Surgical Evaluation and Referral

Surgical Evaluation and Referral

What are Surgical Evaluation and Referral?

If a patient needs surgery on their spine, the next step is to ask their treating doctor for a referral to a spine surgeon. But it may not always be as easy as it sounds to get a referral to the right spine surgeon. There are many reasons for the problems, such as:

 

Other than who is the best spine surgeon to do a patient’s surgery, there are often a lot of other things that affect the referral.
Many people don’t know what kind of surgeon is best suited to do a certain kind of back surgery.
Patients may find it hard to figure out who the best spine surgeon is because they don’t have enough objective information.

 

Our practice can identify, the need for patients to see a surgeon. Prescreening the patient and referring only when surgical intervention is vitally necessary. We work with a handful of Surgeons in a multitude of specialties. We continually vet the physicians we work with for the best outcomes for our patients.
At Rejuvepain, the team looks into the spine surgeon that best suits the needs and procedure required for you.

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Quality And Highly Specialized Diagnostic Tests

1%

of healthcare funds worldwide are spent on diagnostic tests

70%

lab tests guide more than 70 percent of medical decisions

45%

of patients are diagnosed and treated better due to lab testing

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Are exosomes tested for HIV, Hepatitis and other infectious diseases?

Yes. Several diseases, including HIV, Hepatitis, and others, are tested in exosomes. Each package includes the results of the tests run.

How long do they last in your body?

Exosomes enter cells and release their message in less than 24 hours; they DO NOT remain in tissue; however, the miRNA and mRNA that are associated with the message do.

Are there any restrictions after the procedure?

There are really not many restrictions. Most patients return to work or their routine that day. You can exercise and do your normal routine. It is advised to avoid aspirin, Naproxen, Ibuprofen and other NSAIDs for 4 days following the procedure.

What preparation do I need for the day of the procedure?

Patients are advised to:
-Drink a lot of fluid one day prior to the procedure
-Avoid Aspirin, Naproxen, Ibuprofen and other NSAIDs 4 days prior to the procedure and 4 days after the procedure.