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Cortisone injections are used to treat small areas of inflammation or widespread inflammation throughout the body. There is minimal pain from these injections, and relief from the pain of inflammation occurs rapidly.

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Terms related to Cortisone Injection:

  • Cortisone Shot
  • Injection of Soft Tissues and Joints
  • Joint Injection