Mobile Joint Injections

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We do NOT accept private insurance, Medicare or Medicaid. However, you can use your FSA Health Savings account to benefit from the tax credits available to you.

Our at Home Joint Injections services allow you to stay in your home while our trained professionals come to your home. We offer injections for pain in the following areas:

  • Spine
  • Shoulders
  • Knee
  • Ankles
  • Fingers

What are joint injections ?

Joint injections are medical procedures where medication, such as corticosteroids or hyaluronic acid, is injected directly into a specific joint to reduce pain and inflammation. These injections are commonly used to treat conditions like arthritis or joint injuries. The procedure is performed by a healthcare professional using a thin needle, and it may be guided by imaging techniques like ultrasound or fluoroscopy. The medication helps to alleviate pain and improve joint mobility. Joint injections are minimally invasive, relatively quick, and can provide long-lasting relief. They are a valuable option for individuals seeking non-surgical methods to manage joint-related discomfort and improve their quality of life.

Who can use joint injections?

A good candidate for joint injections typically includes individuals who experience persistent joint pain, inflammation, or limited mobility despite conservative treatments such as physical therapy or oral medications. Conditions like arthritis, bursitis, tendonitis, or joint injuries may warrant joint injections. However, the final decision is made by our professionals based on a thorough evaluation of the individual’s specific condition, medical history, and response to previous treatments.

Do joint injections hurt?

During joint injections, some people may experience a brief discomfort or a pinching sensation as the needle is inserted. However, local anesthetics are often used to minimize pain. After the injection, individuals may feel temporary relief or mild soreness at the injection site, which typically resolves quickly.