pain management to help take your pain down from miserable to manageable. I cannot guarantee you a pain free life, but I can strive to achieve a better life for you. My goal is to educate you on your options so we can make the best decision together. I will take the time to understand you so my care can be personalized, compassionate and delivered in a truthful and understanding manner.
My father is an internist, my grandfather was an ER physician and my maternal aunt is an RN. It felt natural to pursue a career in the healthcare industry growing up surrounded by those who are also involved in healthcare. I felt that I could better serve my patients and family as a Physician Assistant. I find great joy in helping others achieve their pain goals. I enjoy living in Washington, due to the beautiful scenery and the vast supply of trails to hike on. I enjoy spending time with family and striving to improve my knowledge base for the benefit of my patients.