OSTEOPATHIC MUSCULOSKELETAL CLINIC Solihull | Henley In Arden | Birmingham
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Musculoskeletal Injections & Joint Injections Solihull and Birmingham
JOINT INJECTIONS & SOFT TISSUE INJECTIONS BIRMINGHAM
Musculoskeletal injections are a safe and modern procedure which offers pain relief in the form of a hip, knee, ankle/foot, elbow, shoulder, wrist and hand injections. These injections are typically considered when conservative treatment and oral medication have been tried and the pain is still not tolerable.
Injections are valuable procedures for managing common musculoskeletal conditions. Injections into joints or soft tissue structures relieve pain, reduce inflammation, and improve mobility. Injections can provide diagnostic information and are commonly used for postoperative pain control also. Injections can also be helpful in controlling pain during physical rehabilitation. Joint injections can also provide pain relief in rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis.
Complications from injections are rare, but it is important never the less understand the potential risks appropriately. Patients with diabetes who receive periarticular or soft tissue steroid injections should closely monitor their blood glucose for two weeks following injection.
INJECTIONS ARE COMMONLY USED FOR THE FOLLOWING JOINT AND SOFT TISSUE INJURIES AND INFLAMMATION
- KNEE PAIN:
- HIP PAIN:
- FOOT / ANKLE PAIN:
- SHOULDER PAIN:
- ELBOW PAIN:
- WRIST / HAND PAIN:
- INJECTION FOR PAIN CONTROL
- PLATELET RICH PLASMA (PRP)
- INJURY REHABILITATION
- JOINT ASPIRATION (FOR JOINT SWELLING)
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DYNAMIC REGENERATIVE MEDICINE
Different types of Musculoskeletal Injections
PLATELET RICH PLASMA (PRP) INJECTION
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP), is a form of regenerative medicine that is a blood platelet treatment that is effectively used in the whelm of orthopaedic medicine, musculoskeletal medicine, sports medicine and of course is very commonly used within aesthetics. PRP treatment is used to treat muscle strains & tears, ligament / joint damage & tendon tears, arthritis & joint degenerative conditions, and for joint maintenance. PRP treatment is also used via injection in the primary aid of repairing injured tissues.
HYALURONIC ACID INJECTION THERAPY
Hyaluronic acid is a natural component of synovial fluid. Hyaluronic acid injections are primarily used to help to lubricate joints, which help to slow degenerative changes within joints and tissue and provide temporary pain relief. Here at Dynamic Regenerative Medicine, we regularity use hyaluronic acid injections as part of a wider treatment package to ensure that the underlying problem is rehabilitated as effectively as possible.
Steroids act to reduce inflammation direct at a site of an injury. They can be given in the form of tablets i.e. Ibuprofen but can also be given in the form of an injection, which is a much more effective form of treatment as it is administered directly to the source. A steroid injection can be injected into or around an inflamed injured joint to reduce pain and aid recovery. Steroid injections can work fast or can be delayed but generally speaking these forms of injections work best in the short term.
Prolotherapy or proliferation therapy as it used to be known as is a therapeutical treatment which is used to stimulate healing and is very commonly used in regenerative injection medicine. Prolotherapy works by stimulating the body's own natural healing mechanisms to repair injured musculoskeletal tissue.
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