Selective Epidural Injections
Selective Nerve Root Blocks
Caudal Adhesionolysis of Scar Tissue
Atlanto-occipital and Atlanto-axial Joint injections
Nucleoplasty Percutaneous Disc Decompression
Trigger Point Injections/Botox Injections
IDET (Intradiscal Electrothermal Annuloplasty)
Spinal Cord Stimulators
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Selective Epidural Injections - This procedure places anti-inflammatory medication into the spine to decrease inflammation of the nerve roots. This treatment is used for spinal stenosis, disk herniation or degenerative disk disease.
Nucleoplasty Percutaneous Disc Decompression - This procedure is used for herniated disks which have not responded to epidural injections. The size of the bulge in the disk is reduced, therefore relieving the pressure inside the disk and on the nerves, thus relieving the symptoms.
Trigger Point Injections/Botox Injections - These can be used to treat
Discography - A procedure used to identify the painful disk. The physician pierces the disk and injects a contrast dye. An X-ray will show if the dye enters the surrounding tissue. This procedure provokes pain in an injured disk providing your physician with information needed for diagnosis disk
IDET (Intradiscal Electrothermal Annuloplasty) - This treatment is used for problems resulting from disks (discogenic pain). After discography is performed to pinpoint the painful disk, high heat is applied directly to the disk, therefore decreasing the pain by various mechanisms.