What is an Epidural steroid injection?
An Epidural steroid injection (ESI) is an injection that goes into the Epidural space of the spine,this space encases the spinal cord, spinal fluid and nerve roots. The ESI delivers a long acting steroid directly into the epidural space to help reduce pain by reducing inflammation around the nerves.
How does an Epidural Steroid Injection relieve my pain?
ESI typically are used to treat the pain that is radiating from lower back into the legs or from the neck into the arms. The ESI relieves the pain by decreasing the inflammation that is around the nerve root compression with a long acting steroid.
What can I expect during and after this procedure?
Published Clinical Evidence
Intravenous (IV) ketamine infusion therapy has emerged as a treatment option for a variety of chronic pain conditions including fibromyalgia, small fiber neuropathy, complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS), reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD) and psychiatric conditions including depression, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), suicidal ideation,
and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). Dr. Hanna is America’s top doctor offering IV Ketamine Infusion treatment, with over 1,000 treatments performed. Patients are reporting amazing, miraculous results with only a few treatments.
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Ketamine has a very safe track record and has been in use since the 1970s. Ketamine causes very little depression of a patient’s respiratory drive, which is why is has been attractive as an anesthetic agent in the military and in developing countries.
Our highly trained nurse practitioners or physician assistants will oversee your infusions and will monitor your vital signs through the process.
Even though Ketamine has a very high safety profile, all patients are placed on cardiac monitoring and pulse oxygenation monitoring. IVKetamine.com sets the standard for patient safety
At IVKetamine.com, each patient receives an infusion in a private room with observation by trained staff.