Pelvic Floor Nerve Hydrodissection | Allyson Shrikhande MD | Pelvic Rehabilitation Medicine

Pelvic Floor Nerve Hydrodissection  | Allyson Shrikhande MD | Pelvic Rehabilitation Medicine


Peripheral hydrodissection nerve blocks under
ultrasound guidance are a simple day procedure that is not surgery. Patients go back to work the same day. In the nervous system, you have the central
nervous system which is the spinal cord and the brain, and then you have the peripheral
nervous system which is everything else that comes out of the spinal cord. In the pelvis, there are multiple nerves that
come from the lumbosacral plexus to innervate the pelvis. The goal of the peripheral hydrodissection
nerve blocks is to create space in the fascial planes where the peripheral nerves flow, so
there’s less restriction and ultimately more blood flow. In addition, the goal is to reset or retrain
hyperactive peripheral nerves and also to decrease any inflammation that can occur around
these peripheral nerves that all these things contribute to pain in the pelvis. We treat an array of extremely complex, chronic
pain symptoms, and we have a Triplex approach that is extremely safe and minimally invasive
and effective. [00:01:32]
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