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Nerve Hydrodissection – Glastonbury, CT

An End to Nerve Pain

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Pain from pinched or trapped nerves can be debilitating. Once they leave the spine, most nerves pass between, around, and in some cases, directly through muscles on their way to their final destination. But when some of those muscles become too tight, either because of spasm or injury, they can squeeze the nerves. This starts to cut off the nerve’s blood supply, causing a wide variety of possible symptoms including pain, altered sensations (such as numbness, tingling, burning, etc.), and weakness. Conservative soft tissue treatments such as physical therapy and massage therapy may help, but when these options fail, what’s the next step? For most, surgery is a last resort, but we’re able to offer an effective alternative, nerve hydrodissection in Glastonbury, CT at the New England Stem Cell Institute.

Why Choose New England Stem Cell Institute for Nerve Hydrodissection?

What is Nerve Hydrodissection?

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Nerve Hydrodissection is a simple, safe treatment where the doctor injects some fluid around the nerve (but not INTO the nerve!) to ease the pressure from the surrounding muscles and separate it from the surrounding tissue, fascia, or adjacent structures. This is all done under direct ultrasound guidance to help ensure accuracy and safety.

How Nerve Hydrodissection Treatment Works

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At the New England Stem Cell Institute, we use a combination of an IV fluid known as “D5W” (5% dextrose in water) with a very small amount of anesthetic. The weak sugar helps heal inflammation in the nerve. In some stubborn cases, a solution of platelet-derived growth factors (from PRP) or other OrthoBiologic agents are used instead of IV fluid to promote better healing. Most of the time, the treatment is either painless or minimally uncomfortable when done properly.

What Conditions can Nerve Hydrodissection Treat?

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Conditions that are commonly treated by nerve hydrodissection include:

At the New England Stem Cell Institute, we’re experts in nerve hydrodissection techniques. We’ve been doing them longer than the vast majority of practices in the U.S. In fact, we were personally trained by the physician who invented the technique!

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