Sacroiliac Endoscopic Rhizotomy
About Sacroiliac Endoscopic Rhizotomy
Sacroiliac joint dysfunction in the sacroiliac joint, also called the SI joint, can sometimes result in lower back and leg pain. Leg pain from sacroiliac joint dysfunction can be extremely acute to recognize from discharging leg pain resulted by a lumbar disc herniation as they can feel quite alike.
Endoscopic Rhizotomy is a minimally invasive endoscopic surgery that lets direct visualization of the medial branch nerve that provides the facet joints in the back of the spine. The surgery takes the percutaneous RF facet denervation process a censorious step further by giving direct endoscopic visualization of the posterior spinal anatomy and nerves. A quarter-of-an-inch incision is made, and a camera is inserted in the spine. By cutting a section of the medial branch nerve, the pain signal is interrupted. By cutting a section of the medial branch nerve, the pain signal is punctuated. This least-invasive process has edge over the pain management’s percutaneous radiofrequency facet ablation procedure, which is done under a fluoroscopic X-ray.
When our spine surgeons do pain evaluation and the nerves with an HD endoscope, he can observe and refresh the nerves so the patient can be free from pain.
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Who needs the Procedure
People suffering from:
- Chronic low back pain
- Muscle contraction
- Pain when leaning backward
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How is it Performed?
A local anesthetic will be given to you. A tiny cut will be made in the skin and muscles of your back near the facet joint of the vertebrae. A 7mm tube is placed into the cut so the surgeon can access the medial branch nerve. An HD camera is placed into the metal tube, which gives the surgeon a high-definition view of the medial branch nerve. Using microscopic instruments, the surgeon will refresh the medial branch nerve. The metal tube is extracted when the nerve is treated. No stitching is required. Just a band-aid would be enough.
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