MN Injury Lawyer: Radiofrequency Neurotomies – RFN

Whiplash, sustained in a car accident or truck accident, can cause severe neck pain. If imaging shows no neck injury, your doctor will first recommend treatment through non-invasive measures. These treatments offer remediation for soft tissue injuries and include: medication behavior modification physical therapy chiropractic adjustment injections into the joint If the pain does not abate … [Read more...]

MN Personal Injury Lawyer: Spinal Laminectomy

Laminectomy is surgery to remove the lamina, two small bones that make up a vertebra in your back. It is often necessary for relief for a herniated disc, especially trauma-induced herniated discs. Approximately 75% of all patients who undergo a laminectomy will experience significant relief of symptoms and improvement in function. Risks for spine surgery are: Infection in wound or vertebral … [Read more...]

MN Personal Injury Lawyer: Herniated Disc Injury

A herniated disc is a disc that slips out of place or ruptures. The spinal disc is a soft cushion that sits between each vertabrae of the spine. A herniated disc occurs when the cushion that sits between the spinal vertebra is pushed outside its normal position, pinching the spinal nerves that are very close to the edge of these spinal discs. With age, the spinal disc gradually looses its … [Read more...]

Minnesota Personal Injury Lawyer: Spinal Injury

Spinal cord injuries usually begin with a blow that fractures or dislocates the vertebrae, the bone discs that make up your spine. Most injuries do not sever the spinal cord. Instead, the blow will displace bone fragments and disc material, bruise ligaments, tear into cord tissue, or press down on the nerve parts that carry signals. This compression of the nerve can crush and destroy axons, … [Read more...]