Head to Toe Pain Management
This treatment benefits patients who suffer from any sort of chronic or acute pain. Approaches differ depending on the patient’s specific condition using and combining our medical experience with patient education and our state of the art innovations in technology.
An epidural injection is used to deliver anti-inflammatory medicine to and around the spine in order to give temporary relief from pain or inflammation. It is predominantly considered a treatment doctors use to reduce a patient’s swelling while the underlying cause of the condition is being treated.
Steroid injections are commonly used to treat one or two local areas of inflammation. When oral drugs or physical therapy are not effective, doctors can deliver a high dose of medication through steroid injections to the area of pain which may prove to be a better treatment option for you.
Pain pump (Intrathecal) is a method of delivering pain medications directly to the spinal cord. First, the pump is surgically implanted into the skin and then medication in the pump is added every so often by injecting it through the skin into the pump reservoir.
Platelet-Rich Plasma is a portion of a patient’s own blood which contains concentrated platelets and important growth components which expedite the healing of damaged tissue. PRP therapy uses drawn blood from the patient which is then set aside in a centrifuge until platelets are fully concentrated and finally injected back into the injured tissue.
Nerve Blocks are anti-inflammatory injections that are used for pain treatment and management. They help “turn off” pain signals coming from a specific location in the body.
Radiofrequency Ablation (RFA) is a minimally invasive procedure which uses radio waves to heat up a small area of nerve tissue. This treatment reduces pain signals from that specific problem area.
Splints are used to support fractured bones and tissues. They support the injured bones to hold it in place correctly while not disrupting the healing process.
Trigger Point Injection
Trigger Point Injections are anti-inflammatory injections which are used to treat a number of conditions. This procedure involves injecting medication directly to the focal areas of muscle spasms that are often located in the upper back and shoulder area.
Carpal Tunnel Injection
A Carpal Tunnel Injection is a method used to help diagnose the source of pain and simultaneously provide relief by delivering anti-inflammatory medication into the carpal tunnel area of the wrist.
Botox for migraine relief
Botox injections are proven to provide relief against headaches to patients who suffer from migraines. They have been licensed to treat chronic migraines by the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA).
Hip, Shoulder and other Joint Injections
CPRM also offers injection treatments to patients suffering from hip, shoulder, and other joint problems which help alleviate the patient’s pain and discomfort.
Regenerative Medicine (RM)
Regenerative Medicine (RM) is a fast-growing, highly-developed technology that is increasingly being used to manage conditions such as chronic and acute pain by replacing the damaged, diseased, degenerating, or aging tissue with new tissue.