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Applying a multidisciplinary approach to a complex case.
A 28-year-old fluoroscopy technician spontaneously developed familiar, aching low back discomfort one week ago. He indicated that, on average, he experiences one flare-up of back pain monthly, which lasts about one week, and resolves spontaneously. This recent flare-up is not resolving as expected. How would you treat him?
Neck pain, radiculopathy, and myelopathy are common presentations of cervical pathology across populations and age groups. Learn more about diagnosis and treatment in this article.
Continuous infusion of lumbar epidural corticosteroid effectively reduces inflammation and pain by “bathing” the suspect spinal structure over a three day period.
Electrical nerve blocks can be used to treat sciatica, a type of radiculopathy.
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