The practice offers advanced and traditional spinal epidural, facet injections, arthritis joint injections, nerve blocks done right by qualified neurosurgeon with fluoroscopy and ultrasound guidance.
These approaches include minimally invasive spine decompression and fusion, radiofrequency ablation of spine and peripheral nerves, spinal and peripheral nerve stimulation, typhoplasty for osteoporotic fracture.
The professionals conduct thorough neurological consultations and use advanced neurophysiological testing techniques like electromyography and nerve conduction velocity tests to get to the root of patient pain.
Rather than a reliance on prescription pain relief to mask the symptoms of chronic pain, the Fort Neuro philosophy is to use a combination of treatments that aim to resolve the causes of chronic pain. This could include physical therapy, activity modification, and medications to reduce inflammation.
The practice offers a range of advanced epidural steroid injections for patients with persistent pain problems, including lumbar facet injections, lumbar transforaminal steroid injections, medial branch blocks, and cervical interlaminar epidural steroid injections.
For patients who find these conservative approaches aren't delivering needed relief from chronic pain, Fort Neuro offers a selection of advanced treatments. These approaches include minimally invasive radiofrequency ablation, spinal cord stimulation, peripheral nerve stimulation, and spinal decompression procedures using technologies from leading manufacturers including Stimwave®, Vertiflex™, Nevro®, and Stryker.
At Fort Neuro, Dr. Maryanov and his team have a different vision for the treatment of chronic pain. They adopt a comprehensive, personal approach, spending time with patients and listening to the details of their struggles.
To benefit from their expertise, call Fort Neuro today or book an appointment online.
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