PeriSpinal Injections

What are perispinal injections?

A perispinal injection is a procedure that can help relieve pain like lower back and knee pain by reducing inflammation (swelling and irritation). An injection can also help your doctor identify the source of your knee or joint pain. The type of injection you receive is based on your specific symptoms and the findings of your physical examination.

How does it work?

When used for back pain relief, our highly trained medical staff will inject a combination of natural medications into the affected area. PeriSpinal injections can be more effective than oral medication because the injected medication is concentrated in the affected area.

What is the solution injected?

A mixture of procaine, B vitamins, a homeopathic solution and dextrose.

Is it painful?

Spinal injections are generally very well tolerated. Some points may result in mild, temporary discomfort.

Is it safe?

Yes. PeriSpinal injections are considered safe when administered by a properly trained provider.

Joint Injections (Hips, knees, shoulders, elbows, wrists and ankles)

What are joint injections?

A joint injection is a procedure used in the treatment of inflammatory or degenerative joint conditions. Injections are key in getting your joint pain free and back to a full range of motion.

How does it work?

Our highly trained medical staff will inject a specialized combination of natural medications into the affect joint bathing the tissue with mega-doses of nutrients to stimulate healing of the injured tissue in the joints.

What is the solution injected?

A mixture of procaine, B vitamins, a homeopathic solution and dextrose.

Is it painful?

Joint injections are generally very well tolerated. Some points may result in mild, temporary discomfort.

Is it safe?

Yes. Joint injections are considered safe when administered by a properly trained provider.

Are joint injections covered by my insurance?

Yes, most insurance companies pay for these because they see the benefit in healing.

Trigger Point Injections

What are trigger points injections?

Trigger point injection (TPI) is a procedure used to treat painful areas of muscle that contain trigger points, or knots of muscle, that form when muscles do not relax. Many times, such knots can be felt under the skin. Trigger points may irritate the nerves around them and cause referred pain, or pain that is felt in another part of the body.

How does it work?

In the TPI procedure, the provider inserts a small needle into the patients trigger point. With the injection, the trigger point is made inactive and the pain is alleviated. Usually, a brief course of treatment will result in sustained relief.

What is the solution injected?

A mixture of procaine, B vitamins, and dextrose.

Is it painful?

Trigger point injections are generally very well tolerated. The injections are administered with very small and short needles just beneath the surface of the skin. Injections usually take just a few minutes. Several sites may be injected in one visit. Some points may result in mild, temporary discomfort.

Is it safe?

Trigger point injections are very safe when administered by a properly trained provider.

Are TPI’s covered by my insurance?

Yes, most insurance companies pay for these because they see the benefit in healing.

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