Ulnar Nerve Hydrodissection for Ulnar Neuropathy

Introduction Ulnar neuropathy is a common nerve injury secondary to nerve entrapment at the elbow. Repetitive compressive forces to the inside or medial side of the elbow can irritate the nerve and cause damage. Damage to the ulnar nerve can be assessed with a nerve conduction study and electromyography. Modern evaluation can also include [...]

Fascial Hydrodissection for Medial Scapular Border Pain: Case Series of Treatment for Myofascial Pain Syndrome

ABSTRACT: Neck and upper back pain can be common issues among athletes. Myofascial pain due to fascial adhesions can explain these athletes’ symptoms and prevent them from performing. In this retrospective series, three athletes diagnosed with myofascial pain syndrome at the medial scapular border are treated with ultrasound-guided (USG) hydrodissection. All athletes reported significant [...]

What is a Fascial Hydrodissection or Fascial Hydrorelease?

Introduction A fascial hydrodissection and hydrorelease are new highly-specialized procedures that are gaining traction in treating fascial pain. Fascia is not only a protective covering of many organs, nerves, bone, skin, and muscle but also has many nerve fibers that course through it. When fascia is injured or develops scar tissue, the nerve endings can [...]

By |2024-03-11T18:40:11+00:00January 14th, 2022|Hydrodissection, Hydrorelease|
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