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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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    Minimally Invasive Treatment of #Vertebral Compression Fractures: Vertebral Augmentation Implant, #Kyphoplasty, #Vertebroplasty Written by dr lalit bhardwaj neurosurgeon, dr sanjay sharma interventional pain physician from apex hospital neurosurgery and pain medicine department jaipur, india. Spinal compression fractures may be treated with surgery. Vertebral Augmentation Implant, Kyphoplasty, and Vertebroplasty are three minimally invasive treatments for thoracic and lumbar spinal compression fractures. These procedures use bone cement. A newer type of vertebral augmentation system is now performed that is different from vertebroplasty and kyphoplasty. This minimally invasive treatment for thoracic and lumbar spinal compression fractures utilizes a continuous loop-like spinal implant. Like other procedures, it is performed using image-guidance. During the percutaneous (through the skin) procedure, the implant is delivered through a small, single incision. After the implant is in place, bone cement is injected and the implant is removed. Kyphoplasty During kyphoplasty, also called balloon kyphoplasty, a thin tube is inserted into the collapsed vertebra. Attached to the tube is a small balloon that, when inflated, moves the broken bone creating a space. The balloon is removed and the space is filled with thick liquid bone cement. Balloon kyphoplasty can relieve pain and stabilizes the compression spinal fracture. In addition, kyphoplasty may also restore vertebral height thus reducing spinal deformity. Vertebroplasty During vertebroplasty, the cement is injected into the collapsed vertebrae. The bone cement rapidly hardens and stabilizes the fracture. Vertebroplasty can help to relieve pain and may strengthen other vertebrae that are weak but not fractured. Kyphoplasty and vertebroplasty are peformed using thin tubes (called cannulas). A cannula is passed through the skin and into the vertebral body. The patient usually goes home the same day. Some patients may stay overnight in the hospital. The small incision(s) where the cannula(s) was inserted often do not require stitches. Vertebral Augmentation Implant, Kyphoplasty and Vertebroplasty These procedures may decrease or eliminate pain associated with a thoracic or lumbar vertebral compression fracture. With kyphoplasty or vertebroplasty, there is a risk of bone cement migrating out of place (called extravasation). As with any surgical procedure, there are risks such as infection.Your interventional physician or surgeon will explain each procedure's benefits and risks.
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