Welcome to Colorado Springs Interventional Pain Management. We are dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of chronic and acute pain. Our goal is to provide quick, individualized care and treat our patients like a family member. Interventional Pain Management is committed to providing world class care utilizing a comprehensive approach. Our providers have specialized training to treat even the most difficult cases. As Anesthesiologists, our physicians are comfortable managing narcotic medications and performing many different types of interventional procedures. Schedule an appointment with Interventional Pain Management today and move forward with your life.
Interventional Pain Management is committed to reducing chronic and acute pain through a variety of interventional techniques and medical management.
We are able to use the latest techniques to treat a variety of pain conditions. Interventional Pain Management is able to treat pain that has a single cause or is related to multiple factors.
Interventional Pain Management will taylor a treatment plan to meet your individual needs and reduce your pain. Each patient is different and requires a specialized plan.
Begin the healing process at Interventional Pain Mangement. Chronic pain can reduce patient function, affect work and personal relationships. Interventional Pain Management can help improve your quality of life and reduce pain.
Dr. Malinky is the Chief Medical Officer of Interventional Pain Management. He is originally from Columbus, OH, and completed his medical degree from the Medical University of Ohio in 2002. Dr. Malinky then completed a 4 year Anesthesiology Residency, followed by a Pain Medicine Fellowship at Rush University Center in Chicago, one of the most prestigious fellowships in the country.
Adam moved to Colorado Springs in 1992 as one of the few Colorado Navy families. He attended the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs where he majored in biology with a minor in psychology. During his years in undergraduate studies he worked as a certified nurse assistant (CNA) in home healthcare. It was during this time that he realized the importance of holistic approach to medicine. He graduated from UCCS with a BS in biology and subsequently attended PA school at the University of St Francis in Albuquerque, New Mexico. After graduating in April 2012 with a Master’s of Physician Assistant Studies he moved back to Colorado Springs and began his career at Interventional Pain Management.
Adam sees established patients in the office for medication evaluation and procedure follow up visits. He has received additional training to educate patients on bone health and treatment strategies for osteoporosis. Procedurally, he performs various ultrasound-guided large joint injections, nerve blocks, and refills spinal (morphine) pumps. He also assists the physicians on occasion in the operating room with the spinal cord stimulator and spinal pump implant procedures.
Adam is a member of the American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA), the Colorado Academy of Physician Assistants (CAPA), and the Christian Medical and Dental Associations (CMDA).
Adam enjoys spending time with his wife, living in beautiful Colorado, and serving in local ministries.
Interventional Pain Management provides a wide array of interventional procedures under x-ray guidance and ultrasound guidance. We employ the latest and least invasive techniques. In addition to having surgical privileges at the Penrose and Memorial Hospitals, our providers perform procedures at the Audubon Surgical Center. A unique service to Interventional Pain Management is the completion of our procedure suite with x-ray in our office. This allows our physicians to perform multiple procedures in our office versus a surgical center, and save the patient a significant amount of money.
A list of commonly performed procedures can be found below, however, our providers can perform many other procedures.