Short term corticosteroid use side effects

Although epidural steroid injections (also called epidural corticosteroid injections) may be helpful to confirm a diagnosis, they should be used primarily after a specific presumptive diagnosis has been established. Also, injections should not be used in isolation, but rather in conjunction with a program stressing muscle flexibility, strengthening, and functional restoration.
Proper follow-up after injections to assess the patient's treatment response and ability to progress in the rehabilitation program is essential. A limited number of injections can be tried to reduce pain, but careful monitoring of the response is required prior to a second or third injection.

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  • Citation tools Download this article to citation manager Crawshaw Dickon P , Helliwell Philip S , Hensor Elizabeth M A , Hay Elaine M , Aldous Simon J , Conaghan Philip G et al. Exercise therapy after corticosteroid injection for moderate to severe shoulder pain: large pragmatic randomised trial BMJ 2010; 340 :c3037
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