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We found 3 results for Injectable Corticosteroids
  1. Anesthetic or Corticosteroid Injections for Low Back Pain Covers injecting local anesthetic, either alone or combined with a corticosteroid, to treat low back pain. Includes trigger point, facet joint, and epidural injections. Looks at why they are used and how well they work. Includes possible side effects.
  2. Corticosteroids (Intra-Articular) for Osteoarthritis Covers corticosteroids injected into the joint space of arthritic joints. Lists generic and brand names such as betamethasone acetate (Celestone) and methylprednisolone acetate (Depo-Medrol). Looks at how well they work and side effects.
  3. Low Back Pain: Should I Try Epidural Steroid Shots? Guides you through the decision to use epidural corticosteroid shots to relieve back pain. Explains risks and benefits of epidural steroid shots. Compares steroid shots with other treatment for back pain.

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