Pain Management and COVID-19

How could the coronavirus benefit a pain practice?

Most medical practices get very busy with the day-to-day duties and operations of seeing patients and running the business. However, at this point, there is not much to do when you and all your patients have been asked to stay at home in order to avoid spreading the Coronavirus.

This mandate will give most doctors something they rarely have – free time. Of course, it’s completely natural to use the time to catch up with things that have been neglected, but there is something more important that you could be doing. You could be working on your future and the future of your practice.

This might be the perfect time to look into adding an innovative skillset to your practice, a skill set that can cure pain that originates in the cervical, thoracic and lumbar facets. Endoscopic spine surgery is something that you need to offer to your patients so they can get the benefit of permanent pain relief from your expertise.

Painful facets are not the only thing that you can treat with endoscopic spine surgery. Painful degenerative discs with toxic annular tears can be treated with endoscopic spine surgery too.