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... lped temporarily, but have had many a chiropractor, doctor, orthopedic doc, massage therapist, etc...... comment on my awful, tight neck muscles and reversal of cervical lordosis. ... (0 replies)
... I had my facet joint steroid injections two weeks ago. These were horrific compared to the Epidural steroid injections. The facet injections hurt quite a bit and I really didn't get any relief from them. Although I didn't get any bad side effects from them. ... (1 replies)
... in the past year. The second surgery which was for only one fusion didn't help the problems it was supposed to help. I have had two epidural steroid injections and am scheduled for a third as well as a cervical facet injection. The first epidural I had, directly into the neck, caused so much pain I almost passed out. ... (7 replies)

... I hated the cervical injections. The needle bugged me. ... (1 replies)
... I've had injections like you have described, in both my lumbar and cervical spine. The Dr who performs these for is an anesthesiologist and so had a lot of experience administering epidural injections. ... (14 replies)
... Injections of steroids into the lumbar epidural space are particularly useful for pain that radiates from the lower back into a leg. ... (5 replies)
... I'd be particulary interested if there are athletes out there who have experienced cervical disc injuries and have been able to return to a relatively active lifestyle. ... (9 replies)
... I had a nurse call my results saying "looks like just some arthritis." Then was referred to a pain doc for epidural steroid injections. ... (4 replies)
... Hi...I had a cervical ESI done a few weeks ago. ... (10 replies)
... I had a serious head injury (Plane dropped several thousand feet and I flew up hitting my head to celings and was knocked down) two years ago. My previous cervical MRI showed disc bulging at C3/C4, C4/C5, and C5/C6. My recent MRIs (April 2009) indicate: Cervical: -Reversal of normal lordosis. -Small Hemangioma in T1 Vertebra - Mild Spondylosis in multiple levels in... (0 replies)
... I agree with you about the epidural injections they dont hurt to get them,like everybody thinks,i also choose not to be sedated,but i also had issues afterwards,with other areas of my body,for instance when i got the lumber shot,i had remarkable pain relief in legs,but my upper spine and back was killing me,and when i had facets cervical i was out of it for at least 2 weeks my... (14 replies)
... I had my first cervical epidural in April. Procedure was relatively painless. ALL of my pain was relieved by the 3rd day following the injection. ... (7 replies)
... n, and he ordered a lumbar MRI which showed degeneration and two bulging discs, L4, L5 with some stenosis. He later referred me to a neurosurgeon, who ordered 3 epidural steroid injections which did little for me. ... (65 replies)
... I have tried Pt. and yes it was measured weakness in my left hand. I have tried 2 rounds of oral steroids and 2 Epidural Steroid injections now. After the second steroid injections I was in horrible pain, the steroids just did not help me. So no more oral or injections for me. ... (13 replies)
... Questions: 1) Whats the difference between nerve block versus epidural steroid injections- is one better than other for cervical issues 2) Besides PT/Medications, what are some of the alternatives that can be done at home and/or at therapy office for severe cervical and/or back pains- Things such as traction unit, sequential stimulator- are there others for massage or... (28 replies)
... Thanks NoChange. I had a serious head injury (Plane went down, I flew up, hit my head to celings, violently thrown off and knocked down -Unconscious. Attendent was paralyzed). I felt like "drunk" for several months. Head improved but Severe cervical, upper back, shoulders, arms etc. took over. This was more than 2 years ago. Recent cervical MRI showing several... (28 replies)
... I have tried cervical traction, Electrical stimulation, therapy, exercises, and now I am trying Epidural Cervical Injections. I just had my 2nd one yesterday. I received no relief from my first one. I'm hoping to receive relief from these because I do not want surgery. ... (6 replies)
... How does it differ from "traditional" cervical Epidural Steroid Injections? ... (6 replies)
... leak with one and ended up in the ER, but that is a risk you take. Generally, this is uncommon. Injections are far less invasive than surgery and if you're comparing the two, I'd definitely go for the injection. ... (9 replies)
... I had cervical injections and after the first set I got a nasty bout of folliculitis which neither the administering Dr. nor another gp would make correlation. ... (8 replies)

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