Does PRP Work for Ankle Sprain and Osteochondral Lesions?
Dr. Rosenblum demonstrates how a commonly used Regional Anesthesia Block, the Interscalene Brachial Plexus Block can be used to find the Cervical Nerve Roots, and Trace them back to the foramen for a possible Selective Nerve Block to treat chronic Cerivcal Radiculitis pain.
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