Finding pain treatment for chronic pain patients can be difficult and time-consuming. Patients are frequently moved between primary care physicians, specialists, and other types of therapists in quest of a solution to their pain issues. Interventional Pain Management (IPM) can be a good option for patients who have tried and failed other treatment options, and it could be the answer chronic pain sufferers are seeking for. Interventional pain management is a treatment that uses pain-blocking strategies to make daily activities easier for patients and effectively restore their quality of life. Treatment options include surgery, electrostimulation, nerve blocks, and implanted drug delivery systems. When pain is severe enough to interfere with everyday activities and other treatments have failed to relieve the discomfort, interventional pain management is employed. Interventional pain management aims to relieve, lessen, or control pain while also improving a patient's overall quality of life by using minimally invasive procedures to diagnose and treat painful disorders.