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Epidural Nerve Blockage

Epidural nerve blockade; It is a technique that allows drug delivery to the area between the bone and nerve in the spinal canal. The goal is non-surgical pain relief. After the procedure, more than 90% relief is provided in patients whose complaints have just started, and 50-70% relief is provided in patients with long-term discomfort.

In Which Diseases Is Epidural Nerve Blockage Used?

It is a method developed for the treatment of diseases such as lumbar spine joint, lumbar hernia, lumbar slippage, canal narrowing. It is safe and easy to apply.

How Is Epidural Nerve Blockage Performed?

The procedure is performed with local anesthesia without the need for general anesthesia. So the patient is not put to sleep.

The patient is placed face down. The procedure is performed by entering the spinal canal from the coccyx. It is a process that takes an average of 15-30 minutes.

After Epidural Nerve Blockage

There is no need to stay in the hospital after the procedure. After an average of 30 minutes, the patient can easily go home. If he wants, he can go to work the next day and continue his daily life from where he left off.

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