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Information About Sports Hernia Procedures

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Thoracic outlet syndrome occurs when the nerves and blood vessels within the thoracic outlet become compressed, causing various symptoms.

Axillary nerve compression and damage can cause significant pain and discomfort throughout the shoulder and arm due to various causes.

Post-mastectomy nerve pain is categorized by persistent, lingering pain following a mastectomy or lumpectomy procedure in women.

Post-hernia nerve pain can occur in both the groin and abdomen following a previous hernia repair procedure and may require additional treatment.

Dr. Anthony Echo is skilled to diagnose and treat the underlying cause and symptoms related to rectus muscle tears that are associated with hematomas.

When patients experience strain in the abductor muscles, Dr. Anthony Echo is prepared to diagnose and treat the condition with superior solutions.

Sports hernia repair may consist of nonsurgical treatment options or the use of the Muschaweck surgical technique to accurately treat your injury.

Hernia revision surgery may be necessary if a complication developed after an initial hernia repair surgery and various methods may be utilized.

Targeted muscle reinnervation (TMR) is performed for patients who have received an amputation in order to allow for a more functional prosthesis.

Pudendal nerve decompression surgery is used to treat pudendal nerve pain when conservative forms of therapy have failed to address a patient's pain.

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