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Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery Performed by Scottsdale's Top Pain Management Doctor

Dr. Sham Vengurlekar uses minimally invasive spine surgery to target the actual source of pain in his patients rather than using alternative methods to dull or block out the pain.

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., April 11, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Chronic back pain is something that can stick with someone for many years, if not the rest of their life. But the top pain management doctor in Scottsdale, Dr. Sham Vengurlekar, has a solution to fix it.

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Rather than taking action to curb or dull the pain itself, Dr. V. targets the source and root cause. If you are suffering from chronic back pain in your daily life, Dr. Vengurlekar and the Premier Pain Institute have an affordable solution with minimally invasive spine surgery, which treats the source of pain while allowing patients a quick recovery time.

For years, procedures for taking action against back pain involved multiple surgeries, sticking gigantic needles in a patient's back and injecting a patient's spine with a large volume of steroids in an attempt to eliminate the pain. But with recent advancements in medical technology combined with the skilled hands of a professional like Dr. Vengurlekar, patients no longer have to suffer through painful and lengthy procedures.

Unlike an epidural injection, which inserts a large needle into the middle of the spine and injects large quantities of steroid into the outermost layer surrounding the spinal cord, one of Dr. Vengurlekar's minimally invasive spine surgeries is a small, precise, injection that uses a local anesthetic and a small amount of steroid to hit very close to the nerve station and relieve back pain.

As the top pain management doctor in Scottsdale, one of Dr. Vengurlekar's many cutting-edge procedures typically require no potentially addictive pain narcotics, and patients are able to go home within an hour after the procedure's conclusion. Rather than handing patients off to nurse practitioners for routine exams, Dr. Vengurlekar personally sees each patient at every visit. Dr. Vengurlekar performs more than 60 different procedures that specialize in chronic pain relief.

Certified in surgery and minimally invasive procedures for pain, Dr. Vengurlekar uses the latest technologies to offer pain-relieving procedures that are less painful, covered by most major insurances and that offer reduced recovery times. For more information, contact Dr. Vengurlekar and the Premier Pain Institute at http://www.azpainmd.com.

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Media Contact: Top Pain Management Doctor Scottsdale, Premier Pain Institute, 480 314 2288, [email protected]

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