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bradcrowne posted:
According to me there are new therapies like prp injections,trigger point injections which often heals back pain is a safe procedure.
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bj1208 responded:
Hi again -

yes these injections may help some but depending on what is diagnosed these injections may not work. And these have been around for many years as I was getting these injections back in 2005 and in researching these have been around a lot longer.

Having herniated discs, degenerative disc disease and/or severe chronic pains (as I have) these injections will not "heal" but may help reduce inflammation and pain for a while as they are steroid injections. However, being examined by a spine specialist and getting a proper diagnosis to determine what treatment options are best, is the way to go before having injections done.

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