Injections for back pain do not help in small study

Steroid injections for back pain may do more harm than good, according to study in the journal Spine that found patients who got the shots did not see significant improvements in pain severity compared with those who did not get the treatments. Researchers from the Rothman Institute followed 69 patients who had injections and 207 who did not get injections.

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