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    Radio frequency neurotomy genicular nerve-knee pain treatment dr sanjay sharma a well known name as pain physician in india, with vast experience in knee pain management with non surgical option, his main intention to avoid unwanted surgery adopt to relieve knee pain.#avoid knee replacement. how this technique is best alternative to surgery?Radiofrequency Ablation of the Genicular Nerves of the Knee What is Radiofrequency Ablation of the Genicular Nerves of the Knee? Osteoarthritis (OA) is a common cause of knee pain. The pain signal is carried from the knee to the brain/central nervous system via the genicular nerves of the knee. Radiofrequency ablation is when heat is applied to these nerves. What is the purpose of Radiofrequency Ablation of the Genicular Nerves of the Knee? Radiofrequency Ablation of the Genicular Nerves of the Knee interrupts the nerves ability to carry the pain signal to the brain. The effects last until the nerve regrows which can be anywhere from 6 months to 2 years. How is Radiofrequency Ablation of the Genicular Nerves of the Knee performed? This procedure is completed in the operating theatre. You will be given medication to make you drowsy (not a general anaesthetic). Three special needles are placed into position along the pathway of the nerve. Two needles are placed above the knee and one below. The placement of these needles is guided by x-ray. Testing occurs to confirm the needles are close to the nerve and then the area is numbed using local anaesthetic. The needles are then used to heat up the nerve preventing it from passing the pain signal. What happens after the procedure? Your usual pain will improve almost immediately but there will be some discomfort where the nerves have been heated. This can last for a few weeks and can be reduced with cold packs and simple medications such as panadol. Will I damage my knee more if I can't feel the joint? The pain signals from the joint in persistent pain no longer have a helpful role and reducing these signals will not alter the Osteoarthritis in the joint.
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    what is platelet rich plasma treatment for knee pain? dr sanjay sharma interventional pain physician from JPRC SPINE& JOINT CARE JAIPUR with his expert view in orthobiological science treatment for knee osteoarthritis. #Platelet rich plasma (PRP) injections are a hot topic in many medicine specialties. In #pain medicine, many patients are interested in it’s ability to decrease the #knee pain associated with osteoarthritis. Interest is especially high for patients who are searching for ways to delay a knee replacement. Many patients are wondering if it can benefit their specific circumstances and help them return to an active lifestyle. Dr. sanjay sharma says knee preservation and cartilage restoration specialist makes PRP knee injections available to aid in pain relief for his patients with mild to moderate osteoarthritis. Here he answers common questions about #PRP injections. What is platelet rich plasma? Blood is composed of a fluid component called plasma that can be separated from the small, solid components (red cells, white cells and platelets). PRP simply means the prepared plasma has more platelets per volume than the patient’s own whole blood. The concentration of platelets can be two to ten times greater (or richer) than the patient’s blood and thus more factors. During tissue injury the platelets aid in clotting blood and as the “first responders” to injury, they contain over 1, 500 proteins including anti-inflammatory and growth factors. These factors aid in initiating the healing response at a site of injury and when used as a knee injection can improve the balance of the inflamed knee environment. What are PRP injections? To prepare PRP injections, blood is drawn from the patient. The platelets are separated from other blood cells and are concentrated by spinning at high speeds in a centrifuge. The concentrated platelets and the plasma portion are then ready for injection. There are many ways to prepare PRP. Dr. sanjay sharma says This type of PRP has been shown in studies to diminish symptoms of knee arthritis and is administered in the same manner as other knee injections with local skin numbing What are the benefits? Are there unfavorable reactions? Potential reduced knee pain without surgery Potential improved joint function Side effects to PRP injections are very limited as the patient is using products from their own blood, which they should not unfavorably react *Am I a candidate for PRP injections? *Osteoarthritis pain in the knee, which affects your daily activity *Some joint space remains (not bone on bone) *The pain is more from the inflamed soft tissues than bone pain Other conservative treatment such a physical therapy, bracing, anti-inflammatory medications corticosteroid injections have failed *What happens after my injection? You may return to usual activity, but certainly do not “over do it”.
