Different Types of Interventional Pain Management Injections

Chronic pain can severely limit one’s ability to live a full an active life. For those who suffer from chronic pain, every-day tasks can become burdensome chores. Just as there are a wide range of pain conditions, so too are there a variety of interventional pain management procedures available to treat them. One widely used modality involves using injections to treat the source of the pain. Depending on your specific condition, its severity and location, these injections can provide temporary or longer-lasting relief. Here are several common interventional pain management treatment options available to patients suffering from chronic pain:

In addition, viscosupplement injections supplement the fluid in your knee to cushion and lubricate the joint, and can provide up to six months of osteoarthritis knee pain relief with three injections.

If you live in the Plano, Texas area, Tarpon Orthopedics can help you regain the ability to move pain-free. We are experts in sports medicine, spine, and pain management, as well as joint replacement. Call 9725961059 for a consultation today in our West Plano, North Plano, or Addison, Texas locations.

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Yenny Rojas

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