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At Spine Intervention Clinic epidural steroid injection are the main treatment offered for chronic pain as well as the “Epidural Spinal Injection Portland”. The thirty minute procedure is a quick, painless mechanism offered by Dr. Bespaly and his team to reduce inflammation at the site of the pain and increase long-lasting results for overall pain management. An epidural steroid injection is relatively preferred because the patient is allowed to return to a normal daily routine

Minimally invasive an injection can relieve neck, back, arm and leg pain associated with inflamed spinal nerves. A numbing agent coupled with an anti-inflammatory steroid are entered into the epidural space delivering short or long term pain relief to the patient. Patients can expect to experience pain relief anywhere from 1-5 days after treatment. Repeat treatments are available up to two weeks after the initial treatment

What causes Neck, back, shoulder and leg pain

You might be asking yourself, what causes neck, back, shoulder and leg pain? Below are some of the listed reasons:

  • Muscle Pain
  • Poor posture
  • Trauma
  • Degenerative diseases
  • Abnormalities in the bones and joints
  • Tumors
  • Pinched nerves
  • Dislocation
  • Strains from overexertion
  • Tendonitis from overuse
  • Shoulder/joint instability
  • Collar or upper shoulder fractures
  • Frozen shoulder

The list might seem extensive, but treatment is available for strains, trauma, nerve damage and overuse. Spine Intervention Clinic offers cervical injections, lumbar pain injections, sacroiliac injections, facet injection and thoracic injections specifically designed to target trouble areas and relieve pain associated with different parts of the body. If you have just been in an accident or if you have already had back surgery and there is residual pain you may be a great candidate for injections.

Over time our bodies change and adjust to daily activities. Long-term chronic pain in the shoulder, neck, back or leg is a clear indication that some kind of treatment is necessary in order to help alleviate or diagnose the problem. Most patients benefit from injections which can provide long-term pain relief in many cases.