St.Reed (Navigational Catheter)
What is Percutaneous Epidural Neuroplasty
The goals for epidural neuroplasty are to break down fibrous adhesions that may prevent free movement of structures in the intervertebral foramen and in the bony vertebral canal, to remove any barriers (scar) that prevent application of medication to structures believed to be the source of pain, and to apply medication to the structures (e.g., local anesthetics, corticosteroids).
- reducing edema
- local anesthetic
St.Reed Plus (Navigational Catheter)
Chemically sensitive discs
Failed back surgery syndrome
- Spinal stenosis
In some situations by decreasing edema and venous congestion with the expected effect of attenuating the compressive effects on the spinal cord and nerve roots
*Disc disruption with HIZ
*Discogenic back pain
*FBSS (with or without radiculopathy)
*Multilevel degenerative arthritis
*Medically compromised patient
*Those who strongly desire non-surgical treatment
*Epidural scarring following infection or meningitis when completely resolved
*Pain unresponsive to spinal opioids
St.Cox (Racz Catheter)
What is "Epidural Catheter Technique" and what is "St.Cox"
"Epidural Catheter Technique", this proven method has been used to decompress spinal nerves without open surgery and lastingly alleviate the pain associated with acute and chronic spine disorders. St.Cox is a sort of Epidural Catheter Systems for the foresaid proven method by enabling the physician to combat the pain at its source in the spine by enhancing the capability to steer to the target site..