Tweet Print Cervical epidural steroid injections relieve neck pain, shoulder pain, and arm pain caused by a pinched nerve or nerves in the cervical spine. It can be used to treat herniated discs, spinal stenosis, and radiculopathy. Related Articles: Summary of Cervical Herniated Disc Treatment OptionsHow Epidural Steroid Injections WorkChronic Neck Pain: What Condition is Causing My Neck Pain?Cervical Herniated Disc Symptoms and Treatment OptionsWhat Is Degenerative Disc Disease? Related Videos: Chiropractic Adjustment of the Cervical Spine (Neck) VideoA video demonstration of chiropractic adjustments to the cervical spine, performed by a chiropractor to relieve neck pain.Cervical Spinal Stenosis VideoUnderstand cervical stenosis and its symptoms, causes and treatment options in this animated and interactive cervical spinal stenosis video. Cervical Herniated Disc VideoSee what a cervical herniated disc looks like and understand its symptoms, causes, and treatments in this animated cervical herniated disc video. Cervical Selective Nerve Root Block VideoThe cervical selective nerve root block is an injection is designed to help relieve neck pain, shoulder pain, and/or arm pain caused by a pinched nerve in the cervical spine.