What is Minimally Invasive Surgery?
Minimally invasive surgery (“MIS” to those in the know – which now includes you!) often refers to three main aspects: small incisions, fewer stitches, and less downtime. However, things can be even less intrusive when talking about minimally invasive pain management where the doctor simply uses a small needle to inject relief medication. In this article, we will highlight a few minimally invasive non-surgical techniques and show why “minimally invasive” is extremely beneficial to your recovery and overall health.
Minimally Invasive Pain Management
If you’re not familiar with the phrase “minimally invasive pain management” you soon will be because here at Florida Pain Relief Group we are perfecting the art of pain relief with our advanced techniques and procedures. Gone are the days when back pain, neck pain, knee pain, ANY kind of pain relief procedures force you to be cooped up for weeks while you recover. Our techniques are out-patient procedures and often let you get on living a pain-free life the very same day!
“Minimally Invasive Begins Here!”
Our founder, Dr. Rodolfo Gari, says it best: “We are experts in pain.” That other quote above is also one of Dr. Gari’s that goes right to the heart of what Physician Partners of America is all about: minimally invasive procedures, maximum pain relief. We understand your pain is no picnic and having to worry about additional pain from surgery doesn’t make sense to you – nor does it to us. You want relief from the pain, not to have it compounded. We understand that and it is the reason why we’re the Texas and Florida leaders in minimally invasive procedures.
Below are 3 minimally invasive pain management options to consider:
- Trigger Point Injections. These injections temporarily numb the pain and relax the muscle, allowing for increased stretching to promote and increase blood flow.
- Lumbar Epidural Steroid Injections. Epidural steroid infusions can be used to treat pain experienced in the lower back, neck, and mid-spine area.
- Facet Joint Injections. A facet injection can temporarily relieve neck or back pain caused by facet joints that have become inflamed.
The pain relief procedures above are simply a selection of the various treatments and therapies we offer at Physician Partners of America. We invite you to browse the rest of this website and see the full gamut of pain relief therapies we offer, as well as read about our company and mission.
If you are in pain today and don’t want extensive and intrusive surgery, and our minimally invasive options appeal to you and your desire to be pain-free, please contact us to set up a same-day appointment.