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Because our patients routinely travel from around the World for the Discseel® Procedure, we've refined our treatment plan, which benefits all our patients. It's essentially 4 steps in one visit: Consultation; The Discseel® Procedure; Recovery; and Return to your active lifestyle.
Step 1: Consultation
During your in-person consultation, you'll speak directly with your Dr. Wolff, discussing your prior tests and procedures, prior injections, or even surgeries if you've had surgery. You'll be examined and you'll have as much time as you'd like to ask Dr. Wolff questions. This is a good opportunity to receive detailed answers to all your questions that other physicians haven't explained to your satisfaction. When your symptoms begin interfering with your activities or sleep, then it's time to seek help.
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1. Measured Across All Locations in the US
2. of Discseel® Procedure patients report an improvement and a reduction in overall pain
3. 2016 NIH Prospective Study John Hopkins University School of Medicine
Step 2: Annulogram
The annulogram is a pain-free test that identifies subtle tears in your discs that the MRI or discography can't. We test every disc in the region to identify even the most subtle disc tears. This allows us to be proactive, addressing small tears before they lead to large herniations or degeneration.
The annulogram is so important that its a necessary part of the Discseel® Procedure.
During your annulogram, X-ray contrast is mixed with a little antibiotic and is injected into the outer annulus fibrosus of your disc to identify subtle disc tears. Next, Fibrin is injected into each tear to immediately seal the disc. Over the following months, the Fibrin promotes disc tissue growth, sealing and healing previously torn discs.
Step 4: Recovery
Following your Discseel® Procedure, you will rest in recovery for 30 minutes. Most people experience temporarily increased and different symptoms before improvement. We'd like you to walk with assistance the following day and increase your activity as tolerated. Increase your activities by 10% increments until you are at 100% of your desired activity. Most experience relief at 3-6 months post-procedure because our discs heal slowly.