Facet Joint Injections

This procedure can help diagnose facet joint syndrome and relieve pain and discomfort.
Local anesthetic is used for this procedure.
A fluroscope is used to guide a needle to facet joint.
Injection is anesthetic and inflammatory.
If pain subsides after facet joint injection, then facet joint syndrome is the correct diagnosis.
Some pain may start to come back after a few days or several weeks, which may indicate more treatment is needed.

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