Pain management by radiotherapy

Overview

It is done through the use of high-tech x-ray devices to determine the location of the non-bacterial infection that causes pain, and thus the drug is injected into the place causing the pain, which results in inaccurate results and a high success rate.
Dallah doctors use X-ray and ultrasound technology to precisely inject medication through a small needle, or perform treatment on soft tissue. These procedures can help treat pain and joint stiffness with little risk and often provide immediate relief.
The most prominent cases that can be treated through radiological guidance:
  • Herniated disc in the neck and back
  • Stiffness of the joints
  • Shoulder pain or knee pain
  • Foot (including corns)
  • Injection of medical cement in fractures caused by osteoporosis

Advantages of this type of treatment:
  • Without complete anesthesia and without surgery
  • in the same day
  • Results last from 6 months to 2 years

Cryogenic Radiofrequency Therapy

Thermal frequency cooled is a modern technology that relies on the use of electromagnetic waves with a very high frequency and precise control of the required temperature.

The benefits of coolant thermal frequency:

  • Quick procedure (one-day surgery) or in the clinic (depending on the case and the intended tissue)
  • Does not require general anesthesia
  • Recovery time is usually quick with minimal pain or discomfort
  • improved mobility (many patients begin to feel better within one week)
  • Reduces the need for pharmacological analgesia and the associated negative side effects


Cases treated with cryogenic thermal frequency:

  • Chronic back pain
  • Pain in the knee roughness for those who do not want the operation, and cortisone or medications have not helped them
  • Chronic pain caused by torn tendons around the shoulder
  • Chronic pain from hip stiffness
  • Pain caused by inflammation of the knee nerve after knee surgery