What Kind of Pain Can Be Relieved With the Discseel® Procedure?
Living with chronic pain, especially low back pain, can significantly impact a person’s overall quality of life. For patients struggling with chronic low back pain associated with degenerative disc disease or other types of vertebral disc damage, the Discseel® procedure offers a potentially life-changing solution. Here, interventional physical medicine specialist Dr. Michael Wolff and the renowned team at Southwest Spine & Sports in Scottsdale, AZ discuss the Discseel® procedure in greater detail, including exploring what types of pain and discomfort the Discseel procedure aims to address and how it might bring relief to those suffering from debilitating conditions.
How do I know if my back pain is related to a disc?
The spine is a complex structure consisting of vertebrae, discs, and various supporting tissues. Intervertebral discs act as cushions between the vertebrae, absorbing shock and allowing flexibility. When these discs degenerate or sustain damage, they can cause pain and discomfort, which may be severe, chronic, and even debilitating in some cases. Common causes of disc-related back pain include herniation, bulging, or degeneration due to age, injury, or wear and tear.
The pain associated with spinal disc issues can manifest in various ways, depending on the location and severity of the problem. Some patients may experience localized pain, radiating pain into the limbs, while others report tingling sensations and muscle weakness. Conditions like degenerative disc disease and herniated discs are common causes of pain that may be improved with the revolutionary Discseel® procedure.
What is the Discseel® procedure?
The Discseel® procedure stands out as an innovative and minimally invasive solution to address specific types of spinal disc-related pain. Unlike traditional surgical interventions and other injection therapies, Discseel® aims to treat pain at its source, offering a targeted approach with the potential for substantial relief. While each Discseel® procedure is tailored to the patient’s specific condition, symptoms, and needs, generally speaking, the treatment involves using a Fibrin biologic to help repair the damaged or torn discs. This allows the damaged cells to be replaced with new cells to stop the disc from leaking and prevent further inflammation of nerves that contribute to pain.
Which kinds of pain can be relieved with the Discseel® procedure?
Patients with chronic low back pain who have already exhausted their alternatives — like physical therapy, injections, and others — may find relief with the Discseel® procedure. More specifically, the following types and/or causes of low back pain may be responsive to treatment with the Discseel® procedure:
- Herniated disc pain
- Bulging disc pain
- Degenerative disc disease pain
Why should I consider Discseel® vs. traditional back pain treatments?
During your initial consultation for Discseel® in Scottsdale, AZ, Dr. Wolff will discuss in greater detail why the procedure may be a suitable and effective treatment for you, as well as why it may be more appropriate compared with other treatment options. Some of the primary benefits of the Discseel® procedure, which Dr. Wolff has used to help many of Scottsdale’s VIPs and celebrities find relief from their back pain, include:
- Minimally invasive technique using injections versus incisions
- Addresses root cause of pain for rapid and reliable relief
- Outpatient procedure with minimal downtime
- Results can be long-lasting
Find relief from chronic back pain and regain control of your life with the Discseel® procedure in Scottsdale, AZ
Don’t let debilitating pain from degenerative disc disease, herniated discs, bulging discs, and other conditions hold you back or keep you down any longer. If other back pain treatments and tactics have failed, Discseel® may be the solution you’ve been searching for. Take charge of your back pain today and treat your symptoms at the root by calling Southwest Spine & Sports to schedule your consultation for Scottsdale, AZ Discseel® treatment with double board-certified interventional physical medicine specialist Dr. Michael Wolff today.