After you have reported to the surgical day-care centre, you will be escorted to the operating theatre. There, you will be placed on a bed and prepared for epiduroscopy. After a drip has been inserted and the necessary monitoring equipment (heart rate, blood pressure) put in place, you will be asked to lie on your stomach. The treatment is performed under local anaesthesia, possibly with the addition of a mild sedative to ensure that you are calm and relaxed. A scope will be inserted after a local anaesthetic has been applied at the level of the coccyx. During the procedure, you will sometimes be asked questions. You will also be asked to report immediately report if you feel anything, such as a headache or neck pain. The treatment will takes approximately one hour. On the day of treatment, you should take it easy and are advised not to drive for the first 24 hours after treatment.