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Epidural steroid injections. A local anesthetic is injected into the epidural area, the space outside the spinal cord and nerve membrane, along with a steroid, The aim is to identify the source of the pain and to reduce inflammation and pain in the spinal nerve roots. Continue reading

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What is a Fluoroscopic-Guided Hip Injection?

A fluoroscopic-guided hip injection is a medical procedure that uses ultrasound images to inject an inflammation-reducing steroid into the part of the hip that is causing chronic pain. Continue reading

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An epidural steroid injection (ESI) is used to relieve the pain from lumbar spinal stenosis Continue reading

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Lumbar Steroid Injections – Results and Side Effects

Lumbar Steroid Injections – Results Injections can help relieve pain for a short period of time. They are not a long-term solution. Considerations As with all medical procedures, there can be side effects. Side effects can include infection, bleeding, nerve … Continue reading

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