Inflammation of nerve roots is a symptom of neck problems. Inflammation of nerve roots causes pain in the shoulders, and a burning sensation in the arms. In the late stages, these infections may cause nerve damage or damage and may lead to muscle damage and peripheral sensation if the patient does not care to search for the cause and treatment.
Cervical herniated disc
The roughness of the cervical vertebrae
Stretch the neck muscles
Headache behind the neck
Pain in the arms
Feeling of numbness and numbness, all of these symptoms indicate a problem with the neck, neck pain indicates a problem with the cervical vertebrae, surrounding muscles, cervical nerve roots, or all of them. Arm pain, numbness, and burning refer to inflammation of the cervical nerve roots as a result of pressure on it from cervical herniated discs or bone protrusions resulting from the roughness of the cervical vertebrae.
Methods of Treatment:
The treatment methods are divided into medicinal treatment that is a muscle relaxant with a pain reliever and some physical therapy sessions as a first step to deal with neck pain and its problems as soon as they arise.
And patients are accustomed that if they do not recover on drug and natural treatment, their next step is surgical treatment and the famous operation to remove the cartilage and stabilize the vertebrae if the cervical herniated disc is the cause. This frightens patients and keeps them from caring for the neck, its pain, and problems, and they forget it until the surgery becomes inevitable.
But with the advancement of medicine and with the availability of the latest treatment techniques for cervical nerve radiculitis and treatment of its causes from cervical herniated discs without surgery in our center and dealing with the roughness of the cervical vertebrae. Dealing with cervical herniated discs, neck pain, and arm pain has become simpler, easier, and safer.
Treating nerve root inflammation without surgery:
The treatment of nerve root inflammation without surgery via cervical catheter is a very limited and simple intervention where anti-inflammatory materials are injected and it does not take more than a quarter of an hour inside the operating room, and it is guided by interventional radiology, and under the influence of local anesthesia.
Other ways to treat neck pain without surgery:
Treatment of herniated disc with thermal frequency.
Treatment of roughness of the cervical vertebrae with thermal frequency.
Treatment of cervical nerve root inflammation with thermal frequency.
Advantages of treating nerve root inflammation with a cervical catheter:
We do not call it an operation except because it takes place inside the operating room. It is a minimally invasive procedure during which no incisions or cuts are made. Safe, easy, and simple, it does not take more than half an hour in the operating room under the influence of the local anesthetic. The patient is discharged from the hospital on the same day and returns to his normal daily life for a maximum of three days.
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