Pain Management

painChronic pain is often categorized as discomfort that has lasted anywhere from three to 12 months.

Frequently, those suffering from various pains simply wait for the body to heal itself with no other source of help. When relief fails to appear with outside assistance, the pain can become more frequent and intense.

The doctors of Wexford Wellness are able to provide the help your body needs to treat and manage source of your chronic pain. The initial concern is to immediately address the cause of your pain, often through the use of pain management injections.

Types of Injections

  • Toradol

    This non-steroidal drug is used to reduce inflammation, able to help with pain associated with several common conditions including injuries related to auto accidents, athletics and slip and falls.

  • Trigger Point Injections

    A local anesthetic and corticosteroid used to relax knotted muscles, often used to treat fibromyalgia, headaches, back pain, myofascial pain syndrome, degenerative disc disease, as well as muscle twitching.

  • Lidocaine Injections

    A local anesthetic meant to numb pain being sent from certain nerves to the brain often used to treat arthritis, back pain, muscle pain and osteoarthritis.

  • Kenalog

    A corticosteroid that reduces immune response to certain diseases such as multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, lupus and bursitis.

  • Supartz Injections

    Sodium hyaluronate, similar to the lubricant found naturally surrounding joints, is only used to alleviate knee pain when other therapies have proved to be ineffective.

What To Expect

Various pain management treatments may be suggested to be implemented during the same visit in order to best remedy your chronic pain. You can be assured that your treatments will be established with the goal of alleviating your chronic pain while improving your overall health, greatly reducing the risk of further injury and discomfort.

If you have any questions regarding Pain Management treatments available at Wexford Wellness, please Ask The Doctor by submitting your question on the form located on the right. You can also call us directly at 724.935.4300.