Pressure Anesthesia

Pressure anesthesia is a method of pain relief which is used to treat a variety of medical conditions. Pressure anesthesia works by applying pressure to the affected area to stimulate nerve endings and reduce the sensation of pain. This technique has been found to be particularly effective for treating chronic pain, such as back pain or arthritis. Pressure anesthesia is a safe, non-invasive alternative to other pain relief methods and has no known side effects. Pressure anesthesia is used in a variety of medical procedures and can be used alone or in combination with other treatments to reduce pain and improve patient satisfaction.


From: International Journal of Anesthesia

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