Trigger Point Injection

Are You Experiencing Muscle Pain?

TPI (Trigger Point Injections) may be an option for treating pain in some patients. TPI is used for treating painful areas of muscle that contain trigger points or knots of muscle that form when a muscle does not relax. Trigger Points will often irritate the nerves around them and cause pain – possibly in another part of the body.

Advanced Integrative Medicine uses TPI to treat many muscle groups, especially those in the arms, legs, lower back, and neck. Do you or someone you know have fibromyalgia and/or tension headaches? TPI may be the answer.

This treatment has a very low-risk factor of complications and offers multiple benefits. You may have temporary soreness or numbness at the injection site. You can actively use your muscle(s) in a short period of time.

The professionals at Advanced Integrative Medicine have given relief to many of their patients with “Trigger Point Injections.” Will you be the next one to experience outstanding results from TPI?

Trigger point injection may be the treatment for you if your muscle pain, fibromyalgia, and tension headache pain have not improved with other treatments, such as pain medication, physical therapy.

Advanced Integrative Medicine will begin with a consultation to determine if this will be a beneficial treatment for your pain concerns. A treatment plan may be developed; this will act as a guide determining how to help you with the pain on an immediate and long-term basis. The licensed and trained specialist will have you sit or lie down for this procedure. Once the trigger points causing the pain have been isolated, an anesthetic with the medication will be injected. This may require more than one trigger point injection, depending on the number of trigger points involved. This treatment can be accomplished in one visit and only takes a few minutes.

The benefits of “Trigger Point Injections” last between a few days to several months depending on the individual condition being treated, the medication injected, the patient, and how well the treatment plan is followed. Reserve your consultation today. Learn if this is indeed the proper treatment for your pain. Pain can steal away so much quality time from your life – don’t just accept it – do something about it.