Trigger Point Injections

Trigger Point Injections – these can be done with or without the use of steroids. Helpful for muscle pain, any other breakthrough pain, and a good supplement for pain between the 3 month fluro-guided injections. These can also be offered to patient’s who feel they may not be ready for a more invasive type of injection.

  • Bicipital Tenosynovitis Injection (Bicep pain pain due to inflammation or degeneration, chronic overuse)
  • Muscular Trigger Point Injections (Fibromyalgia, Myofascial or Muscular pain, Cervical neck pain, Tension headaches, muscle spasm, tendonitis)
  • Scapulothoracic Injection (Pain in the scapular region, bursitis of shoulder, arthritis)
  • Piriformis Injection (Injection into piriformis muscle -used for tightness in muscle which compresses sciatic nerve)
  • Plantar Fasciitis Injection (Plantar fasciitis, foot pain)
  • Hamstring Injection (Pain in buttock predominately while sitting, bursitis)
  • Medical Collateral Ligament Injection (Trauma and pain at medical aspect of knee)