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Offering a variety of


We have many options to suit your needs.

When it comes to pain injections,

we offer a wide variety of these minimally-invasive injections, both steroidal and non-steroidal options, to best suit your needs. Each one offers its own purpose and benefit, as well as their own side-effects. Knowing how each injection works will give you an advantage against your pain.


  • Occipital Nerve Blocks for Headaches

  • Suprascapular Nerve Blocks for Posterior Neck/Shoulder Pain

  • Shoulder Joint Injections

  • Shoulder Bursa Injections

  • Biceps Tendon Injections

  • Elbow Injections for Joint Pain and Tendonitis

  • Carpal Tunnel Injections

  • Wrist Injections for Tendonitis and Arthritis

  • Intercostal Nerve Injection for Rib Pain

  • Hip Bursa Injections

  • Hip Joint Injections for Pain Relief

  • Knee Joint Injections

  • Hyaluronic Knee Injections

  • Knee Bursa Injections

  • Injections for Back Pain Management

  • Injections for Back Pain Relief

  • Sacroiliac Injections for Low Back Pain

  • Sciatic Notch Blocks for Sciatica

  • Trigger Point Injections

  • Botox for Muscle Spasms


  • Please inform us if:

    • You are using any blood thinners (Coumadin, Aspirin, and Plavix)

    • Any allergies to dyes, iodine, lidocaine,
      latex or steroids

    • You are diabetic and taking oral medications and/or insulin injections

    • You are, or may be, pregnant

  • Discontinue the use of any anti-inflammatory medications (Celebrex, Arthorotec, Motrin, Naprosyn) 2 days prior to an injection treatment.

  • Take all other medications, as prescribed.

  • Please do not wear clothing that can be stained

  • If in structured physical therapy, do not schedule an appointment for that day, or the day after

  • Expect to participate in your normal routine

  • You will be able to drive yourself, if desired

  • Ice to the area of injection for 20 minutes, a few times a day, for a few days post-procedure is encouraged

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