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At DFW Spine Institute, we focus on providing patients in the Dallas and Fort Worth area with minimally invasive treatment options as part of a personalized pain management plan. Our specialists offer a range of non-surgical injections, which can be used for therapeutic pain relief and as a diagnostic tool to help determine the underlying cause of pain. Pain management Injections are available at our Colleyville, Dallas, Frisco, and Rockwall, Texas locations and may be used as part of a comprehensive treatment plan along with physical therapy or prescription medication.

Botox Injections

BOTOX® may be more well known for cosmetic purposes, but it can also be effective in pain management. BOTOX® injections work by relaxing muscles and can be used to alleviate pain caused by chronic muscle spasms. BOTOX® can begin to relieve pain within a week of injection and results typically last for three months.

Bursa Injection

A bursa is fluid filled cushion that provides lubrication between muscles and bones. The bursa can become inflamed due to conditions such as bursitis or arthritis, causing pain and limiting range of motion. An injection of anti-inflammatory or steroid medication into the bursa can reduce swelling and relieve pain.

Carpal Tunnel Injection

Patients with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome experience pain, numbness, and tingling due to a pinched median nerve in the wrist. An injection of corticosteroid medication can help relieve symptoms of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.

Caudal Steroid Injection

A caudal steroid injection is used to treat pain in the lower back, including symptoms caused by bone spurs, sciatica, herniated discs, or other pain conditions. This treatment has proven effective for lower back pain and typically provides relief for several months.

Facet Joint Injections

Patients with facet joint osteoarthritis, or facet syndrome, may experience pain and reduced mobility. A facet joint injection delivers anti-inflammatory and anesthetic medicine to the facet joint to relieve pain. This treatment generally takes effect within a week of the injection with results lasting several months.

Lumbar Epidural Steroid Injection

Epidural steroid injection, also known as ESI, is an injection of anesthetic and corticosteroid medication in the lower back, specifically to the spinal nerve through the epidural space. This treatment is minimally invasive and highly effective at treating lower back pain and symptoms of sciatica, spinal stenosis, degenerative disc disease, and herniated discs.

Lumbar Transforaminal Epidural Steroid Injection

A Lumbar Transforaminal Epidural Steroid Injection (ESI) is sometimes referred to as a nerve block or a selective nerve root block. Once your doctor has identified the exact nerve that is causing pain, a Lumbar Transforaminal Epidural Steroid Injection can be used to inject medication directly to the nerve by accessing the foramen, which is the opening between the vertebrae in order to provide relief from back, neck and leg pain.

Platelet Rich Plasma Injections (PRP)

Platelet Rich Plasma Injection, or PRP, is an innovative treatment that utilizes the body’s natural healing factors to promote healing of injured muscles, ligaments, and joints. The patient’s own blood is extracted and placed in a centrifuge to separate the platelet rich plasma, which is then injected into the injured area to boost healing and pain relief.

Stem Cell Therapy Injections

Stem Cell Therapy Injections can be used to treat pain in the lower back, upper back, or neck that is caused by disc issues such as degenerative disc disease. Stem cells are natural healers in the human body. For this procedure, the patient’s own cells are extracted from bone marrow and injected into the affected area to help provide restoration and pain relief.

Thoracic Epidural Steroid Injection

A Thoracic Epidural Steroid Injection (ESI) can relieve pain in the shoulder blades and mid to upper back that may be caused by arthritis, spinal stenosis, pinched nerves, or herniated discs. This treatment involves injecting anti-inflammatory medication into the spinal nerve through the epidural space to provide pain relief.

Trigger Point Injections

Trigger point injections are used to treat myofascial trigger points, sometimes called muscle knots. A chronic muscle knot can cause ongoing pain and limit range of motion. Trigger point injections can break up the knot or nodule to relieve symptoms. This type of injection is often therapeutic for patients with fibromyalgia.

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If you’re living with pain, the right treatment plan can restore your quality of life. Contact us for professional pain management services from compassionate and experienced specialists. We offer Free MRI review and a variety of treatment options.

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