Joint injections

Atlantooccipital Joint injection, Atlantoaxial Joint injection, Cervical Facet injections, Thoracic Facet Injections, Costovertebral joint injections, Shoulder injections, Elbow injections, Wrist injections, Hip injections, Knee injections, Lumbar facet injections, Sacroiliac joint injections, Myofascial Trigger Point Injections, Sacro-iliac Joint Injections

Joint injections may be a great option if you've tried other ways to treat your pain unsuccessfully. A joint injection can provide targeted long-term relief for joint pain. Most joint injections contain a concentrated dose of cortisone. Cortisone is a powerful steroid. The steroids in these injections help send targeted inflammation-fighting medicine to the affected joint. The cortisone reduces inflammation, which can lead to a decrease in overall joint pain. It is an effective form of pain management. A joint injection also contains a local anesthetic agent to help numb the area to reduce pain. Joint injections are often combined with joint range of motion and muscle strengthening exercises.

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