Injections and Procedures For Interventional Pain Management.
(Small and Major Joints)
- Trigger Point Injection With Ultrasound Guidance – Used when physical therapy and massage doesn’t work for Myofascial Pain.
- Joint Injection – Osteoarthritis Treatment for Shoulder, Hip, and Knee. Glucocorticoids are injected and can be used up to 3-4 times a year. Hyaluronic Injections used for the knee to provide relief for patients that aren’t candidates for surgery.
In addition Rheumatologic relief for Rotator Cuff Tears, Arthritis, and Tennis Elbow:
- Carpal Tunnel Injection – Targeted Injections used to treat Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, or to provide relief while waiting for surgery.
- Occipital Nerve Block – Treatment for Occipital Neuralgia (interrupting the flow of pain signals along specific nervous system pathways)
- SI (Sacroiliac) Injection; Sacroiliac joint dysfunction – The injection is performed under fluoroscopy (X-ray guidance) or Ultrasound.
- Ultrasound Guidance – Musculoskeletal ultrasound used in procedures improves accuracy of treatments for numerous areas in the body, such as muscles, tendons, ligaments, joints, and nerves. Musculoskeletal ultrasound also allows detailed visualization of areas of the body, providing both physicians and patients with an optimal view of the injured body part.