News just in from our client, Pain Management & Spine Care about Caudal Epidural for Herniated Disc Pain:

A caudal epidural is a type of injection containing hydrocortisone (steroid) and local anesthetic, which is used to relieve a painful area in the spinal canal due to a herniated disc. Doctors at Spring Hill pain management have dealt with these cases many times. This injection provides immense relief to long-suffering patients.

According to the National Center for Biotechnology Information, 5 to 20 cases of herniated disk occur in every 1000 adults. It’s most common among people above 50 years old and it’s more prevalent in men than women.

WHAT HAPPENS DURING A CAUDAL EPIDURAL?

Your pain management doctor in Spring Hill will explain the procedure before you proceed with treatment. This injection is considered as an outpatient procedure, hence the patient can go home after the treatment. It takes about 20 minutes to complete the procedure, including the preparations. However, the patient is atrongly advised to bring a companion as the doctor will most likely not allow the patient to drive himself home.

Click the link below to find out more:

Caudal Epidural for Herniated Disc Pain

 

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