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  • A transforaminal epidural steroid injection is a steroid injection into an opening at the side of the spine at the exit point of a specific nerve root (also known as a fo...

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  • Spinal cord stimulation may be considered when other nonoperative or surgical treatments fail to alleviate pain. SCS may be recommended to manage lower back pain, persist...

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  • New cutting-edge treatment options like amniotic membrane Stem Cell Injections may be used to successfully treat patients with knee osteoarthritis, Achilles tendonitis, r...

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  • For patients with pain in their joints caused by bursitis, tendonitis or arthritis, an injection of the steroid triamcinolone can treat the inflammation, which in turn ca...

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  • For Chronic Migraine patients, the FDA has approved a specific dose and injection pattern for BOTOX® treatment—31 injections are given over 7 key areas of the head and...

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  • For patients suffering from chronic arthritis of the knees, hyaluronic acid is utilized to create a barrier between the bones of the joint. Hyaluronic acid injections are...

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  • Unlike medications that circulate throughout your body in your bloodstream, drug delivery therapy releases medication directly into the fluid surrounding your spinal cord...

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  • Pain related to the sacroiliac joint can cause an intense and localized pain in the buttock, leg, hip, groin and/or abdomen. The sacroiliac joint is a large joint in the ...

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  • Radio Frequency ThermoCoagulation is also known as “RFTC”, “Nerve Ablation”, “Rhizotomy” For pain caused by degenerative facet joints in the spine, radio freq...

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  • Pain related to the sciatic nerve is a very common condition. This is due to the compression of the sciatic nerve near the piriformis muscle. This can lead to pain in the...

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  • There are two greater occipital nerves, on each side of the head. Emerging from between bones of the spine in the upper neck, the two occipital nerves make their way thro...

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  • Patients with increasing arthritis in the facet joints and patients with lower back pain can seek diagnosis and treatment with a facet/medial nerve branch block. With a f...

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  • For patients with pain related to their sympathetic nervous system, a lumbar block (also known as a sympathetic block) can diagnose and in some cases relieve pain. This c...

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  • Facet and medial branch blocks are procedures that are typically used in patients who have back pain that is due to arthritic changes in the facet joints or those who hav...

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  • Patients with increasing arthritis in the facet joints and patients with lower back pain can seek diagnosis and treatment with a medial nerve block, administered with an ...

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  • For patients with pain related to their sympathetic nervous system, a stellate ganglion block (also known as a sympathetic block) can diagnose, and in some cases, relieve...

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  • There are several types of Peripheral Nerve Blocks. Therapeutic nerve blocks are used to treat painful conditions. Such nerve blocks contain local anesthetic that can be ...

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  • Kyphoplasty injects special cement into your vertebrae — with the additional step of creating space for the treatment with a balloon-like device. Kyphoplasty can restor...

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  • An epidural steroid injection is a common non-surgical treatment option to help alleviate pain in the upper spine/neck caused by irritated nerves. This choice of treatmen...

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  • Cervical Medial Branch Radio Frequency Ablation is a treatment for a common chronic pain localized in the neck. Chronic neck pain may be a symptom of Cervical Facet Syndr...

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