Are You Suffering With Muscle Pain? Have you considered injection treatment for pain relief?
Whether you are suffering with ongoing muscular pain due to joint injury or joint arthritis, aggressive muscular trigger points, or chronic conditions like fibromyalgia – these can be treated with injection therapy for considerable pain relief.
Trigger Point Injection for Muscle Pain Relief
Trigger point injection treatment may be a good option for treating muscle aches and pains in many patients. Trigger point injections treatment is can be used to treat painful achy muscles that contain irritating trigger points. These can form within muscles for many different reasons like - joint arthritis or muscular fatigue. Trigger points are hyper irritable spots within the muscle tissue that can cause local discomfort and also irritate surrounding nerves and cause referred pain, or a constant dull ache in a slightly different part of the body to where the trigger point is.
What Does Muscle Pain Treatment Consist Of?
During this treatment a clinician who specialises in muscle pain will injection the area/s suffering with pain and discomfort with an anti-inflammatory using a tiny needle. The Injections are safe and simple, and will often result in sustained pain relief will a brief course of treatments. Injections are given in a clinical office and usually take just a few minutes.
When Is Trigger Point Injection Treatment Used?
Trigger point treatment is used to treat many muscles suffering with pain and discomfort, especially those in the back/neck and around the joints. Furthermore, this treatment can be used to treat chromic pain syndromes like fibromyalgia and headaches. We recommend that injection therapy should only be tried if all other conservative treatments have been unsuccessful.
What Is Fibromyalgia?
Fibromyalgia can often causes widespread muscle pain that can often be associated with fatigue. The exact cause of fibromyalgia is unclear. However, suggestions and contributing factors like, ongoing fatigue, poor muscle strength, altered pain processing in the brain, depression, genetic factors, poor sleep and diet etc... It is evident that there is an increased level of sensitivity to pain, and many factors and can trigger this hyper-sensitivity. Other likely risk factors include: increased stress, a stressful, traumatic physical or emotional event, repetitive injuries, rheumatological arthritis or syndrome, or other autoimmune diseases, such as lupus, or poor hormonal imbalances that have an impact on the thyroid or adrenal glands. Although degenerative arthritis itself does not have a direct relation to fibromyalgia, individuals with rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, or spinal arthritis, known (ankylosing spondylitis), have an increased risk of developing fibromyalgia, as do patients with some other rheumatic diseases.
Further information can be found here: https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/147083.php
Muscle Pain Associated With Arthritis
With a healthy joint, supporting muscles work and function naturally to move and functional stabilise the joint. When the joint begins to suffer with degenerative changes, movement and stability becomes more difficult, and consequently the surrounding muscles have to work harder to functionally support the joint. With advanced arthritis, local muscles are working on over-drive. This then leads to muscle fatigue and pain.
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Don’t let muscle pain or injury get in the way of allowing you to do what you want to do. Schedule a consultation with us today, and let us treat your muscle pain, provide life-changing relief and get you back to your full and active lifestyle. We have clinics operating out of Solihull (Henley-In-Arden), Birmingham (Harborne / Edgbaston) & Bromsgrove (Barnt Green).
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