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Commented on Lysis of Adhesions Overview 10 years ago

Nerves are 300% more likely to be the cause of pain when are restricted by scar tissue.

Site specific catheter placement to inject contrast under fluoroscopy followed by the enzyme hyaluronidase and local anesthetic and steroids can free up the nerve. When hypertonic saline is injected it reduces the swelling of the nerve. Neural flossing or nerve root mobilization exercises are instructed so that the patient can continue the appropriate exercises for extended periods in the home setting. Results are superior to alternative methods as confirmed by multiple prospective randomized studies. There are CPT codes for one day and 3 reinjection alternatives. Medicare and 52 insurance companies approve the procedure. Common indications include failed neck surgery, failed back surgery, spinal stenosis, bulging discs, degenerative disc disease,epidural scarring. Contraindications infection, bleeding issues, syrinx formation, arachnoiditis, arterionenous fistulas,some tumours. Consult with your Board certified and fellowship trained physician that has been trained in doing the procedure. There are continuously new developments and your doctor must keep up to remain currant. Over 1.7 million procedures have been done in 32 countries.

Nerves are 300% more likely to be the cause of pain when are restricted by scar tissue.

Site specific catheter placement to inject contrast under fluoroscopy followed by the enzyme hyaluronidase...

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