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It has been said that in many cases acute or chronic back pain can subside on it’s own within 3-6 months. This does not always mean that the source of the pain has healed but the inflammation in the nerves that causes pain sensations may have diminished. Epidurals are particularly effective in these cases as they enable a person to return to every-day activities; be that work, or exercise, much sooner that waiting months for pain to subside on its own. In cases where chronic pain does not subside within this period an epidural may have a short-term impact and may be a stepping stone to a more permanent treatment & long-term solution.