Fort Worth Joint Injection Therapy

Fast Pain Relief For Aching Joints

Joint Injection Therapy

Fast Pain Relief For Aching Joints

For patients suffering from joint pain, Valiant Life Medical offers joint injections. Joint injections are a simple and effective procedure that quickly gets our patients back to a pain-free and active lifestyle without the need for surgery.

Conditions That Benefit From Join Injection Therapy

During the procedure, our medical doctors will inject an anti-inflammatory agent directly into the joint, which will reduce the swelling and inflammation of the joint space while relieving pain and improving joint function.

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Rheumatoid Arthritis

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Psoriatic Arthritis

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Inflammatory Arthritis

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Shoulder Joint Pain

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Knee Joint Pain

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Elbow Pain

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Wrist Pain

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Ankle Pain

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Hip Joint Pain

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Lumbar Pain

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Joint Injection Therapy in Fort Worth, TX

Is Joint Injection Therapy Painful?

The procedure does involve the insertion of a needle through the skin, so some patients will report some very mild discomfort. Local anesthetic is used to numb the area of injection and lessen the pain associated with puncture. During the injection, it is possible to feel a little pain in the back or buttock region when the top of the needle comes in contact with the bones of the sacroiliac bone. The medical doctor at Valiant Life Medical will be as gentle as possible around these painful areas to ensure the injection is as pain free as possible. Most patients tolerate this procedure without significant pain or discomfort.

How Long Does it Take to Feel Relief from Pain Following the Injection?

While the time it takes to feel pain relief may vary from person to person, most of our patients will feel immediate pain relief due to the anesthetic medication. This provides a partial numbing effect to the joint and surrounding painful structures. The injection is a strong anti-inflammatory used to treat any inflammation in the joint. However, reducing inflammation takes time after the anesthetic wears off. It can take 2-3 days until the injections start to provide some pain relief. The injections will reach their maximum effect between 7-14 days.
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