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A cocktail of drugs is injected into the epidural space. Commonly used drugs are long lasting local anaesthetic and long lasting steroid, which are supposed to decrease inflammation, swelling and pain. The procedure also has diagnostic value helping your doctor to accurately identify the cause of pain.

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Also known as Nerve Block

A cocktail of drugs is injected around the nerve at the point where it exits the spinal canal. Commonly used drugs are long lasting local anesthetic and long lasting steroid, which are supposed to decrease inflammation, swelling and pain. The procedure also has diagnostic value helping your doctor to accurately identify the cause of pain.

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Also referred to as Rotator Cuff Block

A shoulder joint block is a combination of commonly used local anesthetic and long lasting steroid injected into the joint. These drugs decrease inflammation, swelling and pain. The procedure also has diagnostic value helping your doctor to accurately identify the cause of pain.

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Sacro-iliac joints connect your spine to the pelvis. They can sometimes become inflamed and swollen resulting in lower back pain and muscular spasm.
 
A sarco-iliac joint block is a combination of commonly used local anesthetic and long lasting steroid. These drugs decrease inflammation, swelling and pain. The procedure also has diagnostic value helping your doctor to accurately identify the cause of pain.

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Percutaneous vertebroplasty is a procedure used to treat painful compression fracture of the vertebra – the small bones of the spine. It consists of placing a hollow needle into the crushed bone and administering special medical cement called PMMA.

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