Injections – knee
Steroid injections into various parts of your knee can help reduce inflammation, manage pain, and restore mobility to joints affected by cartilage degeneration, arthritis, and acute injury. A single steroid injection to your knee can effectively manage or treat:
- Inflamed knee ligaments and tendons
- Inflamed knee bursa
- Bakers cyst
- Paint from osteoarthritis
Nerve block treatments for your knees are also available, which can help diagnose or treat the source of the pain where other conservative procedures have failed.
Regenerative – knee
Modern breakthroughs in medical technology have allowed us to harness, concentrate, and use the parts of your blood that perform the healing and cellular regeneration process. Or regenerative therapies, including PRP and other stem-cell-based therapies, can effectively treat trauma-based injuries in your knees as well as degenerative conditions like osteoarthritis.
Radiofrequency (RF) ablation is an advanced and minimally-invasive procedure where radio waves are used to heat specific bundles of nerves, reducing their ability to relay messages of pain. RF ablation effectively alleviates pain and can assist doctors in locating the underlying causes of your pain.
Peripheral nerve stimulation
Peripheral nerve stimulation (PNS) is a long-term pain management therapy where a small electrode is inserted in the bundle of nerves that are relaying the messages of pain from your knee. With a small antenna that you carry on your person, the electrode sends tiny pulses of electricity that interrupt the signals of pain and give you peace.