Joint Injections

Joint Pain Relief

Joint injections are a type of medical treatment that involves injecting a special medicine directly into the joint that is causing pain in your body. This treatment is often used for people who have chronic pain, like arthritis, and have not found relief from other treatments.

The Procedure

The procedure involves a doctor numbing your skin with a small needle and then inserting a larger needle into the joint. They use ultrasound or X-ray guidance to make sure the needle is in the right spot, and then inject the medicine.

After the injection, you may feel some temporary numbness or discomfort in the area. However, many people experience significant relief from their pain after the injection.

It’s important to note that this procedure should only be done under the guidance of a medical professional and after careful consideration of your individual health needs.