Unlocking Lasting Relief: Essential Exercise Tip After Steroid Injections for Neck, Back, Nerve Pain
If you are one of the many busy moms juggling the demands of work and family while battling chronic neck, back, or nerve pain, you understand the importance of finding effective, long-term solutions. Steroid injections offer a reprieve from the relentless pain and discomfort, providing months of relief. But there is one essential exercise tip that can help you to get the most out of your steroid injection. Whether you are dealing with a herniated disc, spinal stenosis, arthritis, or sciatica, this essential exercise tip could be the key to reclaiming your life from the grips of chronic pain. In this blog lets discuss the essential exercise tip to get the maximum pain relief from your steroid injection.

Injections are used to treat a wide variety of conditions in the body such as back painneck pain, nerve paintennis elbow, heel spurs, etc. The steroid injections are used mainly for their anti inflammatory properties. When the inflammation in your neck, back and nerves decreases the pain also reduces. 

Watch this video to learn more about using Steroid Injections for back and nerve pain relief. The content discussed here is also applicable for neck pain relief. 

You may be concerned about getting a steroid injection as repeated use of steroid injections can lead to muscle tears. But those are not caused by a one off injection. Anyways, most doctors will not advise more than two or three injections in a year. This of course can vary as per the condition and doctors discretion.

The pain relief from a steroid injection is short lived and can last for a few months but it can also vary from person to person or from one area to another in the same person. Most people stop all exercises and taking all precautions when the pain decreases almost dramatically. On the contrary, don't fall into the common trap of neglecting your exercise regimen once the pain subsides. This pivotal period of reduced pain is a golden opportunity to implement targeted exercises. These can be discussed with your doctor and physical therapist even before you get the injection. These exercises can include strengthening the spinal and core muscles along with working on the muscular imbalances and rehabilitation for the nerve pain. When the pain relief starts to wear off, your spine and nerves will be better prepared for it and thus your body can deal with it better then. Whether you're grappling with a herniated disc, spinal stenosis, spinal degeneration, spinal arthritis or sciatica, this essential exercise tip could be the key to reclaiming your life from the grips of chronic pain. 

Whether you get an injection for neckback or nerve pain, you need to address the basic cause of your pain. For this you need to lower the inflammation in your spine and nerves. You can find out more about managing your inflammation in a free 11 days jumpstart HERE.
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Disclaimer: This video is meant for information and educational purposes only. Please follow the advise of your doctor or healthcare professional on your specific condition.


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