Percutaneous Disc Decompression
Percutaneous disc decompression is a procedure where a micro-engineered alloy transmitter is inserted into the disc while a patient is awake. They are given a topic anesthetic and light sedation. The alloy transmitter produces a low-temperature ionized gas that breaks up the molecular bonds.
What it Treats
Percutaneous disc decompression is effective in treating spinal stenosis and general chronic pain radiating throughout the body.