What is a Pudendal Nerve Block?

The Pudendal Nerve Block is a highly effective non-surgical treatment option for chronic pain. This minimally invasive technique can provide relief for pelvic pain and reduce pain signals from the nerve bundle. Patients with systemic conditions such as diabetes and multiple sclerosis can also benefit from this pain management procedure.

Am I a candidate for Pudendal Nerve Block?

You may be a suitable candidate for Pudendal Nerve Block if you are experiencing tailbone, pelvic, or genital pain. Additionally, this treatment may be recommended if you are suffering from cancer pain or persistent post-abdominal surgery pain. The pain may present in various forms such as stinging, burning, stabbing, aching, knifelike, irritation, cramping, spasm, tightness, crawling on the skin, twisting, pins and needles, numbness, and hypersensitivity. The initial constriction of the nerve is often due to pressure or trauma, and stretching or rubbing of the pudendal nerve can also cause pudendal nerve entrapment.


  • Tail Bone Pain
  • Pelvic Pain
  • Genital Pain


  • Persistent Post Abdominal Surgery Pain
  • Cancer Pain