nerve hydrodissection
Pinched nerves cause many common pain issues. Consider sciatica, chronic headaches, and carpal tunnel syndrome, for example.  Nerve hydrodissection is defined as the application of gentle fluid pressure through the conduit of a needle to open the space around the nerve. The injection of fluid around the circumference of the nerve can permanently separate fascial layers, muscles or adhesions from the nerve. This decompresses the nerve and enables the nerve to move freely and receive blood supply, thus restoring its function and turning off its pain message and providing long-lasting relief from pain. No longer does a patient with sciatica need to take muscle relaxants or run to the emergency room to attain pain relief. Nerve hydrodissection is a treatment that can be administered in the outpatient setting and billed to a patient’s insurance with reliable coverage.