Epiduroscopy Spinal Epiduroscopy the Book

Endoscopy of  the spinal canal -  Epiduroscopy (EDS)- has proven to  be
a safe, efficient and future-oriented interventional endoscopic
procedure for everyday clinical use in diagnosing and managing pain
syndromes.
Epiduroscopy can be used in the sacral, lumbar, thoracic and even
cervical regions of the spine to identify pathological structures,
carry out tissue biopsies and perform epidural pain provocation tests
to assess the pain relevance of visualized anomalies, making it an
excellent diagnostic tool.

Spinal endoscopy allows targeted epidural analgesic pharmacologic
therapy for affected nerve roots or other painful regions in the
epidural space.
Treatment options provided by Epiduroscopy include laser-assisted
adhesiolysis or resection of pain-generating fibrosis, catheter
placement, as well as support   with other invasive procedures for pain
relief.
Professional EDS management enhances a multimodal philosophy and opens
up new treatment strategies for patients. If used early on, it can
control pain well before chronicity sets in.

Epiduroscopy Spinal Endoscopy