Epidural Lysis of Adhesions

@inproceedings{Lee2014EpiduralLO,
  title={Epidural Lysis of Adhesions},
  author={F. H. Lee and David E. Jamison and Robert W. Hurley and Steven Paul Cohen},
  booktitle={The Korean journal of pain},
  year={2014}
}
As our population ages and the rate of spine surgery continues to rise, the use epidural lysis of adhesions (LOA) has emerged as a popular treatment to treat spinal stenosis and failed back surgery syndrome. There is moderate evidence that percutaneous LOA is more effective than conventional ESI for both failed back surgery syndrome, spinal stenosis, and lumbar radiculopathy. For cervical HNP, cervical stenosis and mechanical pain not associated with nerve root involvement, the evidence is… CONTINUE READING

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