Therapeutic injections are one of the most effective, minimally invasive pain management therapies available. At Interventional Pain Center, the team offers a wide range of therapeutic injections to control both acute and chronic pain. As a division of Providence Anesthesiology Associates, the team brings men and women in Charlotte, North Carolina, the most advanced noninvasive and minimally invasive pain management treatments available. To learn more about therapeutic injections for chronic pain, call Interventional Pain Center or schedule an appointment online today.
The experienced team at Interventional Pain Center provides a wide range of therapeutic injections to manage both acute and chronic pain. These treatments vary depending on your specific condition but typically include a combination of medications to reduce inflammation or disrupt nerve activity in a particular area.
There are several different therapeutic injections used in different areas of your body, especially your joints, muscles, and spine. Depending on the type of injection required, your provider may use special equipment providing X-ray guidance to help them locate the exact area to deliver your medication.
If you’re experiencing joint or muscle pain, your provider might recommend a variety of injections.
These injections function similarly to a hormone called cortisol that naturally exists in your body and reduces inflammation. Your provider injects corticosteroid injections directly into your affected joint.
These injections include hyaluronic acid. This substance helps to coat your cartilage, adds cushioning, and lubricates your joint, so it moves more freely.
An SI joint injection not only treats your pain with numbing medication, but it also contains time-released cortisone to reduce inflammation and provide long-term pain relief.
Your provider might recommend a trigger point injection to address a muscle issue causing pain and dysfunction.
In some cases, your provider might also recommend removing fluid from your painful joints with the needle instead of injecting medication. This procedure is called arthrocentesis, or fluid aspiration.
When an issue in your spine causes your pain, like a herniated disc, your doctor might recommend specific injections that include:
In addition to minimally invasive pain-relieving injections for the spine, the team at Interventional Pain Center also offers kyphoplasty therapy. This procedure reduces back pain by correcting compression in your spine.
To learn more about pain management injections, call Interventional Pain Center or schedule an appointment online today.