It is not always advisable to reach for the scalpel early in the case of diseases or damage to the spinal column.
It always depends on the individual case whether conservative forms of treatment or surgical intervention are more effective and efficient. Thus, even conservative pain therapy often leads to the treatment goal. An infiltration therapy, for example, in which liquid medication is injected, can effectively relieve the pain (for example by means of sacral epidural infiltration or selective nerve root block). We have the entire range of tried and tested treatment methods at our disposal and will also find the optimal one for you.
- Radiologically controlled, differentiated infiltration therapy on facets, nerve roots (periradicular) and into the epidural space (epidural flooding)
- Facet thermocoagulation (obliteration of the small vertebral joints)
- Outpatient and inpatient physical therapy
- Conservative therapy of spinal inflammations (spondylodiscitis and spondylitis)
- Osteopathic movement therapy
- Medical training therapy
- Myofascial compartment stretching
- Vertebroplasty and kyphoplasty (injection of bone cement) into fractured vertebral bodies (vertebral body fracture), e.g. osteoporosis