Logan Health Wellness & Pain Management in Helena offers cutting-edge, minimally invasive interventional techniques, and holistic and comprehensive treatments to deliver the best possible care to people with chronic pain.
About Dr. Katrina Lewis
She is passionate about the future of integrative medicine and especially natural regenerative options, to finally be one of the main answers to good health and longevity. She practices with knowledge, skill, integrity and above all else, true compassion for her patients.
Dr. Katrina Lewis is an expert in both fluoroscopically and ultrasound guided interventional pain procedures. She treats spine pain of all kinds including stenosis, facet joint pain, disc pain. Procedures include epidurals, selective nerve blocks, sympathetic plexus blocks, radio frequency and spinal cord stimulators. She treats every kind of pain including certain headache syndromes, neuropathies, CRPS and pelvic pain.
She also has extensive experience with regenerative medicine including PRP ( platelet enriched plasma) and ozone prolotherapy for tendon, ligament, muscle, cartilage and joint pain. Dr. Lewis is also one of the few pain physicians in Montana who is an expert in COOLIEF cooled radio frequency for hip, knee, shoulder and sacroiliac pain.
Dr. Lewis is one of the few pain physicians in the state who treats certain types of pelvic and headache pain syndromes, and can treat specific nerve pain issues with peripheral nerve stimulators.
- PRP (platelet enriched plasma) injections
- Cooled radiofrequency ablations
- Spinal cord stimulators
- Peripheral nerve stimulators
- Nerve blocks
- Sympathetic Plexus Blocks
- Hydrodissection of scar tissue and facial pain areas
- Sacroiliac joint injections
- Sacroiliac, shoulder, hip, and knee pain
- Headache syndromes
- Pelvic pain
- Tendon, muscle, fascia and joint injuries
- Degenerative conditions
- Spine pain
- Post Herpetic Neuralgia
- Post Surgical Pain Syndromes
- Sports Injuries
- Certain types of cancer pain
- Piriformis syndrome
- Nerve Entrapment syndrome