PLDD= Percutaneous Laser
Disc Decompression


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Approved by the FDA in 1991 and recognized by the AMA (American Medical Association), PLDD is a true and pure minimal invasive laser treatment performed on an outpatient basis (or with 24 hours of hospital stay) using only local anesthesia.  The herniated disc is like a balloon with a wake spot. Inflating it will cause a buldge (protrusion) or the herniation. Pai ...

Background: Percutaneous laser disc decompression (PLDD) for patients with lumbar disc herniation is believed to be cheaper than surgery. However, cost-effectiveness has never been studied. Materials and Methods: A cost utility analysis was performed alongside a randomized controlled trial comparing PLDD and conventional surgery. Patients reported their quality of lif ...

I want to give my personal thanks to the organization committee of the next Operations Abroad Worldwide (OAWW) international conference that will be held in Manchester (UK) 26-28 March for their kind invitation for keynote lectures on "The Failed Back Surgery Syndrome" and "PLDD: State of the Art". Gian Paolo Tassi   ...

A slipped disc, or a disc herniation / protrusions, can cause much pain and lead to restricted mobility. Unfortunately, treatment options through the NHS are limited and many sufferers are now looking to overseas health clinics for alternative remedies. One popular procedure available internationally is Percutaneous Laser Disc Decompression (PLDD), an outpat ...

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