Myofascial Trigger Point Injections
Muscle pain caused by acute muscle injury or chronic muscle stress may be relieved by an ultrasound-guided injection into the muscle or the fascia layer enclosing the muscle. Injection medications can include local anesthesia, corticosteroid, Platelet Rich Plasma, or Botulinum toxin (Botox®). Piriformis Muscle Syndrome is a type of myofascial that can respond to local anesthesia and Botox® injections.
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