Injections for Chronic Pain

Injections

Injections for chronic pain involve targeted delivery of medications like corticosteroids or analgesics directly into painful areas like joints or nerves. Administered under guidance for precision, these injections aim to reduce inflammation and block pain signals, providing relief for conditions like arthritis or nerve compression, improving the patient’s quality of life.

Joint Injections Montana

Types of Injections Offered

Sacroiliac Joint Injections

SI joint injections involve injecting medication directly into the sacroiliac joint to reduce pain and inflammation, commonly used to treat conditions causing lower back and hip discomfort.

Epidural Steroid Injections

Epidural steroid injections deliver anti-inflammatory medication into the spine's epidural space, relieving pain from conditions like herniated discs.

Facet Joint Injection

Facet joint injections deliver medication directly into spinal joints, easing pain from conditions like arthritis or injury.

Trigger Point Injections

Trigger point injections involve injecting medication directly into specific knots or trigger points in muscles to alleviate pain and muscle tension. This procedure is commonly used to treat conditions such as muscle spasms, fibromyalgia, or myofascial pain syndrome.

Bursa Injections

Bursa injections deliver medication into fluid-filled sacs (bursae) near joints, reducing inflammation and relieving pain caused by conditions like bursitis.