Cryoablation is an innovative therapeutic method to treat pain that uses the effects of very low temperature to temporarily interrupt sensory functions in certain structures of the nervous system. On 9 September, EuroPainClinics specialist MUDr. Peter Lenčéš, conducted a professional seminar on this topic for the University Hospital with the F. D. Roosevelt Polyclinic at Banská Bystrica.

The University Hospital in Banská Bystrica is one of the first Slovak hospitals facilities to have a new cryosurgery device to carry out procedures using the cryoablation method. In the framework of a programme of professional seminars, MUDr. Peter Lenčéš gave a lecture in which he shared the clinical experience of EuroPainClinics, which has been using the method in the treatment of back pain, joint pain and joint connections for a long time. MUDr. Róbert Rapčan, FIPP, MBA, PhD., Medical Director of EuroPainClinics, also contributed with his expert input.

The seminar provided comprehensive information on cryosurgery equipment and its technical parameters and functions, as well as a whole host of other useful information for indicating and accurately diagnosing patients for cryoablation procedures. The seminar was attended by doctors and nurses from the Pain Management Clinic headed by the head of the clinic Doc. Igor Martuliak, M.D., PhD and the II Clinic of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine headed by the Deputy Head Michal Venglarčík, M.D., PhD.,





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