@jauhar123 | Posted 03 Jun. 2019
Intervention pain management is a more popular and proven medical treatment program. Medical physicians use minimally invasive medical methods to interrupt the nervous system’s transmission of the pain-filled messages from the nerve ends to the brain.
The people who are living with chronic pain, observing for best pain relief. A lot of trial and error is involved in finding a pain treatment that works. Intervention pain management may treat chronic pain patients to cope with their pain.
One of the most regular injections is an epidural steroid injection used for your lumbar spine (low back). This injection sends steroids straight to the nerve root that’s inflamed. Other general injections are facet joint injections, single nerve root blocks, and sacroiliac joint injections.
Electrical stimulation is another kind of neuromodulation. Similar to a pain pump, something gets inserted in your body with electrical stimulation. But with this method, a stimulator is implanted along with an electrical contact to send electrical pulses right to the area that’s causing pain—the spinal cord, nerves, or brain, for instance.
Using x-ray technique and a needle with an electrode at the tip that gets heated, radiofrequency rhizotomy provisionally turns off a nerve’s sense to send pain messages to your brain. Other names for radiofrequency rhizotomy are radiofrequency ablation and neuroablation.
Intrathecal pump implants, also called as pain pumps, provide potent medications straight to the source of your pain. They are the type of neuromodulation—a treatment that sends pain signals to your brain.