And... how are they working for you? What is being injected? Also, is it for chronic low back pain alone or also for the sciatica? I'm interested because I too have both problems but I'm stuck going through hoops with my insurance. Honestly, it usually takes about a year for them to finally decide that I was on the right path with my original research. I made an appt with a neck and back specialist whom is an orthopedic spinal surgeon so I'm hopeful I can bypass all this needless treatment and just cut to the chase. Anyhow, I hope it's working well for you at least for awhile and I appreciate if you could share more about your treatment. Do you have to go to PT?(I'm always in tears by the time I get to my car cause of the pain.)
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