Chronic groin & testicular pain affects over 100,000 men annually. Quite often this chronic pain is the result of previous surgery or trauma such as a hernia repair, kidney removal, accident involving the scrotal region or pelvis, vasectomy or a number of infections. Majority of chronic testicular or groin pain is from unknown causes. If you regularly experience testicular or groin pain, there is a solution that can allow you to enjoy a better quality of life without chronic pain.
The Solution to Chronic Testicular Pain
The PUR Clinic is a world renowned medical facility in Clermont, FL which takes a personalized approach using research and experience to help patients with chronic groin, testicular, and pelvic pain. The surgeons available through the PUR clinic are pioneers in the field of robotic microsurgery. There experiences allows them to treat conditions such as chronic testicular pain in a stepwise minimally invasive manner. Procedures may include nerve blocks, targetted denervation, micro-cryoablation, botox blocks, and abdominal neurolysis. All solutions for chronic testicular or groin pain are catered to the patient and their history.
The Cause of Testicular Groin Pain
The cause of chronic testicular pain lies most directly in the nerves and our nervous system. After a traumatic event occurs or due to unknown causes, men can develop damage in our nerve fibers which will result in constant irritation and occasional inflammation. This means that we can be left with a constant feeling of swelling or pressure as well as pain and discomfort.
With the help of surgery from the group at The PUR Clinic, South Lake Hospital it is possible to perform a number of conservative and minimally invasive therapies to classify and remedy chronic pain in patients as a result of nerve damage. With the help of robotic aided microsurgery it is possible to preserve nerve fibers and to reduce chronic groin pain with targeted surgical techniques. These techniques offer more promising results than traditional aggressive methods such as removal of the testicle (orchiectomy) or removal of the epididymis (epididymectomy) with a quicker recovery time.