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spineadvisor: Neck & Back Pain eNewsletter from January 23, 2008
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Pain Management 101: Epidural Steroid Injections
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I am having an epidural steroid injection for my low back pain. I am just wondering—does the injection hurt, and will it actually reduce my pain? Will I need to have multiple injections?
— Vancouver, BC
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These are all great questions to ask because they show that you’re taking an active role in your treatment plan for your low back pain.

Let’s first address that big question that worries many people going in for an epidural steroid injection:  Will it hurt?  The answer is both yes and no...
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Lawrence M. Kamhi, MD This Week's Expert:
Lawrence M. Kamhi, MD
Interventional Pain Management
Beth Israel Hospital
New York, NY
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Back and Neck Pain Relief
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Wellness and Lifestyle
Airbags + Seat Belts = Spine Protection

Airbags and Seatbelts Equal Spine Protection

Car accidents are the #1 cause of spinal cord injuries. We don’t want to scare you…just give you a few good reminders of why you should buckle up for your back. One of the best reasons is that your airbag is more effective at preventing injury if you have your seat belt on. Also... Read More

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