What is Nerve Hydrodissection?
Nerve hydrodissection consists in injecting saline solution guided by ultrasound around the painful sensory nerve.
The saline solution releases the healthy tissue from the scar tissue (adhesion) that formed as a result of an injury or a musculoskeletal lesion.
Nerve hydrodissection is a major advance in modern medicine. Free Yourself from Scar Tissue, without Surgery!
This procedure is indicated for any nerve entrapment syndrome, carpal tunnel syndrome, scalene and minor pectoralis syndrome, poor postoperative-healing outcomes, scar neuropathy, and much more.
For most painful osteoarthritic knees, the pain does not come from the joint itself, but rather from small nerves being entrapped where bony deformities push the ligaments and tendons towards the nerves.
In order to perform this type of intervention safely and effectively, our experts have received advanced training around the globe.
Please note that nerve hydrodissection treatments are not covered most insurance companies, including Ontario Health Insurance Plan (OHIP). However, on a case-by-case basis, they may be covered by auto injury insurance (MVA) or worker’s injury insurance (WSIB). Contact us for more information regarding coverage options.