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    Learn About Pain Treatment - Pain Management We want everyone who visits this site to know exactly what to expect before they go in for treatment. Pain treatment education is a key component to JPRC spine& joint centre, where Pain SUFFERER or patients. will get a definitive approach towards Minimally invasive procedures , undoubtedly they are a vital part of interventional pain management and can be found in the Pain Treatments section. On JPRC, , you will find an in-depth article.to enrich your knowledge, most of people and even medical doctor only have opinion about interventional pain management is as just simply giving a diagnostic or therapeutic blocks.poking steroid injection should not be considered as main event of pain management. we are best Spine Centre in Jaipur, with our Neurosurgery and pain management team doctors , doing all basic and advance interventional surgical procedures at our JPRC Spine centre jaipur. *Biofeedback *Botox Injections *Complementary and Alternative Medicines *Comprehensive Pain Management *End of Life Pain Management *Epidural Blood Patch *IntraDiscal Electrothermal Therapy *Intrathecal Pump Implants *Ketamine For Pain Management *Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy (PRP Therapy) *Platelet, Or Plasma, Rich Protein Injections Regenerative Medicine *Relaxation and Guided Imagery *TENS Unit Therapy what are Interventional Procedures ? Botox for Headaches Caudal Steroid Injection Celiac Plexus Block Cervical Facet Radiofrequency Neurotomy Cervical Steroid Injection Cluneal Nerve Blocks Coccygeal Nerve Blocks Continuous Catheter Nerve Block Disc Denervation Discography Dorsal Root Ganglion Stimulation – DRG Stimulation Epidural Steroid Injection Epidurolysis Facet Joint Injections Facet Joint Injections And Medial Branch Blocks Failed Back Surgery Syndrome - Post Laminectomy Syndrome Ganglion Impar Block Hip Injection Intra-articular Peripheral Joint Injections Intra-Articular Steroid Injection Joint Injections Knee Joint Injections Lumbar Epidural Steroid Injection Lumbar Facet Block Lumbar Medial Branch Block Lumbar Spondylosis Radiofrequency Ablation[RFA] Lumbar Sympathetic Block Lysis of Adhesions[adhesionolysis] Medial Branch Block Occipital Nerve Block Percutaneous Discectomy Peripheral Nerve Field Stimulation Posterior Facet Block - Rhizotomy Posterior Superior Iliac Spine Blocks - Ablations Radio Frequency Lesioning Radiofrequency Ablation Sacral Nerve Stimulation - SNS Sacroiliac Joint Injections Sciatic Nerve Block Selective Nerve Root Blocks Sphenopalatine Ganglion Block Spinal Cord Stimulation Spinal Disc Decompression Splanchnic Nerve Block Stellate Ganglion Block Superior Hypogastric Plexus Block Sympathetic Nerve Blocks Trigger Point Injections Trochanteral Bursal Injections Vertebroplasty kyphoplasty endoscopic surgery[minimal invasive] Pain Medications; 1-Antidepressants For Pain 2-Long Term Opioid Use 3-Muscle Relaxants 4-Muscle Relaxants For Pain Management 5-Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs, NSAIDs 6-Opioid Medications 7-Opioid Uses For Chronic Pain 8-Steroid Medications
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    What Causes Neck Pain? dr sanjay sharma interventional pain physician says Your neck is made up of vertebrae that extend from the skull to the upper torso. Cervical discs absorb shock between the bones. The bones, ligaments, and muscles of your neck support your head and allow for motion. Any abnormalities, inflammation, or injury can cause neck pain or stiffness. Many people experience neck pain or stiffness occasionally. In many cases, it’s due to poor posture or overuse. Sometimes, neck pain is caused by injury from a fall, contact sports, or whiplash. Most of the time, neck pain isn’t a serious condition and can be relieved within a few days. But in some cases, neck pain can indicate serious injury or illness and require a doctor’s care. If you have neck pain that continues for more than a week, is severe, or is accompanied by other symptoms, seek medical attention immediately. Causes of neck pain Neck pain or stiffness can happen for a variety of reasons.depend on pathology. Muscle tension and strain This is usually due to activities and behaviors such as: poor posture working at a desk for too long without changing position sleeping with your neck in a bad position jerking your neck during exercise Injury The neck is particularly vulnerable to injury, especially in falls, car accidents, and sports, where the muscles and ligaments of the neck are forced to move outside of their normal range. If the neck bones (cervical vertebrae) are fractured, the spinal cord may also be damaged. Neck injury due to sudden jerking of the head is commonly called whiplash. Heart attack Neck pain can also be a symptom of a heart attack, but it often presents with other symptoms of a heart attack, such as: shortness of breath sweating nausea vomiting arm or jaw pain If your neck hurts and you have other symptoms of heart attack, call an ambulance or go to the emergency room immediately. Meningitis Meningitis is an inflammation of the thin tissue that surrounds the brain and spinal cord. In people who have meningitis, a fever and a headache often occur with a stiff neck. Meningitis can be fatal and is a medical emergency. If you have the symptoms of meningitis, seek help immediately. Other causes Other causes include the following: Rheumatoid arthritis causes pain, swelling of the joints, and bone spurs. When these occur in the neck area, neck pain can result. Osteoporosis weakens bones and can lead to small fractures. This condition often happens in hands or knees, but it can also occur in the neck. Fibromyalgia is a condition that causes muscle pain throughout the body, especially in the neck and shoulder region. As you age, the cervical discs can degenerate. This is known as spondylosis, or osteoarthritis of the neck. This can narrow the space between the vertebrae. It also adds stress to your joints. When a disk protrudes, as from a trauma or injury, it may add pressure on the spinal cord or nerve roots. This is called a herniated cervical disk, also known as a ruptured or slipped disk. Spinal stenosis occurs when the spinal column narrows and causes pressure on the spinal cord or the nerve roots as it exits the vertebrae. This can be due to long-term inflammation caused by arthritis or other conditions. In rare instances, neck stiffness or pain occurs due to: congenital abnormalities infections abscesses tumors cancer of the spine When to see your doctor If symptoms persist for more than a week, consult with your doctor. You should also see a doctor if you have: severe neck pain without apparent cause lump in your neck fever headache swollen glands nausea vomiting trouble swallowing or breathing weakness numbness tingling pain that radiates down your arms or legs inability to move your arms or hands inability to touch your chin to your chest bladder or bowel dysfunction If you’ve been in an accident or fall and your neck hurts, seek medical care immediately.
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