Ganglion Impar Block
A ganglion of impar block is simple procedure performed at pain clinics in Tennessee which is safe and easy, used to treat pain in the pelvic, genital, anal, visceral, and perineal areas. This is an injection that can be used as a sympathetic block, meant to treat sympathetically mediated pain, neuropathic pain, or […]
Ganglion Impar Block
What are facet injections?
Facet injections of medications into the facet joints of your body. The facet joints are those located in between the vertebrae in your spine, running from your neck all the way to your tailbone. These joints allow each of your vertebrae to move against the ones above and below it.
What is the […]
A violent injury can cause damage to a disc in your body but problems with discs are typically brought about by everyday activities and the normal aging process. Lifting a heavy object in the wrong way, stretching too hard while playing tennis, or slipping and falling on icy sidewalk can all bring about damage to […]
Headaches involved tension in the head generally brought about by pressure inside of your brain against the scope and the surrounding fluids. Serious headaches are referred to as migraines. Migraines are hereditary and four out of five people who suffer from migraines have a history of it in their family. It’s just one parent has […]
What is Thoracic Outlet Syndrome (TOS)?
Thoracic Outlet Syndrome (TOS) is a condition that involves compression at the superior thoracic outlet that happens due to pressure placed on excess pressure placed on the neurovascular bundle that passes between the anterior and middle scalene muscles.
There are three types of thoracic outlet syndrome depending on what structure is […]
What is Refractory Angina?
Approximately one million people in United States have chronic symptomatic coronary artery disease, mostly referred to as refractory angina. Refractory angina is a chronic condition that is characterized by the presence of angina resulting from insufficiency of coronary in the presence of coronary artery disease. The condition cannot be controlled by angioplasty, […]