Peripheral neuropathy and pinched nerves
Carpal, tarsal, cubital tunnel syndromes
Lower back pain, sacroiliac joint arthritis
Leg pain and sciatica, osteoarthritic knee joint pain
Ankle sprain. Joint instability due to ligament weakness
Shoulder joint impingement, rotator cuff tear
Subacromial bursitis, bicipital tendonitis
Persistent pain after joint surgery
Leg swelling, tingling, numbness, burning feet
Headaches and migraine, occipital neuralgia
Myofascial pain syndrome
Urology, kidney stones, prostatitis, groin, inguinal, testicular pain
Skin cancer screening by high resolution ultrasound assessment
We are here to help you manage your painful conditions and medical problems.
We use ultrasound to guide the treatment, which ensures that the needle is placed in proper position with minimal pain.
Neuro prolotherapy is the way to reduce nerve inflammation and relieve the pain. It is effective in over 85% of patients. Treatment of neuropathy is safe and no major side effects are seen. Usually 2-6 treatment sessions are needed in most of cases.
Prolotherapy – regenerative injections to repair damaged ligaments and tendons and treat joint osteoarthritis. The injection of hypertonic solutions promotes a natural healing response by activation of inflammatory cascade and producing growth factors. Chronic joint pain most commonly is caused by ligament laxity (weakness) leading to joint instability. Prolotherapy helps not only strengthen weak ligaments around the joint but also promotes cartilage cell growing on the joint surfaces. The combination of both actions will produce healing reaction to restore proper joint function and eliminate the pain. Most treatments are provided every 4 weeks to allow time for growth of new connective tissue and 3-6 visits requires in average.
Diagnostic and therapeutic peripheral nerve block to control or prevent the pain
Cryoablation of peripheral nerves (cryoneurolysis) – involves the technique of blocking peripheral nerve ending through freezing. Application of low temperatures (-20°C to -100 °C) causes degeneration of peripheral nerves, in which the nerve bundle remains intact, allowing for complete regeneration and functional recovery of the nerve. Cryotherapy of sensory peripheral nerves provides pain relief for chronic pain conditions, such as knee osteoarthritis, shoulder pain or migraine. The procedure of cryoneurolysis may provide a pain relief in patients who have osteoarthritis (OA) or total knee arthroplasty (TKA). As an alternative treatment option, the cryoablation can delay total knee arthroplasty, while pain control following surgery or arthroscopy is essential for patients to participate in physical therapy and promote recovery. The good candidate for nerve ablation procedures is the patient who had successful relief of pain after diagnostic nerve block.
Genicular nerve block – in the patient with knee osteoarthritis the nerves being considered for percutaneous cryoneurolysis are genicular sensory nerves around the knee. They represent the branches of femoral, saphenous, obturator, tibial and peroneal nerves and transmit the pain signal from the knee joint.
Nerve decompression and hydrorelease in pinched nerve
Joint injections – sacroiliac, hip, knee, shoulder joints
Regenerative injection therapy. PRP (platelet-rich plasma) regenerative injection uses patient’s own platelets to promote the healing of arthritic joints, injured tendons, and ligaments. This will improve results of the treatment of musculoskeletal problems. PRP is widely used both in Pain and Aesthetic medicine.
Trigger point injections in myofascial pain syndrome
Botox injections to relieve muscle spasm
Juvederm injections to treat diabetic neuropathy
IV (intravenous) infusions of vitamins, antioxidants and essential minerals designed to boost immunity and protect you from viruses and different infections.