Disk Herniation Treatment with Percutaneous Disk Decompression (video)

Percutaneous disk decompression is a minimally invasive, outpatient procedure for contained herniated disks. This can replace traditional open disk surgery. It is used to treat neck pain, low back pain, disk herniations, pinched nerves, arm pain and leg pain. I have been performing these therapies for 10 years without any major negative outcomes.

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Dr. Todd Koppel

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