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    The Latest Research on Spine Treatment Success
    cweinbl posted:
    Comprehensive, evidence-based guidelines for interventional techniques in the
    management of chronic spinal pain are described here to provide recommendations for clinicians. These guidelines present statements of best practice based on a thorough evaluation of the evidence from published
    studies on the outcomes of treatment (1-6). For further
    information and detailed analysis, readers may
    review the related publications, including systematic
    reviews and individual articles.

    Diagnostic and therapeutic spinal interventional
    techniques in the management of chronic spinal pain
    have been evaluated. These include facet joint interventions, sacroiliac joint interventions, epidural injections, lumbar epidural adhesiolysis, discography and
    intradiscal therapies, mechanical disc decompression,
    and implantable therapies.

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