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New Treatments at Relievus

Dorsal Root Ganglion (DRG) Spinal Cord Stimulation

One of our new treatments at Relievus is Dorsal Root Ganglion (DRG) Spinal Cord Stimulation.

Devices to stimulate the dorsal root ganglion (DRG) became available in the mid-2010s for treating chronic pain, particularly in areas that were hard to treat with traditional spinal cord stimulation, such as the hand, chest, abdomen, foot, knee or groin.

The DRG is an easily accessible structure in the spine that plays a key role in the development and management of chronic neuropathic pain. It is a bundle of sensory nerve cell bodies within the epidural space. Each nerve root communicates to the dorsal root ganglion in a way that allows sensory messages from a defined area of the body. Therefore, applying stimulation to the DRG can permit focused therapy to a specific focal area.

DRG stimulation has been used successfully to treat neuropathic pain of the limbs, axial back, groin, chest wall, and phantom limb. The anatomy of the DRG allows for stimulation of the abnormal pain fibers more selectively than conventional spinal cord stimulation. This results in fewer energy requirements and, in many cases, pain relief at a sub-threshold level that is paraesthesia free. In addition to focusing on stimulation, DRG neuromodulation has a few other distinguishing aspects. At 12 months, patients who responded to the therapy were reported to have both less discomfort and also improved mood scores.

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Whiplash Injury

Whiplash, also called cervical acceleration/ deceleration (or CAD) syndrome, is a neck injury commonly caused by car accidents, falls, and contact sports. It results from a quick, jerking motion that forces the neck beyond its normal range of motion.

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Elizabeth H.

my grandmother is 93 years old and was suffering with back and severe leg pain. Due to her age back surgery didn’t seem like an option for us! thank god we heard about Dr. Lee and his team! This is her 3rd successful injection and she can get relief without surgery!!! This has given my grandmother her pain free life back!!!! thank you!

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Lori C.

I recommend coming to relievus for your needs of pain everyone is so compassionate with trying to make you feel better and the staff are great people

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Joe S.

always helpful and accommodating! The staff and Docs have been helping me manage my pain for well over 5 years and it’s enabled me to have some quality of life

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Jessica G.

Both offices I have been in, the staff has been absolutely wonderful and pleasant. The doctors make sure you understand everything and answer all of your questions.

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Nancy B.

The Vineland office is amazing. The girls are all so nice. They know their patients and help with paperwork, billing, if you need help getting in the office or back to your car. The doctors will explain your options and what could give you the most relief possible. I would always recommend them!


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Janet D.

everything. the staff is very efficient and very nice. The PA, Sam, is very pleasant and very knowledgeable. She helps me understand what causes pain and things I can do to help myself. I highly recommend Relievus

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Jay C.

I have been going to Relievus for almost a year now. They are a great company. They don’t have you waiting for a long time in the waiting room and they always have convenient appointments. The staff are friendly and easy to talk to as well. My doctor pays attention and makes sure he assists with my pain management in the best ways possible. I would recommend this office to anyone who needs the medical help.

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New treatments for the pain!

MILD Procedure

mild® is a safe procedure that can help patients diagnosed with lumbar spinal stenosis (LSS) stand longer and walk farther with less pain.  It is a short, outpatient procedure, performed through a very small incision (about the size of a baby aspirin) that requires no general anesthesia, no implants, and no stitches. Study data show that 79% of patients experience a significant reduction in pain and a significant increase in mobility.  In addition, the mild® procedure has been proven to have a very low risk of major complications. Click here to see more detail information.

Vertiflex Superion Procedure

The Vertiflex Superion procedure is an innovative and minimally invasive procedure for the treatment of Lumbar Spinal Stenosis (LSS). Once placed, the device helps open up the narrow area of your spine, relieving the pressure and pain associated with spinal stenosis. Click here to see more detail information.

Percutaneous Endoscopic Lumbar Decompression

Percutaneous endoscopic lumbar laminectomy or laminectomy (PELL) is a minimally invasive surgical technique to treat lumbar canal stenosis. The procedure is undertaken using a single port endoscope, as with percutaneous endoscopic lumbar discectomy (PED). Because PED has the powerful advantage of structural preservation, it allows for short hospital stays and early recovery of the patient. PELL and PED are conceptually very similar, in that they are both minimally invasive.

Dorsal Root Ganglion (DRG) Spinal Cord Stimulation

Devices to stimulate the dorsal root ganglion (DRG) became available in the mid-2010s for treating chronic pain, particularly in areas that were hard to treat with traditional spinal cord stimulation, such as the hand, chest, abdomen, foot, knee or groin. Click here to see more detail information.

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