Facet joint infiltration

PRT (periradicular therapy) is minimally-invasive, targeted pain therapy at the nerve root in the area of the lumbar and thoracic spines.

To perform PRT, a very fine needle is placed in the vicinity of the nerve root and the medicinal therapy is subsequently conducted at the location where the pain occurs.

The answers to the most frequently asked questions on the topic of PRT can be found under the heading PRT - Frequently asked questions.

In our practice PRT is performed by two specialists who have been specially trained for this (Dr. Strauswald and Dr. Remplik).

Facet joint infiltration is minimally-invasive, targeted pain therapy at the small vertebral joints in the area of the lumbar and thoracic spines.
When facet joint infiltration is performed, a very fine needle is placed in the vicinity of the small vertebral joints and the medicinal therapy is subsequently conducted at the location where the pain occurs.

The answers to the most frequently asked questions on the topic of facet joint infiltration can be found under the heading Facet joint infiltration - Frequently asked questions.

In our practice facet joint infiltration is performed by two specialists who have been specially trained for this (Dr. Strauswald and Dr. Remplik).

Facet joint infiltration

Facet joint infiltration