Pain Management

Trigger Point Injections

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Trigger points or "knots" in the muscle are treated by using an injection directly into the trigger point reducing muscle tension.

Facet Joint Injections

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The facet joints are located in the spine and can give pain with extension, sitting too long, standing too long, and can even produce some radiating symptoms.  

Epidural Steroid Injections

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Epidural Injections or ESI's are injected directly into the epidural space.  This reduces inflammation and can relieve pain along with radiating symptoms.

Joint Injections

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These are injections directly into a joint such as the knee or shoulder.  A small amount of steroid is used to reduce inflammation and reduce pain.  These are typically followed with regenerative injections to help heal the joint.

Amnio Injections

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Amnio injections are a non-surgical option that uses a combination of regenerative cells and hyaluronic acid injected into a joint to reduce inflammation, promote healing, and promote blood flow to the area of pain or degeneration.

Radiofrequency

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Radiofrequency ablation (or RFA) is a  procedure used to reduce pain. During this procedure, electrical current produced by a radio  wave is used to heat up a small area of nerve tissue, thereby  decreasing pain signals from that specific area.  This procedure is performed after a trial of MBB injections.