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Procedure Highlight: Transforaminal Epidural Steroid Injection

Radiculopathy is characterized by pain, numbness, or tingling shooting down the arms or legs from the spine, generally caused by nerve compression from a variety of issues, including sciatica. We can perform multiple types of epidural injections to help diagnose the cause as well as give you short term to long term pain relief! 

Contact us today to set up a consult, or for regular patients, talk to the staff at your next follow up!

Below is an actual depiction of a transforaminal epidural steroid injection being performed in the lumbar spine under x-ray guidance. 

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