Definitions & Symptoms
Neuropathy is a classical term for any disorder affecting any segment of the nervous system. In contemporary usage, a disease involving the cranial nerves or the peripheral or antonomic nervous system.
Neuropathy symptoms typically involve pain and numbness that is frequently described as aching, burning, tingling, electrical and sometimes sensitive to touch and pressure.
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New Technology for Chronic Pain Suffers
Administering ultrasound guided joint, tendon, muscle and cartiladge injections is a non-invasive, non-ionizing interventional pain management modality thats gaining popularity. The option provides direct visualization of soft tissues while offering real-time needle advancements without the risks of radiation. Doctors can diagnose soft tissue areas impacted by pain as they are administering steroid, platelet rich plasma injections. This diagnostic ability allows the provider to target the pain with greater precision. Ultrasound guided joint, tendon, muscle and cartilage injections offer an easier and more effective way to free patients from pain.
* Treatment plans range from less invasive procedures such as Platelet Rich Plasma Injections to more complex procedures such as Kyphoplasty, MILD procedure, Percutaneous Disc Decompression, Spinal Cord Stimulators, and Programmable Medication Pump Implants. Contact us today to schedule an appointment.
Nerve block or regional nerve blockade is any deliberate interruption of signals traveling along a nerve, often for the purpose of pain relief.....
Peripheral nerve stimulation therapy
Peripheral nerve stimulation, is a commonly used approach to treat chronic pain. It involves surgery that places a small electrical device next to one of the peripheral nerves. ...
Percutaneous Spinal Cord Stimulation Therapy
Percutaneous spinal cord stimulation has a clinical benefit in selected patients with chronic neuropathic pain related to failed back surgery syndrome and complex regional pain syndrome ...
Auricular Electrical Percutaneous Neurostimulation Therapy
Auricular Percutaneous Neurovascular Stimulation as a Non Narcotic Tratment Alternative for Acute and Chronic Pain ...
Intrathecal Drug Delivery System Therapy
In intrathecal drug delivery of pain medications are introduced directly to the spinal fluid through a drug delivery system comprised of a pump and catheter....
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Integrated Pain Specialists of Southern California provide an array of services for patients with acute or chronic pain. Each patient is comprehensively evaluated by a physician, and treatment plans are tailored to meet each individuals needs.
Diagnostic studies and medication may be prescribed. Various Intervention procedures may be utilized including less invasive Regenerative Medicine Platelets rich plasma (PRP) therapies and steroid injections to more complex procedures, such as, radiofrequency, neural ablation procedures, peripheral nerve stimulators, percutaneous spinal cord stimulators and programmable medication pump implants.