Joint Injections

When patients are suffering from pain that radiates from an individual joint, one of the possible treatments that could offer successful relief is joint injections. In most cases, the injections will consist of two different drugs. The first is a short-term local anesthetic and the second is a long-lasting anti-inflammatory steroid. The anesthetic will offer short-term pain relief immediately, but it can take between 48 and 72 hours for the anti-inflammatory to start working, at which point the patient will start to experience the longer lasting pain relief.

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