Pinched nerves cause many common pain issues including sciatica, chronic headaches, and carpal tunnel syndrome. IgniteRx Medical & Fitness in Temecula offers nerve hydrodissection treatment, which is defined as the application of gentle fluid pressure through the conduit of a needle to open the space around the nerve. The injection of fluid around the nerve can permanently separate fascial layers, muscles or adhesions from the nerve.
This decompresses the nerve and enables the nerve to move freely and receive its vital blood flow, to provide long-lasting relief from pain. Call our IgniteRx Medical & Fitness office in Temecula to talk to a medical expert about the benefits of nerve hydrodissection today!
No longer does a patient suffering from sciatica need to take muscle relaxants or run to the emergency room to experience the pain relief that they deserve in Temecula. The nerve hydrodissection treatment is ideal for patients in Temecula with any form of pain. The advanced ultrasound technology in Temecula we use allows us to see the nerves more clearly than any other imaging modality available. The state-of-the-art equipment used by IgniteRx Medical & Fitness in Temecula allows us to provide a precise diagnosis and treatment.
Nerve hydrodissection can be used to treat: Chronic pain, whiplash, muscle spasm, carpal tunnel syndrome, sciatica, ulnar tunnel syndrome, migraines, numbness in the fingers or toes, nerve damage or impingement, pain in the ribs or intercostal muscles. Contact our health experts at IgniteRx Medical & Fitness in Temecula today to schedule an appointment for a hydrodissection treatment!
The treatment takes 15 minutes.
Side effects of the hydrodissection treatment are limited. There is a small chance of bruising or infection with any injection.
You should be able to feel significant pain relief immediately following the treatment by IgniteRx Medical & Fitness professionals in Temecula.
The hydrodissection solution is 80 percent saline, 10 percent lidocaine, and 10 percent dextrose. Saline serves to release the nerve from the site of compression; lidocaine decreases the pain of the injection and dextrose calms the nerve receptors that send the pain signal to the brain. Together, this solution works to release tension in and around the nerve and reduce pain.