Ultrasound Guided Injections

At Centers of Rehabilitation and Pain Medicine, we offer the leading regenerative treatments to treat our patients. Ultrasound uses high-frequency sound waves to create clear images of the body’s anatomy to help diagnose conditions and place injections. Our facility is equipped with state-of-the-art technology to perform all treatments. Our regenerative specialists utilize the most advanced ultrasound technology to guide injection therapy treatments. Ultrasound guidance is used for a variety of injection therapies at Centers of Rehabilitation and Pain Medicine.

Benefits of Ultrasound Guided Injections

  • A clear visualization of damaged areas
  • Ensures accuracy for injection therapy
  • No radiation exposure
  • Effective and safe guidance
  • Increased healing time

Ultrasound Guided Injections Treament Process

During an initial consultation, the doctor will perform a thorough physical exam to identify and diagnose the symptoms. Ultrasound guidance may be required to further examine the disease, injury or condition. Once the condition has been diagnosed, the doctor will create a customized treatment plan for the patient.

The regenerative specialist will use ultrasound guidance to identify the damaged region.

A clear image will reveal a real-time image of the region to pinpoint where the injection will be placed. To prepare for the injection, the doctor will administer a local anesthetic before placing the injection. The ultrasound guidance will allow the doctor to carefully place the injection to kickstart the healing process. All treatment sessions will vary based on the severity of the injury, disease or condition of the patient.

Why Choose Centers of Rehabilitation and Pain Medicine?

  • The leading team of regenerative medicine specialists
  • Cutting-edge treatments
  • Most advanced technology and surgical techniques
  • Personalized comprehensive care
  • Knowledgeable and skilled staff

Book your consultation today to learn more about our regenerative medicine treatments.