Neural Therapy involves the treatment of Neural (nerve) inflammation. We use a low dose dextrose solution that essentially resets the nervous system much like a breaker in an electrical box will reset the power to your house.
The nerve supplying a joint also supplies both the muscles that move the joint and the skin covering the articular insertion of those muscles..1 Consequently, when we treat the nerve, we are also treating the muscle and the skin.
Pain control can last anywhere from 4 days to 3 weeks initially with increased pain relief with subsequent injections.
TRIGGER POINT INJECTION THERAPY – Helps relieve muscle tension and is great for both acute and chronic tension. Some conditions that may benefit from trigger point injections are: sprains, strains, tendonitis, arthritis, frozen shoulder, TMJ, carpel tunnel, knee, hip, back and shoulder pain.
PERINEURAL THERAPY – We focus on the subcutaneous nerves that can be inflamed and irritated leading to pain. With low dose dextrose, we disrupt the pain cycle which decreases inflammation and allows the nerves to heal.
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