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Experts in Interventional Pain Management

Chicago Pain Clinic serving clients in the Chicago area for pain management from a renowned pain doctor

Pain Management is a term that describes the diagnostic, interventional treatments and overall monitoring processes used to relieve acute and chronic pain. Effective Pain Management programs involve cooperation between many health care professionals and specialists. This multidisciplinary approach leads to a better, more thorough delivery of care.

Our Loop Medical Center Pain Management team members consist of primary care physicians, various other specialists, allied health professionals and alternative/complementary medicine practitioners. Our goal is simple; we approach our Pain Management with the dedicated care and intention of improving the quality of life in individuals suffering from acute and chronic pain.

If you are looking for a solution to your pain, call our clinic today!


Stellate Ganglion Block

Radio Frequency Nerve Ablation

Injections & Nerve Blocks

Headache Treatments

Spine Fracture Repair


Disc Decompression

Cancer Treatments

Our providers

Dr. Nidal Elbaridi

Dr. Nidal Elbaridi, MD

Beginning as a Physical Therapist, Dr. Elbaridi discovered a passion intreating pain and sports injuries asa former athlete, himself.

This carried into his career as anAnesthesiologist and throughout his medical training from Harvard, where he mastered his specialty ofInterventional Pain Management.

His vision to provide safe and effective treatments for patients became a reality with the founding of Loop Medical Center.

Pain Management Process

Typically, an interventional pain physician establishes a diagnosis through physical examination, review of prior medical history, and evaluation of previous treatments. With this information, a plan of care is established. Further testing may be necessary, such as X-ray, MRI, Ultrasound, or lab work, to determine the best course of action. Treatment options may include physical therapy, medications, injections, minimally invasive surgery or counseling.


1921 S Michigan Ave,
Chicago, IL 60616

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