Endoscopic spine surgery is a minimally invasive spine procedure that uses specialized video cameras and instruments to gain access to the damaged area of the spine. The procedure results in less pain, faster recovery and a reduced risk of complications.
Percutaneous discectomy involves removal of the herniated disc material through a very small cut made in the skin. Your surgeon can remove the disc tissue by either: cutting the disc out, suctioning out the central portion of the disc, and burning down the disc with a laser.
Radiofrequency ablation (RFA) also called rhizotomy or neurotomy is a novel non-surgical technique which employs radiofrequency waves to produce heat that damages the nerves transmitting pain signals to the brain.
Spinal Intervention provides treatment for patients with spine- and nerve-related painful conditions through an interventional approach. The most common spinal interventions for pain include epidurals, diagnostic facet interventions.
Musculoskeletal ultrasound involves the use of high-frequency sound waves to image soft tissues and bony structures for evaluation and management of joint and soft tissue disorders. Generally, any kind of injury or pain that involves tendons, ligaments, muscles, joints
Methylene blue is a low-molecular weight chemical dye that possesses anti-inflammatory properties. It is used to treat irritated intervertebral discs and is effective in minimizing and treating discogenic (involving one or more intervertebral discs) low back pain.