Musculoskeletal intervention treatments are used to bring temporary or long-term relief to pain or inflammation within the structures of the body. Pain often develops in the back or joints as a result of a degenerated or herniated disc, inflamed or pinched nerve, or compressed fracture. Different conditions may require different treatment, but each one of these procedures aims to provide fast, effective treatment through minimally invasive techniques.

Injections for Pain

Many patients with musculoskeletal conditions suffer from chronic pain as a result of their condition. While corrective treatment may not be an option for some patients, there are several treatments available that focus on relieving pain through minimally invasive procedures. These procedures involve injecting an anti-inflammatory or anesthetic solution into the affected area to relieve pain and restore function.