The Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation specialist at Monmouth Pain and Rehabilitation works as the head of a team of practitioners in the treatment of Fibromyalgia. He is essentially the architect of each patient’s individual treatment plan. The strategy for Fibromyalgia patients may include physical therapy, chiropractic, and/or acupuncture.
As many Fibromyalgia patients can attest, pain can often hinder the healing process, making rehabilitation of any kind impossible. In such cases, the physicians at our facility may incorporate Trigger Point Injections as part of the healing process.
Trigger Point Injections at Monmouth Pain and Rehabilitation
Trigger Point Injections are injections of a local anesthetic medication and/or cortisone into trigger points. Trigger points are areas of intense muscle spasm that are often experienced by Fibromyalgia patients (this is also known as Myofascial pain). Injections are used to help Fibromyalgia patients relieve pain and allow the body to heal. The goal is to reduce pharmaceutical intervention for Fibromyalgia patients so that healthy, drug-free rehabilitation practices may be used instead.
Trigger Point Injections at Monmouth Pain and Rehabilitation are performed with the guidance of Ultrasound technology. This imaging technique allows our medical practitioners to view the affected body part in real time, allowing for more precise and effective pain management.
The overall goal in treating Fibromyalgia patients is to manage pain and other symptoms while increasing functioning.
Please contact our Monmouth County pain management facility to learn more about Fibromyalgia treatment in Red Bank, NJ.