What are Fluoroscopy Guided Epidural Injections?

Epidural Injections

An epidural injection can be given to relieve pain symptoms associated with a disease or disorder, such as lumbar radiculopathy, or lower back pain. Epidural injections deliver steroidal or pain-blocking medication to the exact location where nerve pain is occurring.

Administering an epidural injection can be difficult when there is scar tissue, swelling or other obstructions preventing accurate placement of an injection needle. This is where Fluoroscopic technology can be helpful.

Fluoroscopy Guided Epidural Injections

Fluoroscopy Guided Injections are done using a visually aided computer system and x-ray technology, which drastically increases the successful delivery of medication to the pain area.

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