Safety of cervical epidural steroid injections

When the disease is in its chronic form -as it usually happens after spine surgery or following the acute and subacute phase of radiculitis from disc herniation that had been undertreated with conservative therapy- neuroplasty (adhesiolysis) with Racz catheter  is indicated.
The American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians (ASIPP)  published evidence-based guidelines for invasive techniques in the management of chronic spinal pain.
According to these guidelines, there is strong evidence indicating the efficacy of neuroplasty with corticosteroids in the short and long-term control of pain in refractory radiculopathy and neuropathic spinal pain.

Safety of cervical epidural steroid injections

safety of cervical epidural steroid injections

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