Superior Cluneal Nerve Block
Acute and Chronic Pain Applications
Most patients with symptoms of persistent pain in the back and buttocks can be managed with cluneal nerve blocks.
Given that it can both alleviate pain and determine the true source of the back discomfort, it can also be utilized as a diagnostic technique.
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