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Dorsal Root Ganglion Stimulators

Posted on December 08, 2020

An Effective Way To Treat Nerve Pain When it comes to treating nerve pain, there are many medications such as anti-inflammatories, steroids, and/or medications directed towards the pain. At times, these medications or even injections may not offer enough relief for nerve pain. Complex regional pain ...

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Radiofrequency Combined With Nerve Blocks Restore Her Day-to-Day Lifestyle.

Posted on November 23, 2020

“It is not unusual to see patients who have pain coming from more than one source. As an Interventional Pain Management physician, I know that every pain can be lessened or resolved, which is how I approach the care of everyone who comes to us.” This is the heart of Dr. Jonathan Daitch of Advanc...

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After 14 Years, Patient Achieves “100%” Nerve Pain Relief Through Spinal Cord Stimulation

Posted on September 18, 2020

Living with chronic pain for years can become the ‘norm’ for some people; an expectation of what life is just like. For people who suffer with debilitating chronic pain, however, the hope of overcoming it never subsides. Fortunately, with modern approaches to pain management, relief from pain ca...

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A New Generation In Spinal Cord Stimulation – Available At APMSS

Posted on August 21, 2020

Failed Back Surgery Syndrome (FBSS), or post-laminectomy syndrome, is a condition where patients have persistent pain after spine surgery. This does not necessarily mean that the surgery was a failure. On the other hand, pain may be due to scar tissue around the nerve roots, inflammation, tissue man...

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Posted on July 14, 2020

Chronic pain can be a terrible drain on one’s life. Pain in one area seems to affect the whole body that becomes debilitating. Driving, walking and even turning the head can be painful or seem impossible. According to the Health Policy Institute of Georgetown University, 8 percent of all adults ex...

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Double The Comfort Through Vertiflex Superion Procedure!

Posted on June 09, 2020

They say “What’s good for the goose is good for the gander.” That’s certainly the case with married couple Marcia and Donald. Marcia, a patient of Interventional Pain Management physician Dr. Jonathan Daitch for years, has experienced back pain relief for years through his precision injectio...

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Superion Procedure Replaces Frequent Injections For Long-term Relief.

Posted on January 23, 2020

The link below will take you to a brief video that shows just what patients enjoy AFTER the Superion procedure. In the meantime, see if YOUR story may be similar… Like the trunk of a tree, the spinal column is the supporting structure of the entire body. This stack...

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Back To Life! “Nothing Worked Until I Got To Him!”

Posted on October 09, 2019

A recent trip to a national park was filled with days of hiking and horseback riding for Peggy. She returned home to resume her weekly routine of biking 75 miles. At the age of 75, Peggy greatly appreciates the ability to stay so active. Yet, it wasn’t long ago that life was much different. Becaus...

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Back To Tennis, Gardening & Walking Her Dog!

Posted on September 24, 2019

For active adults whose lives change in an instant because of an accident, the toll can be both physically and emotionally challenging. That was what happened to Rebecca four years ago. Walking her dog one morning, a car hit her and, amazingly, the driver kept on going. Her injuries were many; she h...

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Severe Sciatica Pain GONE In One Procedure!

Posted on September 01, 2019

When Loretta’s low back pain began shooting down her leg, she realized she was likely experiencing sciatica. As it progressively worsened, it became especially painful to bend, walk, and go from sitting to standing. “It was hard to walk for very long,” states Loretta. “I have a dog and our w...

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