Spinal Injection / Nerve Block Therapies for Back Pain

Your spine specialist may recommend a spinal injection or nerve block procedure to diagnose and relieve neck or back pain, which may radiate into the arms and legs. Injection therapies may be included as part of your multidisciplinary treatment program that includes medication and physical therapy.
Rear view of a man holding his back in painWhen back pain is intense, it can bring your daily activities to a complete stop.Photo Source:123RF.com.Spinal injections and nerve blocks are performed by different types of medical specialists, including physiatrists, pain management doctors, and spine surgeons. Most injection procedures are performed in an outpatient facility or ambulatory spine center.

Spinal Epidural Injections

Cervical (Neck) Epidural Injection

Thoracic (Mid Back) Epidural Injection

Costotransverse and Costovertebral Joint Injection

Cervical, Thoracic and Lumbar Interlaminar Epidural Injection

Transforaminal Epidural Injections Treat Leg and Back Pain

Epidural Steroid Injections for Low Back Pain

Lumbar (Low Back) Epidural Injection

Caudal (Sacral spinal canal) Epidural Injection

Spinal Nerve Block Injections

Cervical, Thoracic, Lumbosacral Nerve Block

Cervical, Thoracic, Lumbosacral Medial Branch Block

Sympathetic Nerve Block

Spinal Joint Injections

Cervical (Neck) Facet Joint Injection

Thoracic (Mid Back) Facet Joint Injection

Lumbar (Low Back) Facet Joint Injection

Sacroiliac Joint (SI Joint) Injections

Muscle Pain Injection Therapy

Trigger Point Injections

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