Pain Procedures in Clinical Practice
Ted A. Lennard
Hanley & Belfus, 2000 - Medical - 434 pages
This new 2nd Edition provides revised and updated information on the latest pain procedures being performed in today's practices. The author's present a simple "how-to" approach for the various procedures discussed, ranging from soft tissue injections and casting to the newer peripheral nerve and spinal blocks used in pain management.
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RADIATION SAFETY FOR THE PHYSICIAN
BASIC PRINCIPLES OF NEURAL BLOCKADE
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acupuncture anatomy Anesth anesthesia anesthetic approach artery arthrogram articular pillar black arrow bladder Block Technique blockade Bogduk bone botulinum toxin bupivacaine bursa C-arm casting caudal cervical chronic Clin clinical contrast corticosteroid corticosteroid injections diagnostic disc discography distal dorsal ramus dose effects electrode epidural injection epidural space evaluation facet joint fibers FIGURE fluoroscopic foramen ganglion imaging inferior injury innervation inserted intra-articular joint injections joint pain lateral lesion lidocaine ligament low back pain lumbar medial branch blocks medial branch nerves ment midline MTrPs muscle myofascial pain needle placement needle tip nerve block nerve root neural neurotomy oblique occur Orthop pain relief palpation patient phenol Phys Med Rehabil physician plexus position posterior pressure procedure Prolotherapy puncture radiation radiograph rami sacroiliac joint skin spasticity spinal cord Spine stimulation target tendon therapy third occipital nerve thoracic tients tion transverse process treatment trigger point TrPs ulnar vertebral z-joint zygapophyseal joint