Cash Pricing

Cash Pricing

Desert Spine and Sports Physicians offers cash pricing for selected services. Full payment must be made in advance of receiving services. These services are not billable to health insurance. Additionally, these services are not applicable to your deductible. We accept cash, checks and most major credit cards.

Office Visits:

In Office Consult: $250
In Office Follow Up: $125
Telemedicine Consult: $200
Telemedicine Follow Up: $75
Electrodiagnostic Testing: $400

Regenerative Injections:

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP): $800 (one side), $1600 (both sides)
Prolotherapy: $400-675 per session (ask Provider directly)

Spine Procedures:

(*note all under Fluoroscopy)

Epidural Injections:

Interlaminar Epidural Steroid Injection: $500
Transforaminal Epidural Steroid Injection: $500
Selective Nerve Root Block: $500

Facet Procedures:

Steroid Injection (C1-2 or Cervical/Thoracic/Lumbar Facets): $500
Medial Branch Block – 1st & 2nd levels: $500 (one side or both sides)
Medial Branch Block – add 3rd level: $75 (one side), $150 (both sides)
Radiofrequency Ablation – 1st & 2nd levels: $600 (one side), $1000 (both sides)
Radiofrequency Ablation – add 3rd level: $125 (one side), $250 (both sides)

Sacrum and Coccyx Procedures:

Sacroiliac Joint Steroid Injection: $300 (one side), $450 (both sides)
Sacroiliac Joint Lateral Branch Block: $575 (one side), $650 (both sides)
Sacroiliac Joint Lateral Branch Ablation: $725 (one side), $1250 (both sides)
Sacro-coccygeal Joint Injection: $300
Sacro-coccygeal Joint Injection with Impar Block: $400
Impar Block: $300

Advanced Procedures:

Kyphoplasty: $7500
Spinal Cord Stimulator Trial: $2500


Bertolotti Pseudoarticulation Injection: $300 (one side), $450 (both sides)
Blood Patch: $500
Conscious Sedation (Versed): $75

Joint/ Tendon/Muscle/Peripheral Nerve Injections:

Carpal Tunnel:

Ultrasound, $200 (one side), $300 (both sides)

CMC Joint (Thumb Joint):

Ultrasound, $200 (one side), $300 (both sides)

De Quervain’s:

Ultrasound, $200 (one side), $300 (both sides)


Elbow Joint:

Ultrasound, $200 (one side), $300 (both sides)
Fluoroscopy, $300 (one side), $450 (both sides)

Lateral/Medial Epicondyle (Wrist Extensor/Wrist Flexor Tendons):

Ultrasound, $200 (one side), $300 (both sides)


Hip Joint:

Ultrasound, $200 (one side), $300 (both sides)
Fluoroscopy, $300 (one side), $450 (both sides)

Greater Trochanter (Bursa/Gluteal Tendon):

Ultrasound, $200 (one side), $300 (both sides)

Iliopsoas (Hip Flexor Tendon):

Ultrasound, $200 (one side), $300 (both sides)
Fluoroscopy, $300 (one side), $450 (both sides)

Intercostal Nerve Block:

Fluoroscopy, $400


Knee Joint:

Steroid, Ultrasound, $200 (one side), $300 (both sides)
Viscosupplementation, Ultrasound, $200 (one side), $300 (both sides) plus $100 per syringe of medication

Genicular Nerve:

Block, Fluoroscopy, $400 (one side), $600 (both sides)
Ablation, Fluoroscopy, $500 (one side), $750 (both sides)

Lateral Femoral Cutaneous Nerve Block:

Ultrasound, $200 (one side), $300 (both sides)

Occipital Nerve Block:

$100 (one side), $150 (both sides)

Plantar Fascia:

Ultrasound, $200 (one side), $300 (both sides)


Ultrasound, $200 (one side), $300 (both sides)
Fluoroscopy, $300 (one side), $450 (both sides)

Pubic Symphysis:

Fluoroscopy, $300


Subacromial (Rotator Cuff):
Ultrasound, $200 (one side), $300 (both sides)

Glenohumeral (Shoulder Joint):
Fluoroscopy, $300 (one side), $450 (both sides)

Sympathetic Nerve Blocks:

Stellate Ganglion/Cervical, Fluoroscopy, $600
Lumbar, Fluoroscopy, $500

Trigger Finger:

Ultrasound, $200 (one), $300 (two)

Trigger Point:

1-2 muscle groups: $100
3+ muscle groups: $150

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We are here for you at DSSP. We continue to offer Telehealth visits in addition to in-office appointments for evaluation and management of your pain complaints. In accordance with the new CDC guidelines regarding indoor mask use being optional based on the COVID-19 community level in Maricopa, it is now optional to wear a mask at DSSP. If you are sick, at-risk, or live with an at-risk individual, we encourage you to wear a mask. Additionally, if any patient prefers their provider to wear a mask, we will gladly continue wearing our masks during your in-person appointment.