CT Guided Injection

What is a CT guided Injection?

CT stands for computed tomography which is an advanced type of x-ray scanner used to create highly detailed 3D imaging of the human body.   A CT guided injection uses this technology to help doctors inject small structures such as nerves and joints deep within the body.

CT guided injections are used to treat pain that is associated with nerves in your neck, lower back and in other parts of your body. CT guided injections are also used to treat joint, muscle and tendon problems deep in the body which are difficult to see with traditional fluoroscopy (x-ray) or ultrasound. 

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