Nerve Pain Desensitization Techniques Ask Doctor Jo
Hey everybody, it's Doctor Jo. Today we're gonna talk about desenstizizensation. no. desensensation. no. Desensitizing something! A lot of times when people have a surgery or an injury, the nerves get all crazy and flared up. And so you have to desensitize the area and help the nerves grow back to where their supposed to. So all you need is just a bunch of different things that have different textures. And I have a towel, a cotton ball, a fork, and kind of a silk cloth. What you're gonna do is the area that feels.
Weird, lots of times it's a numbness, tingly, burning kind of feeling, just take the first object you want to do, and lightly rub it over the area. It might feel weird, it might fee really uncomfortable. It might actually hurt a little bit, even if it's just a little cotton ball. But rub it over that area for about 30 seconds to a minute and then move on to the next texture. A plastic fork works well, make sure you don't stab yourself, but just kind of rubbing it again lightly over the area to help those nerves find their way.
Back to where they're supposed to be. And then move on to the next one. Kind of a silk cloth. Just rubbing it on that area. You can kind of move the body part a little bit, too, while you're rubbing it. And maybe like a course towel that's not as soft. And just rubbing it on that area. So about, you know, 35 minutes a day, just desensitizing the area, and there you have it. If you have any questions, leave them in the comments section. If you'd like to check out some other tutorials, go to AskDoctorJo Don't forget to follow.
Treatment for Nerve Pain in the Feet
This is Penny and Penny had an operation 3 days ago. She was told she had neuropathy and we found out what she really had was nerve compressions. Penny, what was your experience Well, I have been to seven doctors and they couldn't find out what was wrong with me. I was in severe pain since February of 2014. I have no pain now, no nerve pain in my right leg, it feels great. Let's take a look. We did your operation three days ago. You have a nice new bandage.
KT Tape Distal Posterior Tibial Tendonitis
This application is for Posterior Tibial Tendonitis where pain often presents on the inside or medial portion of the lower leg near the ankle, this is often caused by inflammation of the posterior tibialis tendon which decelerates the foot after heel strike when running, so it is a fairly common injury this is how we tape for it. The first piece in this application is going to be an Istrip. tear the paper down by the logo end of the tape and I'm going to position the foot in dorsiflexion and inversion as I lay this portion down.
Just along the lateral or outside portion of the heel rubbing that down no stretch on that piece. As I bring the tape around the heel again I'm laying this down with no tension, no stretch on the tape and laying that all along the inside or medial portion of the foot. For the second step of this application I'm going to tear another Istrip and placing the foot in dorsiflexion inversion, if you can. I'm going to tear off the anchor and here I'm going under the calcaneus the heel.
For the anchor I'm going to try to get on as much skin as I can laying that down with no stretch Ok, now I'm going to come around and as I lay this piece down where I want to run this is right up behind that medial ankle bone, or that medial maleolus so I'm applying this with no stretch on the tape following that line staying behind that bone now I'm just laying the anchor down again no stretch while I was applying this, that foot should still be in dorsiflexion.
I am now going to rub that tape on using the paper backing, create some friction, some heat that causes it to adhere better and if that is not relieving your symptoms, you may actually add a third piece by tearing an Istrip again creating an anchor and where I am going to place this now is again, on the outside or lateral portion of the foot, laying that anchor down trying to get as much skin as I can without any tension on that anchor. As I come up underneath.
BioWave PENS Unit for Pain Treatment and Reduction by DynaMD Medical Supplies Service 8445237022
So the Biowave PENS Unit and the unit is relatively new product. What's unique about it is that it it has a four inch electrode that has hasn't 1,014 little needles on it, so it does break the skin but this differs from conventional TENS unit, in that the pain is localized with a TENs Unit just where you place the electrodes. With the PENS unit, the waveforms are created and the actually create more waveforms as they cross. So the surface area of pain relief is actually greater. Studies have shown that repeated.
New Effective Treatment for Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome
Are you suffering from burning tingling and numbing in the bottom of your foot For years the practice of performing the old procedure for tarsal tunnel produced a 40 to 60 failure rate because only this tunnel at the laciniate ligament in the ankle was released. Our new approach is designed to relieve pressures on the nerves in not only the tarsal tunnel which is similar to releasing the carpal tunnel in the hand, but now we know at least three more tunnels in the foot that must be addressed. This allows for normal function to return.
To the nerves. This is done for relieving burning, tingling and numbness and this is critical. This has increased our success rate to 85 to 90 success rate from the old failure rate of 40 to 60. Now we know to release the superior calcaneal chamber containing the medial plantar nerve supplying the bottom inside of your foot and toes. The inferior calcaneal chamber containing the lateral plantar nerve supplying the bottom outside of your foot and toes. And the smaller medial calcaneal nerve tunnels which may be 1 or more branches supplying.
The inside and bottom of the your heel. These ligaments or fibroustunnels are carefully released to create more space which relieves the pressures at each of these nerve tunnels or chokepoints allowing for the return of normal nerve function. Post operatively we incorporate Physical rehabilitation such as neural gliding, and aqua therapy, to encourage restoration of motor and sensory nerve function. Therapeutic lasers to enhance your healing process through photobiomodulation and Nutraceuticals to provide fuel for your nerves to heal. Remember the longer yours nerves are compressed, the more damage occurs to the axon or core.
What is Percutaneous Tibial Nerve Stimulation PTNS
Percutaneous nerve stimulation, or what we call PTNS, is a procedure that's aimed at realigning the nerve signals within the nervous system that help control bladder function. There's a nerve just inside the ankle, and when that nerve is stimulated it communicates to and talks to the nerves in the low back that actually help control bladder function. So with this procedure what we do is place a very skinny needle right near that nerve, and it's connected to this stimulating box and it's turned on. For 30 minutes the woman just sits comfortably in a chair.
Sural Nerve Injury How to Avoid The Sural Nerve During Laser Vein Treatment
Sural nerve injury can occur in over 1 in 10 small saphenous vein endothermal ablations. It can result in troublesome numbness in the sensory distribution of the nerve or it can cause burning pain in the heel and outside of the foot. I am going to show you how the sural nerve can be identified on an ultrasound scan and how the risk of sural nerve injury can be minimised during endothermal ablation. The sural nerve lies close to the small saphenous vein at the back of the calf and it is vulnerable to accidental injury during cannulation of.
The small saphenous vein, during the administration of perivenous tumescent local anaesthetic and during the thermal ablation procedure itself. I am very grateful to Dr Ted King in Chicago who stimulated my interest in the anatomy of this nerve and who has done a lot of research on the zones of contact of the sural nerve and the small saphenous vein. In my opinion, the sural nerve should be visualised in transverse section and its relationship to the vein established at the proposed point of vein cannulation. Here you can see that.
The vein and nerve are very close and in contact in the distal calf here at 12cm above the malleoli. Further proximally, the vein and nerve are separated by 10mm or more. My practice is to visualise the nerve and vein in transverse section throughout the cannulation procedure, thereby minimising the risk of needle stick injuries at this stage as well as during the administration of tumescent local anaesthesia again ensuring that the local anaesthetic solution is generously administered between the nerve and vein and minimising the risk of direct needle injury to the nerve. I have never been a fan of cannulation under longitudinal.
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