Caudal-epidural corticosteroids in post-laminectomy syndrome treatment for low-back pain

  Dr. Marc Wolfsohn has practiced anesthesiology and interventional pain management in Ventura County for over 32 years. He is a former Chief of Anesthesiology, Chief of Surgery, and Chief of Staff of Saint John’s Regional Medical Center. Currently, Dr. Wolfsohn is the Medical Director of Spanish Hills Surgery center, which has been an ambulatory surgery center dedicated to the care of pain patients since 1998. Dr. Wolfsohn lives in Ventura County with his wife, is an avid golfer and musician, and loves spending time with his family. Marc Wolfsohn, . is an expertly trained physician who is determined to better the lives of his patients.

What should I do and expect after the procedure?
You may have some partial numbness in your buttocks and/or legs from the anesthetic after the injection. This may last several hours but you will be able to function safely as long as you take precautions. You will report your remaining pain (if any) and also record the relief you experience over the next week in a “pain diary” which we will provide. *Mail or fax the completed pain diary in the envelope provided, so that your treating physician can be informed of your results and plan future tests and/or treatment if needed.

Caudal-epidural corticosteroids in post-laminectomy syndrome treatment for low-back pain

caudal-epidural corticosteroids in post-laminectomy syndrome treatment for low-back pain

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