- Single insertion allows medication injection and removal of adhesive areas
- Radiation impermeable material makes easier to check the location of catheter insertion
- Tensile spring guide catheter
Epidural Adhesiolysis or Decompressive Neuroplasty
1. Chronic back pain patients and disc pain patients
2. A mild case of spinal stenosis
3. Pain is not severe enough to operate, but still persists
4. Patients need surgery, but do not have spare time
5. Nonanesthesia-free disc patients
6. Patients with persistent postoperative pain
7. Patients with persistent pain even after medication, physical therapy, and neuroblocking
8. Seniors or patients who have difficulty operating due to comorbidity such as high blood pressure and diabetes
1. Short treatment time(about 20 mins) leads fast return to daily life
2. No scars and no bleeding, no blood transfusions required
3. Use of a special catheter(about 1mm) leads less damage to normal tissue
4. Less pain during or after treatment
5. Minimally invasive surgery under local anesthesia
6. Repetitive treatments are available at any time
1. Partially anesthetize areas with lesions, such as the patient's tailbone or neck.
2. Insert a special catheter(about 1mm) with radiation image amplification device.
3. Check for inflammation or nerve adhesion area that causes pain.
4. Remove the extra tissue or inject medication to down the swelling and treat inflammation.
Total Length (mm)
Catheter Diameter (Ø)
Epidural needle length (mm)
Epidural needle diameter (Ø)
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