Caudal epidural

A caudal epidural, also known as a caudal nerve block, is an injection which contains a mixture of local anaesthetic and steroid (hydrocortisone). It is injected into the inflamed areas of the spinal canal. This inflammation can result from spinal stenosis or spinal disc prolapse. Whilst it is not a cure, the pain relief provided aims to help aid recovery.

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