A cervical epidural steroid injection delivers steroids into the epidural space surrounding spinal nerve roots to help alleviate pain in the upper spine/neck.
Epidural Steroid Injections? Facet Joint Injections? Nerve Branch Root Blocks? What do all of these injections mean, and how do they affect the body? Our Injection Video Library provides an up-to-date listing of our interactive videos on the subject of injections.
The 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.
Learn about epidural steroid injections and how they are performed on the lumbar and cervical spine.
Watch an in-depth animated video about how lumbar epidural steroid injections work to reduce low back pain and leg pain, including a step-by-step overview of the procedure.
Facet Joint Blocks Video
An injection into the facet joints can be used to confirm an arthritis diagnosis or treat the pain from spinal osteoarthritis.
Learn how a facet joint injection delivers steroid medication which anesthetizes the joints and blocks the pain.
Lumbar radiofrequency neurotomy reduces or eliminates pain from damaged facet or sacroiliac joints by disrupting nerves that carry pain signals.
Explanation of medial branch block - a non-surgical treatment for back pain. Animated video explains the procedure and its benefits.
Learn about sacroiliac joint blocks and how they are performed in this video.
A sacroiliac joint injection is designed to diagnose and treat pain and inflammation from sacroiliac joint dysfunction.