RFA, a minimally invasive pain relief procedure, allows a swift return to daily activities with reduced discomfort during recovery.
The side effects of medial branch blocks are usually minor and temporary, involving injection site soreness and mild bruising. Serious adverse events are rare.
Sacroiliac (SI) joint injections alleviate pain by delivering medication directly to the SI joint, aiding diagnosis and treatment.
Sacroiliac (SI) joint injections are a minimally invasive procedure to relieve lower back pain and improve joint function.
SI joint injections take less than 30 minutes to complete and may provide immediate pain relief in appropriately selected patients.
SI joint injections may produce transient side effects. The high success rates of SI joint injections make them a key treatment for lower back pain management.
Selective nerve root block injections target specific nerve roots to alleviate pain, aiding in diagnosing and treating spine issues.
Prolotherapy is a treatment for chronic back pain, promoting healing of ligaments and tendons.