Intervention Plus Pain Clinic

250 871-1173

250 871-1946


Intervention Plus Pain


250 871-1173

250 871-1946

About Dr Fehlau





At Intervention Plus Pain Clinic, we believe that the treatment should match the problem.

We always begin by establishing the correct diagnosis.



Our approach to pain management includes the following

Trigger Point Injections

Trigger points are small tight areas within a tight muscle and are located usually within muscles but can also occur within ligaments, near bones and non-muscular facial tissues.

Perineural Injection Technique

Perineural Injection Therapy (PIT) is a proven safe, effective treatment for patients who may not be candidates for joint replacement surgery or biologic options such as stem cell injections or PRP. Perineural injection therapy treats inflamed and injured nerves.


Acupuncture involves the insertion of very thin needles through your skin at strategic points on your body. A key component of traditional Chinese medicine, acupuncture is most commonly used to treat pain.

Nerve Block Injections

I am constantly learning more about different nerve block injections since I got my ultrasound machine.


Prolotherapy is a regenerative injection procedure. This means that is helps to regenerate damaged tissue. This injection treatment is a safe non-surgical approach for chronic injuries, pain and arthritis using injections to stimulate healing and repair of damaged tissue.

PRP Prolotherapy

PRP Prolotherapy is a regenerative injection procedure very related to regular Prolotherapy. This means that is helps to regenerate damaged tissue. This injection treatment is a safe non-surgical approach for chronic injuries, pain and arthritis using injections to stimulate healing and repair of damaged tissue.


Nutrition is also very important part of your health. We really are what we eat! If you eat JUNK you ARE JUNK. It is pretty confusing nowadays though about what to eat – lots of conflicting data that I also am constantly looking at and reading about.


Sleep is very important. Studies have shown both that pain decreases healthy patterns and cycles of sleep but also poor sleep causes pains – especially diffuse pains.