Comprehensive Pain Management
(Formally known as Franklin Pain and Wellness and Warwick Pain)

Attleboro, MA(508) 236-8333
Franklin, MA(508) 507-8818
South Kingstown, RI (401) 234-9677
Warwick, RI(401) 352-0007

Franklin, MA • (508) 507-8818
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South Kingstown, RI • (401) 234-9677

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Treating Herniations in the Lumbar Spine

Joseph Coupal - Friday, July 27, 2018

The Disc-FX System safely, rapidly and effectively performs minimally invasive procedures for herniations in the lumbar spine. This treatment combines simple, intuitive function with precise surgical results. This procedure is:

  • Less invasive compared to traditional discectomy procedures
  • Minimum annulotomy reduces risk of herniation
  • Multi-functional therapeutic options; debulking, ablation and modulation
  • Manual excision of herniated nucleus through 3.0mm portal
  • Ablation and denervation achieved with use of Trigger-Flex®

For more information on treating herniations in the lumbar spine, contact Comprehensive Pain Management in Attleboro, MA.

Why am I having Persistent Pain?

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, July 12, 2018
Comprehensive Pain Management - Warwick, RI

Most of the time pain goes away after an injury heals. However, if pain persists more than a month or two, it can become chronic pain. Sometimes pain becomes chronic because the underlying problem does not heal. For instance, arthritis causes long term inflammation and damage to the joints, and it may hurt as long as the inflammation lasts. Unfortunately, chronic pain may also occur despite healing and with no obvious injury to tissues. This may be the result of damage to the nerves that transmit pain (neuropathic pain), but chronic pain also affects the entire nervous system, sometimes in a permanent way.

When any type of pain lasts a long time there can be changes in the spinal cord and the brain that change how we perceive painful sensations. These changes may result in severe pain with little or no painful stimulus. Some chronic pain can be very difficult to treat and can become so frustrating for patients that it is often accompanied by depression or other emotional problems. It is this type of pain that represents some of the most challenging problems a pain management specialist can face.

For more information on chronic pain, contact Comprehensive Pain Management in Attleboro, MA.

Source: asra.com


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