An End To Pain
The latest tech is helping dr. Ross-bishop put an end to pain
For those with chronic pain, the actual physical pain is often compounded by the agony of trying to find a cure and finding it ineffective. With each treatment that fails to end the pain, that mental anguish grows.
It’s at that moment, when all seems lost, that Dr. Priscilla Ross-Bishop offers a ray of hope.
“Our patients typically see us at the end of the road after other treatments or surgeries have failed or after chemotherapy has failed,” said Dr. Ross-Bishop. “This is very challenging, and oftentimes the struggle begins with instilling hope in the patient to even try and improve their situations.”
Instilling that hope is achieved through a fleet of high-tech services from platelet-rich plasma injections and stem cell injections to advanced neurological surgery techniques. According to Dr. Bishop, “The next leap in improving our spinal surgery technique may involve using endoscopes to perform spinal surgery.” Endoscopic spinal surgery offers significant advantages over traditional open or minimally invasive surgery. Dr. Bishop is the first offering this capability in this region with over 1,000 endoscopic spinal surgeries performed to date.
About the Doc Dr. Ross-Bishop is originally from Illinois and founded Neurological Spine and Pain in 2014 in Savannah after previously practicing at Optim Orthopedics for seven years. She earned her B.S. in biology from Illinois University in 1997 and her medical degree from Southern Illinois University – College of Medicine in 2002.
What Is Chronic Pain?
Chronic pain is pain that is ongoing and usually lasts longer than six months. This type of pain can continue even after the injury or illness that caused it has healed or gone away.Neurological Spine & Pain
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