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Steroid injections, also called corticosteroid injections, involve the use of anti-inflammatory medicines to treat a range of painful conditions. Steroid injections are administered directly into the inflamed area. Typically, they are injected directly into joints to ensure that a high dose of the medication reaches the problem area.
Steroid Injections are used to treat the following areas
A radiofrequency ablation, or radiofrequency neurotomy, is a minimally invasive procedure that utilizes heat from radiofrequency (RF) waves to reduce or stop the transmission of pain. The radiofrequency waves ablate (or burn) the nerves causing pain and prevent the nerves from sending pain signals to the brain.
Radio-frequency ablations are used to treat the following areas
A nerve block, or neural blockade, is a form of anesthesia used to control pain. Nonsurgical nerve blocks involve injecting anesthesia medication around a specific nerve or bundle of nerves to prevent the nerves from transmitting pain signals to the central nervous system (CNS) and brain.
Nerve blocks are used to treat the following
A trigger point injection, or TPI, involves injecting medication into painful areas of muscles that contain trigger points, or knots of tense muscles. With injection, the trigger point is inactivated and the pain is alleviated. TPI is used to treat many muscle groups.
Trigger point injections are used to treat the following areas
Whether it’s through injections, therapy, medication or one of our advanced, minimally invasive procedures, your individualized treatment plan is designed specially for you.