Treatment of thorax and back pains
Thoracic Epidural Nerve Block technic is highly effective on pain management through frequency increasing. Since the spinal cord is inside the thorax the physician who is going to perform the surgery must be significantly skilled regarding undertaking epidural anesthesia technics. In order to avoid surgery side effects, it is necessary to be fully aware of anatomical and physiological changes related to the Thoracic Epidural Nerve Block.
Herpes and post-herpes neuralgia
Acute secondary Post traumatic pains
Stimulation of the spinal cord
Not unlike other norouxial methods, in the following cases the Thoracic Epidural Nerve Block method must not be applied:
Infection in the spot under treatment or septicemia
Bleeding or clotting of blood such as thrombocytopenia and or in-taking of anti-coagulant drugs