Advanced imaging technology is used to precisely guide the injection into the proper epidural space.
What is an Epidural?
Epidural injections have been found to be an effective treatment option for individuals with neck pain that radiates down into the arms, often caused by a pinched nerve in the neck.
This treatment may help to reduce inflammation and pain in the affected area, assisting in alleviating headaches.
What are the Benefits of Epidurals?
Epidurals are efficient outpatient procedures. Advanced imaging technology is used to ensure injection precision and minimize risk of complications.
Epidural injections reduce irritation and inflammation for longer-term relief.
Types of Epidurals
Determine the best epidural for your condition.
What to Expect
You are free to return home following your epidural, but we advise against driving for the rest of the day. Most patients resume their normal daily activities the following day.
You may experience some relief immediately following your procedure, but it could take up to two weeks to feel the full effects.
Will I experience any side effects?
Will I need multiple epidurals?
How long does an epidural last?
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Is an epidural is right for you?
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