Peripheral Neuropathy Symptoms Relieved Davis
When you originally presented to the officeyou presented with very very intense peripheral neuropathy pain in the lower legs and feet.How have you been responding to our peripheral neuropathy treatments, and how do you feeltoday? Today I feel real good, when I first started i couldn't feel a thing under thebottom of my feet. I couldn't feel the carpet, now I can walk on my carpet at home and ifthere are any crumbs I can feel those and find them. Before I couldn't feel them. Asfar as my legs go I had it felt like there were thousands of needles jabbing them. Nowthat is gone and I have a little pain once in a while but nothing like before. I can,I have little unbalances still walking, but
otherwise I feel 100% better than I did whenI came in here. Well congratulations on your results and we're very proud to have you hereas a patient. Oh well I'm glad you could do something for me. Thank you.
A new treatment for knee osteoarthritis with a funny name G Block
A new treatment for knee osteoarthritis witha funny name G block for knee osteoarthritis?Although surgery is generally effective for patients with advanced osteoarthritis of theknee, individuals with multiple medical conditions may not be appropriate surgical candidates.In patients who have failed traditional therapies, radiofrequency (RF) neurotomy might be a minimallyinvasive treatment with low risk of complications. This procedure is based on a theory that blockingthe nerve supply to a painful area may alleviate pain and restore function. Several nervescan be approached with a needle under fluoroscopic guidance. Patients can get a diagnostic nerveblock to determine if this will provide adequate
relief. Since the purpose is to block thegenicular nerves, it is called a G block. Not a G spot or G string. a G block. Comment: This seem to be a safe, effective,and minimally invasive procedure for chronic knee OA patients. The procedure can also berepeated if necessary when nerves regenerate. Unfortunately, it does nothing to regrow cartilage.