Cryoneuroablation การจี้เส้นประสาทด้วยความเย็น

Last updated: 9 Jul 2024  |  90 Views  | 

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Shoulder pain can result from various causes such as shoulder joint degeneration, shoulder tendonitis, or tense shoulder muscles. If chronic pain occurs, it can be treated by Cryoneuroablation to the affected nerves, which helps alleviate the pain.

Cryoneuroablation is a medical procedure that uses extreme cold to disrupt nerve function temporarily. This cold temperature effectively halts the transmission of nerve signals along the nerve fibers, providing relief from pain or other symptoms associated with the affected nerves.

Cryoneuroablation is considered minimally invasive and is often performed with
the guidance of imaging techniques such as ultrasound or fluoroscopy
to ensure precision in targeting the nerves.

There are four nerves that innervate the shoulder area, as shown in the diagram.
Doctors will administer local anesthetic injections into the nerves suspected of causing pain to assess whether the patient's pain decreases afterward.
If the pain diminishes after the injection, it indicates that
Cryoneuroablation on the nerves may help improve the pain symptoms.

The picture showing blocking the suprascapular nerve in the shoulder region.

In chronic shoulder pain treatment, cryoneuroablation uses ultrasound to locate
the nerves causing discomfort. A cryoprobe applies cold temperatures to these nerves, temporarily blocking pain signals and providing relief.

The picture showing Cryoneuroablation which is a procedure where nerves are frozen using extreme cold. This process causes an "ICE ball" to form around the targeted area.
This treatment can alleviate pain for 6 months to 1 year, depending on the patient condition.

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