Cervical Spine

Cervical (neck) pain with and without radiation into the upper extremities is typically due to cervical disk herniation and compression of a nerve.  If a patient has failed physical therapy and conservative treatments, we can offer cervical transforaminal epidural injections.  This outpatient, minimally invasive procedure involves injecting a small amount of anti-inflammatory into the epidural space in an effort to reduce inflammation and irritation.

Cervical Epidural Steroid Injection

Cervical Epidural

Cervical Facet Radio Frequency Neurotomy

Cervical Facet Radio Frequency Ablation

Axial neck pain is typically due to cervical facet joint disease, and if a patient fails to improve with physical therapy and conservative measures, we can treat this condition with a safe, painless outpatient procedure in which we inject a small amount of anesthetic and anti-inflammatory into the involved joints.  If this procedure is successful in producing temporary pain relief, we can then perform a radio frequency ablation in which we use heat to rennervate the involved joints and produce pain relief for an extended period of time.  

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