A minimally invasive, image-guided technique targeting basivertebral nerves, alleviating chronic low back pain by disrupting pain signals.
A surgical procedure that permanently connects the sacroiliac joint, reducing pain and improving stability by eliminating joint motion.
A minimally invasive surgical technique for spinal fusion, using a zipper-like device to secure vertebrae together, alleviating pain and promoting stability.
A non-surgical, minimally invasive injection therapy that targets disc-related pain in the spine.
Viscosupplementation therapy for joint lubrication and cushioning.
Electrodes placed near affected nerves deliver mild electrical impulses, disrupting pain signals before reaching the brain, providing relief.
A surgical technique that stabilizes the spine by fusing adjacent vertebrae, alleviating pain and restoring stability through a minimally invasive approach.
A surgical procedure that relieves pressure on spinal nerves by removing small portions of bone or ligament, improving mobility and reducing pain.
Pain relief for sacroiliac joint dysfunction through anti-inflammatory injections.
Lumbar region nerve block alleviating lower extremity pain.
Injections providing relief by treating inflamed facet joints in the spine.
Spinal injections that block the pain signals in your medial nerves.
A systematic approach to prescribing, monitoring, and adjusting medications to optimize treatment effectiveness and patient safety, involving regular consultations, personalized plans, and ongoing assessment of progress.
Anti-inflammatory medication delivered into epidural space to alleviate spinal nerve pain.
Direct administration of muscle-relaxing medication to alleviate localized pain.
Utilizes radiofrequency waves to generate heat, targeting and disrupting specific pain-causing nerves, effectively reducing chronic pain symptoms.
A device implanted under the skin, delivering pain-relieving medication directly to the spinal fluid for continuous relief, reducing systemic side effects, and allowing precise dosage control for improved patient comfort.
Electrical impulses from implanted devices target spinal nerves, disrupting pain signals, alleviating chronic discomfort, and enhancing patients’ quality of life.
An FDA-approved, minimally invasive procedure that implants a small spacer in the spine to alleviate lumbar spinal stenosis symptoms.
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