Our joints are supported by ligaments and tendons. They assist you in moving and offer support. Peripheral or spinal joint damage brought on by illness or trauma can limit your range of motion and make you very uncomfortable. We have many options for evaluation and intervention and help you improve.
Joint pain is very typical, especially as you become older. About one-third of individuals in a national survey said they had had joint discomfort in the previous 30 days. The most frequent complaint was knee pain, which was then followed by shoulder and hip pain. However, joint discomfort can affect any area of your body, including your hands, shoulders, and even your ankles and feet.
If you are living with chronic, unmanageable pain from facet syndrome or spinal arthritis, this injection approach offers both a quick resolution and long term relief.Learn more about Facet Joint Injections
An injection procedure that encourages the body’s own natural healing cascade to repair damaged tissue.Learn more about Platelet-Rich Plasma Therapy
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