Technique for Endoscopically-guided Rhizotomy for Axial Back Pain

Axial back pain can arise from the facet joints and degenerative disc disease (DDD) with our without stenosis. Combining endoscopic rhizotomy with disc and foramina decompression has yielded excellent results geared toward decompressing and ablating the pain generator. Response to therapeutic injections help predict the clinic results.

Endoscopically guided Rhizotomy for axial back pain is more effective than pain management’s Flouroscopically guided RF. The R. Wolf scope and cannula is developed specifically for this purpose. Adherence to this technique guide will maximize results.

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