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What is a Injections?
Spinal injections can be used to provide temporary relief from chronic neck or back pain, or to diagnose the source of the pain. The goal of injections is typically to use a combination of a numbing agent and a corticosteroid to reduce inflammation around a nerve, thereby easing symptoms. These injections can be used for diagnostic purposes, helping doctors pinpoint a specific nerve as the source of pain.
Spinal injections are usually recommended if more basic treatments have not been successful in relieving pain related to a spine condition. Common spine conditions include:
Arthritis of the spine
Specific symptoms of spinal nerve compression caused by the above conditions include localized pain, radiating pain, tingling, numbness or muscle weakness.
Types of injection treatments
Areas where steroidal injections are commonly administered include the epidural space, which protects the spinal cord, and the facet joints that link the vertebrae. Injections can also be administered to the sacroiliac, or SI joints, which is where the sacrum and the pelvis meet. Different types of injections include:
Facet joint injection
Sacroiliac joint block injections
Selective nerve root block (SNRB)
Medial branch nerve blocks
Trigger point injections
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Incisions made are 5 millimeters or less in length, allowing for minimal scar tissue and less infection risk