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Therapeutic Pain Injection can Bring Relief to Your Shoulder

posted on WED, SEP 5 2018 by Center for Diagnostic Imaging

Typically, it’s your doctor who will send you for a therapeutic image-guided injection at CDI. We use X-ray imaging to make sure we place the needle in the exact spot so you have the best chance of getting pain relief. Before you arrive for your appointment, you’ll probably have a lot of questions. In this story, Joel Newman, MD, one of CDI’s musculoskeletal radiologists, shows you step-by-step how the procedure works: 

Wondering what a patient has to say about pain injections? Here’s the personal story of one woman who said she had “life-changing” results. 

About Dr. Newman
Joel S. Newman, M.D. is a board certified body imaging and musculoskeletal radiologist at Center for Diagnostic Imaging (CDI) in Massachusetts. Read his full bio here.

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