Injections Descriptions

The goal of injection therapy is to provide the patient with enough relief from pain to transition from inactivity to physical therapy, where orthopedic problems can be better treated with special exercises.

Do I need surgery? My shoulder doesn‘t
hurt that bad… Are injections or therapy an option?

Cortisone Injections (Visco, Cortisone)

Brief Overview

Cortisone

A powerful anti-inflammatory that can be injected directly into the knee. Used to combat the painful effects of arthritis within the body.

Cortisone Injections

Aren’t injections just a temporary fix?

Not to sound dodgy, but it truly depends on the condition… Often times, simple inflammatory conditions can be treated very effectively with just one injection.

If you’re suffering from chronic arthritic pain, Cortisone injections can’t be expected to cure this; however Cortisone treatments can provide temporary relief. Temporary relief provided by Cortisone and combined with physical therapy can make rehabilitation a reality.

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Visco Supplementation

Brief Overview

Visco

Visoc supplamentation involves injecting substances such as hyaluronate into the knee joint to cushion and lubricate it, allowing the bones to move smoothly over one another.

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Xiaflex

Brief Overview

Xiaflex Injections

XIAFLEX is the first and only FDA-approved nonsurgical treatment option proven in clinical studies to work in adults with Dupuytren’s contracture when a “cord” can be felt. In two studies, XIAFLEX helped many people with Dupuytren’s contracture achieve straight or nearly straight fingers and improve their range of motion in the affected finger.

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