Joint Injections

Many people consider “arthritis” a single issue, but there are more than 100 types of arthritis and “like diseases.” Integrated Pain Consultants helps all types of arthritis sufferers with pain management and relief. Still, just a few types of arthritis are the most common. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that over 30 percent of adults with...

At Integrated Pain Consultants, we see a number of patients suffering from Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, also known as CRPS. This chronic condition often happens to the legs or arms after an injury. It's caused by damage to the central and/or peripheral nervous system and can be categorized into either type 1 or type 2. However, the symptoms of either...

At Integrated Pain Consultants, we prioritize the health and comfort of our patients, which includes pain management and relief. However, opioids aren't always the best approach for all patients. Morphine and Opioids: Similarities and Differences Opioids are a type of narcotic that affects the nervous system in order to relieve pain. Morphine is one of the most commonly prescribed opioids, but they...

At Integrated Pain Consultants, radicular pain, also known as Sciatica, is one of the most common complaints of patients. Aptly named, this back pain "radiates" from the lower back down the leg. The cause can vary, but one of the most common is when lumbar spinal stenosis is present. This is an otherwise harmless growth in the bone and/or tissue...

“Joint injections” can mean a lot of things, but it’s usually steroid/cortisone injections. They’re an excellent pain alternative to surgery or prescription medications in many cases. Not addictive, often long-lasting, and with no significant side effects, Integrated Pain Consultants often recommends joint injections for those suffering from a myriad of pains and looking for a non-surgical alternative. Common complaints include...