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Cross-Linked Hyaluronic Acid Injection for Neuropathic Pain

Case presentation and superficial radial nerve injection technique
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Denouement

Nonetheless, it is now truly gratifying to reliably obtain enduring relief of severe and intractable symptomatology with a safe and relatively minimally invasive treatment. The technique is generally simple to perform, with perhaps the most challenging aspect being the identification of the target peripheral sensory nerve, neural network, and matrix to inject. However, with standardization of techniques based on common clinical presentations, this will not be difficult.

Summary

I describe the use and technique of targeted SRN neural matrix antinociception injection of cross-linked hyaluronic acid in the successful treatment of neuropathic pain of the dorsum of both hands that occurred in a 60-year-old injured worker who underwent posterior cervical spine decompression. This technique has resulted in enduring relief and proved to be a safe and effective method in this patient. We recommend its routine use be considered early to manage pain in similar patients.

Last updated on: June 15, 2017
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