Put Neck Pain
Behind You

Dr.Skaribas & Nobilis Health

Answers for Neck Pain*

A pinched or irritated neck nerve, called cervical radiculopathy, is often an elusive condition to diagnose. All the frustrated patient knows is that pain or numbness, sometimes both, continue to swirl into their neck and arm. Anyone who’s experienced this knows that the number one goal is to stop the pain, not try to wait it out.

Dr. Skaribas and Nobilis Health can help.*

Going to the Source of Neck Pain

Cervical Epidural Steroid Injections

Cervical epidural steroid injections are an extremely effective treatment for neck pain. What is established medical fact is that steroids are highly anti-inflammatory. What’s more, targeted injections have a more powerful effect than NSAIDs and oral steroids and don’t flood a patient’s whole system with medication.

Dr. Skaribas’ priority is eliminating neck pain as quickly and efficiently as possible. Cervical epidural steroid injections are considered safe and provide sustained pain relief.*

An Outpatient Procedure

Experience Immediate Relief*

It’s up to the patient whether to have a local anesthetic at the injection site or to use an intravenous medication. In either case, a cervical epidural steroid injection is an outpatient procedure and patients generally do not experience any pain.*

Two injections are made for each procedure: one utilizes x-ray imaging to locate the epidural space accurately and the other contains the corticosteroid medication.

Most patients experience almost immediate relief after the injection and most can go back to their daily routines right away.* For some patients, the pain does not completely abate. In those cases, The doctor simply repeats the treatment to achieve optimum results.

Outpatient Procedure

An Outpatient Procedure

Experience Immediate Relief*

It’s up to the patient whether to have a local anesthetic at the injection site or to use an intravenous medication. In either case, a cervical epidural steroid injection is an outpatient procedure and patients generally do not experience any pain.*

Two injections are made for each procedure: one utilizes x-ray imaging to locate the epidural space accurately and the other contains the corticosteroid medication.

Most patients experience almost immediate relief after the injection and most can go back to their daily routines right away.* For some patients, the pain does not completely abate. In those cases, The doctor simply repeats the treatment to achieve optimum results.

First Surgical Hospital

Leading Healthcare Facilities

Nobilis Health manages more than 60 ambulatory care centers, clinics, and hospitals in 7 states, including First Surgical Hospital and Hermann Drive Surgical Hospital.

Nobilis Health partners with board-certified, fellowship-trained surgeons who focus on minimally invasive surgery. We empower our partner physicians with the cutting-edge technology and highly specialized staff they need to deliver the highest quality care to patients.

Other Conditions Treated by a Nobilis Health Physician

Back Pain

Woman sitting at her computer with neck pain

Neck Pain

X-ray of spinal stenosis

Spinal Stenosis

Sciatica pain

Sciatica

Person with pain in their arm

Arm & Leg Pain

Pelvic pain

Pelvic Pain

Why Suffer with Neck Pain?

Life is waiting

It’s amazing in this era of advanced medical care that anyone would resign themselves to a life of discomfort if not outright suffering.

The experts at Nobilis have helped thousands of patients return to their life and they’re are ready to help you too.*

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*Results will vary by person and are based upon the patient, the surgery type and the compliance with the aftercare
program. As with any medical procedure or surgery, there are specific risks and possible complications.