When Do People Have Cervical Facet Joint Denervation Injections?
If you are going to have a cervical facet joint injection, to act as a way of blocking pain signals being transferred from the nerves in the cervical area then it is likely that…Read more
Medicolegal Services at Spinal Healthcare
Medicolegal services are often assumed to be about medical malpractice or medical negligence, but in fact there are many cases involving a personal injury claim, where the individual is suing another individual or company on…Read more
Ischiogluteal Bursitis (Truly A Pain In The Bottom): Diagnostic Issues
Ischiogluteal bursitis is often referred to as being a classic case of a pain in the bottom. The pain is experienced in the bottom and is often caused by having sat in the one position…Read more
Functional Restoration Programmes for Lower Back Pain
The term ‘functional restoration programme’ is a very clinical terms for a programme that is actually not clinical in its nature; it is completely patient focussed! Perhaps it would be more accurate to describe the programme…Read more
Why Is Surgery Not A Conservative Treatment for a Prolapsed Disc?
Why Is Surgery Not A Conservative Treatment for a Prolapsed Disc? When someone has a prolapsed disc, which can also be referred to as a disc prolapsed, is without a shadow of doubt, a very…Read more
Piriformis Syndrome: Avoid Self Help Stretching and Techniques
Piriformis syndrome is a painful condition that causes pain, literally in the buttocks, which then tends to transfer down the legs. It is often caused by sitting on a hard surface for too long; cycling can…Read more
Piriformis Syndrome: Misdiagnosis and A Positive Outcome
Piriformis syndrome is a painful condition that tends to start in the bottom (to be precise, the buttocks) but sometimes it can start in the pelvis as well, especially if there has been some kind…Read more
Cervical Facet Joint Injections: What Are They?
Sometimes simple procedures can have very complex names or the name of the procedure gives little indication of what the procedure actually entails. Cervical facet joint injections are actually quite straightforward and as the name…Read more
Having An MRI Scan For Neck Pain: Anxiety and Claustrophobia
An MRI scan is a very routine, safe and non-invasive procedure that is simply used to diagnose certain neck conditions that will simply not show up in an X Ray or even a CT scan. So…Read more
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