Article on Chronic Pain Options Highlights the Need for Comprehensive Patient Care, Notes Dr. Seyed M. Rezaian

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Commenting on the recent article, the doctor explains that patients experiencing chronic back pain should not have to choose between pain reduction and increased mobility.

The UED procedure effectively treats back pain without having to remove the entire damaged disk.

Dr. Rezaian has performed this type of laser back surgery for more than a decade, and has seen countless patients experience tremendous improvements.

According to an article published September 22nd by, there are a variety of different treatments to help patients with chronic pain, the details of which differ based on where and to what extreme the patient feels pain. When talking specifically about back pain caused by spinal stenosis, the article explains that patients prioritize a reduction in pain before increased mobility when asked what they hope to get out of their treatment. According to the medical director of California Orthopedic Medical Clinic, Inc., Seyed M. Rezaian, M.D., Ph.D., F.R.C.S., F.I.C.S., patients should not have to swap one benefit for another when seeking treatment for their chronic back pain.

He explains that, to get patients back on their feet and allow them to be able to perform the job or daily tasks that their pain had been interfering with, improvements in both mobility and pain reduction are necessary. For his patients, Dr. Rezaian explains that he uses the minimally invasive Universal Endoscopic Discectomy technique to provide patients a proven avenue for relief. Dr. Rezaian has performed this type of laser back surgery for more than a decade, and has seen countless patients experience tremendous improvements. Benefits of the procedure include:

  • Decreased Pain – In an independent survey of patients who have had the UED procedure with Dr. Rezaian, it was shown that 90 percent of patients experienced pain reduction to the degree where they were able to return to a job that pain was preventing them from attending. Dr. Rezaian also notes that, of those patients, two thirds were able to return to these jobs without the assistance of painkillers. Dr. Rezaian explains that any time a patient is able to get out from under the cloud of painkillers is a victory, and both doctors and patients should aim higher than simply getting them back to a normal painkiller regimen.
  • Increased Mobility – This statistic outlining just how successful the UED can be at getting patients back to work also demonstrates the procedure’s benefits in terms of increased mobility. Dr. Rezaian explains that many of his patients have physically taxing jobs or hobbies, and the UED not only helps them to live life normally, but to truly thrive. He also explains that the UED procedure has such a low impact that patients do not have to contend with the longer down times that patients of other back procedure may have to deal with.

For those who have been considering back surgery to help with their chronic lower back pain, or for patients who have had a failed back procedure that has left them thinking no other options are available, the Universal Endoscopic Discectomy with Dr. Rezaian may provide relief. For more information, or to schedule a consultation today, interested patients can call California Orthopedic Medical Clinic, Inc. at 877-397-9616 or visit them online at

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