Chiropractic

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Chiropractic Services in Las Vegas

Back Pain??  We have solutions.  We offer a great procedure at Red Rock Surgery Center to get you back on your feet and reduce or eliminate your pain or need for dangerous medications.

The procedure is calledi Manipulation Under Anesthesia  or  MUA..   The procedure is very similar to the adjustment done in the doctors' offices but it is done without the protective guarding and spasm present when you are awake.

Feel free to watch this great video overview!

If you have shoulder or back problems, just call for a skilled Chiroprator in Las Vegas that can help!

702-227-5848

Nevro Spinal Cord Stimulator

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Nevro Spinal Cord Stimulator

The only spinal cord stimulation system proven to provide more patients more relief in more pain areas—with no paresthesia (vibration or tingling sensation).

Personal Injury

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Personal Injury

Our center is equipped and staffed to care for the needs of those injured at home or at work through your own fault, no fault or the fault of a negligent driver or employer or trauma.

We have a network of pain doctors, ENT, Orthopedic, Plastic Surgeons, Chiropractors, Primary Care Doctors, Hand and Eye Doctors and attorneys.

Just let us know how we can help with 

Slip and Fall

Car Accident 

Injury

Trauma

Broken Bones

Concussions

Contusions

Even if you are uninsured or undeinsured, we have doctors that are available to help and accept a lien in liu of immediate payment and are often willing to wait until your case is settled for payment for goods and services.

Red Rock Surgery Center is a freestanding, multi-specialty ambulatory surgery center where surgeons perform a broad range of procedures. Founded over 15 years ago and fully licensed by the state of Nevada and the federal Medicare programs and is AAAHC accredited. Red Rock Surgery Center offers a safe, convenient, highly technology, cost effective alternative to inpatient hospitalization.

Today, outpatient surgery in the freestanding setting has become more than accepted; it has grown to be the preferred alternative.  With a more favorable cost structure and greatly reduced risk of hospital acquired infections, you will quickly see why our patients are happy with the outomces achieved by our doctors and the caring atmosphere of our staff

 

Charitible Surgical Care for Las Vegas, NV

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If you or someone you know needs surgical services, feel free to reach out.  We will do our best to coordinate the provision of these goods or services.

 

If you are more fortunate and able to contribute to the care of the poor or needy, please visit our portal at gofundme.com

 

 

Expert Pain Management In Las Vegas

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Our Services 

Red Reck Surgery Center and our Staff Pain Doctors provide a full range of pain management solutions to reduce or eliminate your pain.

Conditions Treated Include:

 

  • Neck Pain
  • Back Pain
  • Radiating Pain
  • Sciatica
  • Radiculapathy
  • Chest Wall Pain
  • Certain Types of Headaches
  • Cancer Pain
  • Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy
  • Post-Herpetic Neuralgia (Shingles)
  • Facet Arthropathy
  • Myofacial Syndrome
  • Vertebral Compression Fracture
  • Complex Regional Pain Syndrome 

 

Treatment Options Include:

  • Epidural Steroid Injection, Lumbar, Thoracic or Cervical
    • Also referred to as an epidural block, pain medication is injected in to the epidural space around your spinal cord and spinal nerves, stopping the nerves from transmitting pain signal
    •  Used to treat: neck, mid-back, lower back pain and radiating pain.
       
  • Sympathetic Nerve Blocks
    • An injection of anesthetic into different nerves to determine if there is damage to the sympathetic nerve chain.
    • Used to treat: nerve pain, reflex sympathetic dystrophy or complex regional pain syndrome in the arms or legs.
       
  • Trigger Point Injections
    • Injection of a local anesthetic into a tight band of muscles (called a trigger point) to alleviate pain.
    • Used to treat: extremely painful areas of muscle, specifically in the arms, legs, lower back, and neck.
       
  • Intercostal Nerve Block
    • Injection of a local anesthetic between the two ribs where the intercostal nerve is located, temporarily blocking or disrupting painful nerve impulses.
    • Used to treat: upper back, chest and rib pain.
       
  • Facet Joint Injection
    • A small amount of anesthetic and anti-inflammatory medication is injected in the area of the facet joint.
    • Used to treat: neck, back, or leg pain caused by inflammation, irritation, or arthritis of the facet joints.
       
  • Radiofrequency Denervation
    • Heat energy is used to alter small sensory nerves around the spinal joints that are causing pain.
    • Used to treat: lower back pain.
       
  • Selective Nerve Root Block
    • The region around an irritated nerve root is isolated and injected with an anti-inflammatory medication.
    • Used to treat: symptoms of a herniated disc, sciatica, or swelling/irritation of the nerve roots.
       
  • Sacro-Iliac Joint Injections
    • An injection of cortisone into the joints in the lower back.
    • Used to treat: lower back pain from inflammation and/or swelling of the joint tissue.
       
  • Spinal Cord/Peripheral Nerve Stimulation
    • A pacemaker-sized stimulator device is surgically implanted under the skin. It electrically activates a pain-inhibiting process and causes a tingling sensation that masks pain. The stimulator sends pulsed electrical signals to the spinal cord to control chronic pain.
    • Used to treat: lower back pain and leg pain. 
       
  • Intrathecal Pain Pumps
    • Like the spinal cord stimulator, an intrathecal pump is a pacemaker-sized specialized device that is surgically implanted under the skin. The pump delivers concentrated amounts of pain-relieving medications into the spinal fluid area through a small catheter (tubing).
    • Used to treat: lower back pain
       
  • Vertebroplasty and Kyphoplasty
    • These are minimally invasive procedures for vertebral compression fractures that occur in the small bones that make up the spinal column. The fractures are most common in people with the bone-thinning condition osteoporosis. In vertebroplasty, physicians inject a special cement mixture through a needle into the fractured bone. In kyphoplasty, a balloon is first inserted through the needle into the fractured bone to create a cavity or space to restrict where the cement goes.
    • Used to treat: vertebral compression fractures. 
       
  • Piriformis Injections
    • Injection temporarily eliminates pain by stopping muscle spasm, helping to determine if piriformis muscle contractures are involved in the cause of the pain.
    • Used to treat: buttock and sciatica-type pains.
       
  • Ganglion Impar Block
    • Injection of a steroid and anesthetic around the ganglion impar nerves in the lower spine to block pain impulses.
    • Used to treat: chronic pelvic pain
       
  • Discography
    • A pressure gauge measures the pressure of the spinal discs to identify the source of pain, then contrast dye is injected to determine the shape of the disc.
    • Used to: determine the source of persistent spinal pain and identify the best treatment method