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Hernia excision

Hernia excision
Endoscopic method:
Endoscopic removal of the intervertebral hernia. This minimally invasive operation is performed under local anesthesia. After 2 hours, the patient leaves the clinic without pain.

Radiofrequency ablation:
This is the use of radio frequency radiation for the treatment of hernia of the spine, the benefits of which are safety and high performance, as well as the possibility of providing therapy in an outpatient setting.
This technique involves the destruction by radio-frequency radiation of the affected nerve endings that generate painful impulses. In the area of ​​the affected vertebra under visualization control, two cannula needles are injected and then a small amount of local anesthetic is injected through them. After the onset of the analgesic, with the help of radiofrequency radiation, the tip of the needle heats up to 80 degrees, and coagulates the nerve. The course of treatment takes up to two months. After each procedure there is a certain recovery period. In the first weeks of radiofrequency therapy, patients may experience pain in the spine.