Pain Management Overview Interventional Spine Procedures Interventional Therapeutic Injections

Lumbar Facet Injection Lumbar Epidural Steroid Injection Lumbar Sympathetic Nerve Block Injection Cervical Facet Injection Cervical Sympathetic Nerve Block Injection Caudal Epidural Steroid Injection Sacroiliac Joint Injection Discography Diagnostic Injection Trigger Point Injection Cervical Epidural Steroid Injection

A caudal epidural steroid injection involves injecting a steroid and anesthetic like lidocaine through the spine, into the epidural space, where inflamed and irritated spinal nerves are located.  The epidural steroid injection is used to treat neck and back pain.  The steroid reduces the inflammation and irritation, while the lidocaine provides pain and spasm relief.  The medicine spreads to the most painful levels of the spine. The caudal epidural steroid injection procedure takes about 15 minutes.

What are the most common conditions treated with an epidural steroid injection?


To see if you are a good candidate for a caudal epidural steroid injection, take our pain evaluation questionnaire and someone from our office will follow-up with you as soon as possible. If this therapy method isn’t right for you, our team may have other methods such as trigger point therapy and other minimally or non-invasive methods that can help relief your pain.

Start Your Pain Evaluation

If you already know what you are suffering from and want to make an appointment now click here: