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These are injections that deliver steroids into the epidural space around the spinal cord. They help reduce inflammation and alleviate pain caused by conditions like herniated discs, spinal stenosis, or nerve compression.
This procedure involves injecting a local anesthetic near the medial branch nerves that supply the facet joints in the spine. The goal is to temporarily block pain signals and help identify the source of pain.
These injections involve administering a combination of local anesthetic and corticosteroid directly into the facet joints of the spine. They can help alleviate pain and inflammation caused by conditions like arthritis or facet joint syndrome.
These trials involve the temporary implantation of a spinal cord stimulator device to determine its effectiveness in managing chronic pain. If successful, a permanent implantation may be considered.
These injections involve administering medication, typically a corticosteroid, directly into the area around the tailbone (coccyx) to alleviate pain resulting from conditions like coccydynia.
This method uses ultrasound imaging to guide the placement of injections, allowing for accurate delivery of medication to the targeted area without exposing the patient to ionizing radiation.