Three patients, 2 male and 1 female were diagnosed with pudendal neuralgia. The female patient developed pudendal neuralgia secondary to post-herpetic neuralgia. The two male patients were caused from likely repetitive sitting injury. One patient was a truck driver causing him to sit for long periods of time and the other patient was a professional writer. The three patient initially all attempted conservative therapies, however their pain persisted. They elected to undergo Trans-sacrococcygeal joint ganglion impar injection for treatment of pudendal neuralgia.
Recommended CitationMcAuliffe, MD, Matthew and Zhou, MD, Linqiu, "Trans-sacrococcygeal Joint Ganglion Impar Injection for Treatment of Pudendal Neuralgia (3 cases report)" (2013). Department of Rehabilitation Medicine Faculty Papers. Paper 21.