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Arctic Blast

by Francene Frayer (2020-08-15)

A hypogastric plexus block is a Arctic Blast short, minimally invasive procedure that can be extremely effective. The benefits of a superior hypogastric plexus block can be temporary for some people and the amount and duration of pain relief vary from person to person. Some tend to have relief for weeks where others can benefit from the block for years. Fortunately, the procedure is a low risk, nonsurgical treatment that if successful the first time, will most likely continue to provide pain relief with repeat treatments. What's the Bottom Line? The Superior Hypogastric Plexus Block can effectively treat pelvic pain that does not respond to other medications. Make sure your pain doctor has considerable expertise in these blocks as the needle ends up being placed in a potentially delicate area. Chronic Knee pain can be very scary. You want to walk, run or hike and you're body is telling you it's not o.k. to do that. You might be suffering from knee stiffness or pain which makes it harder to move around. One of the main causes of knee pain is stiffness and lack of motion. In order to correct knee problems first I check the flexibility or range of motion of the bones of the knee, then I check the the movement of the patella or kneecap and lastly I check the soft tissue around the knee. The bones of the knee make four different motions-rotation, side bending, flexion and extension.

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