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By Central Florida Pain and Rehab Clinic
September 26, 2019
Category: Pain Management

Find out how homeopathic injections can treat chronic pain, inflammation, and more.

Is pain keeping you from leading a full, happy life? Does your pain affect your daily routine and make it difficult to enjoy the things you once Neck-Painloved? If you said “yes” then our Winter Park, FL, physiatrist and pain medicine specialist Dr. Enrique Umpierre-Schuck offers a wide range of treatment options that can be tailored to your specific condition, lifestyle, and needs. One way to treat chronic and persistent pain and inflammation is through homeopathic injection therapy.

 

What is homeopathic injection therapy?

By injecting certain areas of the body with homeopathic solutions (minerals and extracts derived from plants), our Winter Park, FL, pain medicine doctor can not only treat a variety of painful conditions but also stimulate the body’s own natural healing process. These injections can reduce inflammation and pain while improving mobility and range of motion within the joints, muscles, bones and soft tissue just about anywhere in the body.

One type of homeopathic injection treatment that we offer in Winter Park, FL, is trigger point injection therapy. Trigger points are hard, knotted tissue that can cause pain, spasms, and stiffness. By administering injections into the affected muscles it can help the tense muscles release and relax, and sometimes offer immediate relief.

 

Who could benefit from homeopathic injection therapy?

Most people who are dealing with severe, recurring, or chronic pain and inflammation could benefit from this alternative pain treatment. This is a great solution for someone who is unable to tolerate steroid injections, as well as patients who don’t want to be reliant on pain medication, which only ease symptoms but don’t actually treat the condition. You could benefit from homeopathic injection therapy if you are dealing with pain and inflammation caused by:

  • Tendonitis
  • Muscle spasms
  • Joint pain
  • Arthritis

Homeopathic injection therapy is extremely safe and can even be used on patients who have certain health problems or take medication. These injections are usually administered several times over the course of 3-4 weeks.

Do you have questions about getting homeopathic injection therapy in Winter Park, FL? If so, call Central Florida Pain & Rehab Clinic today to schedule a no-risk consultation with us.

By Central Florida Pain and Rehab Clinic
August 28, 2019
Category: Pain Management
Tags: Botox Injections  

Do you need to speak with your Winter Park, FL, doctor about pain management options?

Central Florida Pain & Rehab Clinic provides patients with pain management options, including botox. Botox is made of Botulinum Toxin, a purified protein derived from Clostridium Botulinum, and has been used for more than 10 years.

What is botox used for?
Botox injections are administered in areas that experience muscle spasm and tenderness, like regions in the head, neck and back. Botox binds nerve-muscle junction, blocking nerves that causes muscle contraction. When the muscle relaxes, resting tone and nerve response to stimulation reduces.

You need about two to four weeks of injections for this procedure to work. When botox is used for pain, the treatment lasts  3-6 months.
Your Winter Park, FL, doctor determines which muscles requires injection. When your doctor injects the muscle(s) suffering from muscle spasm, pain, or spasm decrease.

The dose given is very small. Around 5% of the injected dose spreads through the body, which may cause patients to feel a bit washed out for a few weeks. If for any reason you begin to suffer from swallowing, speech, or breathing issues, then you need to contact your physician immediately. This is rare, however.

After the procedure, you'll also may experience increased pain for a few weeks but that eventually improves. This treatment needs to be repeated  It's also best to rely on other methods of pain relief simultaneously. Try using physical therapy, acupuncture or intramuscular stimulation to relieve pain.

If you are suffering from serious pain and need to speak with a doctor, make sure you contact your Winter Park, FL, doctor from Central Florida Pain & Rehab Clinic today!