Complications: Potential side effects of neurolytic blocks can be severe and dangerous and include neuritis and worsening pain from the dead nerve. This is called deafferentation pain. Motor deficits can also be seen when mixed nerves are targeted, and since a liquid is used unintentional damage to nontargeted tissue can also occur. All of these lists are explained for the specific block for the specific person that will be receiving it and they differ depending upon the block and the problem. Many of these blocks are reserved for patients with cancer.
Diagnostic Imaging of Milford accepts all major and most secondary insurances. Patients are expected to bring their insurance card to the office at the time of their examination. Claims are submitted through our billing company, McKesson Corp. For questions regarding patient statements and insurance, patients may call (800) 360-4391. Fees for non-covered services and co-payments are expected at the time of your visit.
*We strongly recommend that patients call our office if their insurance carrier is not listed. Additional insurances are added frequently.
Honestly, I wasted time and procrastinated over having surgery as I had never met anyone my age (52), and thought I was too young, and only had experience of hip replacement in the emergency situation when people have fallen etc and fractured the neck of Femur. I had several injections, none of which ever really worked, and on occasion made the pain worse. I'm now day 12 post op replacement, and honestly, yes, its not been comfortable, and it looks like I may have some wound infection starting up, but that horrific, relentless pain, fatigue and bone on bone grinding is gone. I wish I had given in a year ago and seen sense