25 Jul Dr. Nikesh Seth’s Top 5 Treatments
Integrated Pain Consultants offers a number of treatments, but for Dr. Nikesh Seth there’s a top five that he keeps coming back to because they work—and they work for a number of clients and injuries. These include platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injections, amniotic stem cell treatments, joint injections, radiofrequency ablation (RFA), and medial branch blocks.
Platelet-rich plasma (PRP)
PRP is amazing because it utilizes the platelets and growth factors in your own blood to help your body heal. In one appointment, a small vial of your blood is drawn, and the platelets are separated. Next, these platelets are injected directly into the injury site to encourage the body to heal itself from the inside. It’s a seemingly simple yet very effective tool.
Amniotic stem cell treatments
Amniotic stem cells is revolutionary treatment can be used to treat pain in the back, joints, neck, nerves, and more. By using concentrated stem cells, regenerative possibilities are realized for discs, muscles, and ligaments. These powerful cells are already in your body and are in charge of healing. We create less as we age, but the amniotic sac is a hub for concentrated cells.
This common treatment is popular because it works to minimize joint pain and stiffness from inflammation. Depending on the patient and pain site, there are a variety of joint injections available for both acute and chronic pain. These include epidurals, facet joint injections, corticosteroid injections, and more.
Radiofrequency ablation (RFA)
Harness the power of electricity with radio heat waves that create a tiny lesion on damaged nerve tissue to ensure pain signals no longer occur between the pain site and the brain. Radiofrequency ablation is fast and minimally invasive—and for many patients, a means of avoiding surgery.
Medial branch block injections
Medial Branch Block injections are very effective for many with neck and back pain. They are injected around the facet joints to minimize inflammation from arthritis. Pain relief is immediate, and medial branch blocks can be used for back pain, facet arthritis, and facet syndrome.
To learn more about the many top treatments at Integrated Pain Consultants, schedule your consultation today.