Spinal Injections have Proven to be an Effective Option for Managing Spine Conditions
Injections are used to reduce pain, increase mobility and avoid or delay the need for surgery.
Epidural Steroid Injection (ESI)
An epidural steroid Injection (ESI) is an outpatient procedure in which a steroid
(an anti-inflammatory medicine)
is injected into a very precise area of the epidural space of the spine,
using continuous X-ray guidance (fluoroscopy).
For comprehensive information about your injection at our Spine Center, read All About Your Spinal Injection (PDF).
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Please be sure to discuss all questions and concerns about epidural steroid injections and your spine care with your doctor.
A transforaminal epidural steroid injection (ESI) is an
advanced technique for spinal injections, in which medication is given to a
very specific area of the spine.