Editor-in-Chief: Kenneth D. Candido, MD

Interventional Pain Management Reports (IPM Reports) is an open access electronic publication of The American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians and a Clinical Companion Journal to Pain Physician.

IPM Reports is a peer-reviewed, multi-disciplinary, open access journal written by and directed to an audience of interventional pain physicians, clinicians and basic scientists with an interest in interventional pain management and pain medicine.

IPM Reports presents the latest studies, research, and information vital to those in the emerging specialty of interventional pain management – and critical to the people they serve.


Current issue highlights: (November 2018, Volume 2, Issue 6)

  1. Quadratus Lumborum Block for Back Pain Related to Pancreatic Cancer – A Report of Two Cases
    Case Reports
    Uri Hochberg, MD, Amir Minerbi, MD, PhD, Rodrigo Diez Tafur, MD, and Jordi Perez, MD, PhD.
  2. Cervicothoracic Epidural Blood Patch Provides Pain Relief after Failed Lumbar Epidural Blood Patch: A Case Report
    Case Report
    Owais Qureshi, DO, Phillip Suwan, MD, Sachin Bahadur, MBBS, FRCA, and Anterpreet Dua, MBBS.
  3. Epidural Anesthesia to Effectively Manage Pain and Facilitate Rehabilitation in a Pediatric Case of Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
    Case Report
    Goran Tubic, MD.
  4. Diagnosis and Spontaneous Resolution of an Epidural Hematoma in a Patient Presenting after Cervical Epidural Steroid Injection
    Case Report
    Julie Petro, MD, Abbas Asgerally, MD, Thomas Simopoulos, MD, Ivan Urits, MD, and Musa Aner, MD.
  5. Intra-Operative Complication of Lumbar Kyphoplasty Instrumentation in Non-Osteoporotic Patients with Compression Fractures
    Case Report
    Calvin Chen, DO, and Steve M. Aydin, DO.
  6. Inadvertent Spinal Shock during an Intrathecal Drug Delivery System Refill – A Case Report and Troubleshooting Algorithm
    Case Report
    Gaurav Chauhan, MD, Daanish M. Khaja, MD, Joseph M Salama Hanna, MD, and Aman Y. Upadhyay, MD.
  7. Supraorbital Stimulation for the Treatment of Supraorbital Neuralgia: A Complication of Skin Erosion and Lead Extrusion
    Case Report
    David Jacobs, MD, and Dalia Elmofty, MD.