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Nice to see that the Cleveland Clinic is also doing Radiofrequency (RF) Nerve Ablation for chronic back pain. Our Interventional Pain Management experts Andrew Germanovich D.O., M.S. and Eric Chang MD at Restore Ortho in Orange have been doing RF ablation treatment as well as others to help our patients who suffer from chronic pain for many years. They are the leading Southern California experts of this treatment.
If you suffer from chronic back pain and would like to have RF Nerve Ablation please call our Restore office at 714.598.1745 to set up a consult. They might have the solution you've been looking for.
Here's the article from The Cleveland Clinics. https://lnkd.in/g5Vyi7c

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Trigger Digit release. It can be done in the office. No surgery center. No general anesthesia. No hassle.

About Steve A. Mora MD:
Dr. Mora is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon at Restore Orthopedics and Spine Center in Orange County.
He specializes in:
-Sports Trauma
-Arthroscopy of the knee, shoulder, hip and elbow.
-Arthritis of the Knee
-Mixed Martial Arts Injuries
-Regenerative (Adult Stem Cells) Medicine

For a consultation please call Restore Orthopedics and Spine Center in the City of Orange 714-598-1745
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Did you know that knee arthroscopy can be done without general anesthesia? Here's my local anesthesia option for knee arthroscopy. 

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‪Pain Management at Restore Orthopedics and Spine Center is so much more than prescribing pain killers. Dr Germanovich and Dr Chang are both interventional pain management specialists. They apply a multimodal approach to treating chronic pain including acupuncture, physiotherapy, holistic medicine, very specific nerve blocks, neurological evaluations, prolotherapy and platelet rich plasma injections. Their goal is to help patients avoid narcotics and to help patients regain control of their lives.
At Restore we are in the business of helping people. Make an appointment and see the difference.
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IS THERE A MAGIC BULLET FOR TREATING ARTHRITIC KNEE PAIN? Treating arthritic knee pain usually involves more than just a steroid injection or a total knee replacement. It requires a disease and patient specific approach. It's definitely not always easy to do. It takes time to figure out what exactly is causing the pain. It takes time to reverse a pathologic process that's probably been present for many years. Sometimes it's possible without surgery. Sometimes it requires a combination of minimally invasive surgery along with other contemporary treatment measures. In some cases it requires newer procedures such as "subchondroplasty" or other approaches. This article might be interesting for patients trying to understand why they suddenly have arthritic knee pain and for those patients trying to hold off on joint replacement. And no there's no magic bullet magic bullet but there is hope. In most cases it takes a patient doctor and a patient patient! :)

About Dr. Mora:
Dr. Mora is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon at Restore Orthopedics and Spine Center in Orange County.
He specializes in:
-Sports Trauma
-Arthroscopy of the knee, shoulder, hip and elbow.
-Arthritis of the knee
-Mixed Martial Arts Injuries

For a consultation please call Restore Orthopedics and Spine Center in the City of Orange 714-598-1745

Here's my approach for the patient and disease specific treatment of arthritic knee pain. You can click on link in my profile page. Thank you for taking the time. http://www.myorthodoc.com/blog/patient-specific-treatment-arthritic-knee-pain/

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Treating Arthritic Knee Pain The Old Fashion Way- Patient specific and Disease specific. Here is my approach: http://www.myorthodoc.com/blog/patient-specific-treatment-arthritic-knee-pain/

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