Close-up photo of a spinal x-rayAt Alliance Spine and Pain Centers, we’re leading the way to the future of pain relief with innovative, individualized, evidence-based treatments.

Learn more about emerging technology in pain management at Alliance Spine and Pain Centers.

Dr. Scott Masson and Vertiflex rep posting with the Superion Vertiflex treatment box.

Dr. Scott Masson Is Now Offering Superion Vertiflex Procedure

Alliance Spine and Pain Centers is excited to announce that Dr. Scott Masson now performs the Superion Vertiflex procedure as a treatment option for his patients. Superion Vertiflex is a minimally invasive front-line treatment option for stenosis patients that is essentially an indirect spinal decompression. It gives patients the opportunity to live a more functional life. Learn more about one of our patient’s experience and positive results from this treatment under the care of Alliance’s Dr. Rosenfeld.

With innovative interventional pain treatments, our best-in-class physicians are leading the way to the future of pain relief. We are excited Dr. Masson will extend this care to a greater volume of Atlanta area patients. If you have any questions about the Superion Vertiflex procedure, Alliance Spine and Pain is here to help.

Reach out to any of our pain care specialists to make an appointment or by giving us a call at 770-929-9033.

Three men standing in an operating room at Alliance Spine and Pain Centers

Dr. David Rosenfeld of Alliance Spine and Pain Centers Teaches Course in Groundbreaking DRG Procedure

Alliance Spine and Pain Centers remains at the forefront of pain management by demonstrating the latest in best practices. Dr. David Rosenfeld recently did just that while teaching a course in dorsal root ganglion (DRG) therapy at the Medical Education and Research Institute in Memphis, Tenn.

Two physicians performing a procedure on a cadaver

Dr. Preteesh Patel during the procedure

Teaching the class alongside Dr. Rosenfeld was noted Alabama-based physician Dr. Michael Cosgrove. The pair demonstrated the placement of the Proclaim™ DRG Neurostimulator System in the lumbar and sacral spine of a cadaver. 

Dorsal root ganglion (DRG) therapy is a non-opioid therapy designed to manage difficult-to-treat chronic pain in specific areas of the lower body, such as the foot, knee, or groin. Pain in those areas is sometimes related to a cluster of nerves called the dorsal root ganglia. The Proclaim™ DRG Neurostimulator System can provide proven therapy to aid in treatment of chronic pain in those areas.

A total of 12 physicians from around the country attended the course, including Dr. Preetesh Patel of Alliance Spine and Pain Centers. 

“Having the opportunity to share groundbreaking therapies and procedures with my colleagues is a true honor and privilege,” says Dr. Rosenfeld. “It’s part of Alliance Spine and Pain Centers’ commitment to both our patients and the field.”

X-ray of an Inspan Interspinous Fixation Device

Alliance Performs First Interspinous Fixation Device in the State

David J. Rosenfeld, MD

Dr. David J. Rosenfeld performed the first Inspan Interspinous Fixation Device in Georgia.

As the leaders of the future of pain relief, Alliance Spine and Pain Center is proud to offer groundbreaking pain management treatments. In March 2021, we continued to demonstrate our leadership in the interventional pain management field when Dr. David J. Rosenfeld implanted the first Inspan Interspinous Fixation Device​ in the state of Georgia. 

By treating the underlying problem causing pain, this new interspinous fixation technique is minimally invasive and can provide lasting relief. Inspan opens the spinal canal and the foramen to relieve nerve compression. Then, it decompresses and fixates the facet joints to immobilize them for the bony surfaces to fuse, providing additional nerve compression relief.

Alliance Spine and Pain Centers is excited to offer the Inspan procedures along with many other innovative, integrated, and evidence-based treatments. We are proud of Dr. David Rosenfeld’s efforts to help Alliance continue to offer advanced technology to help relieve our patients’ pain.

If you have any questions about the Inspan Procedure, Alliance Spine and Pain is here to help. Reach out to any of our pain care specialists by clicking here or by giving us a call at 770-929-9033.