Back Pain Therapy
Keep yourself and your loved ones healthy! At New Smyrna Wellness Center, our friendly and experienced staff will make sure you always feel comfortable and well-informed. Many people suffer from debilitating and chronic back pain. We have many solutions to help get you feeling your best again, including:
-Comprehensive Medical Management
-Percutaneous Implantable Nerve Stimulator
-Trigger Point Injections
-Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)
-Back Bracing (DME)
Prolotherapy is an injection based therapy used for treating injured joints and connective tissue. These injections contain natural substances like saline, dextrose and sarapin (an alternative to steroids). Lidocaine is also used to numb the area around the injection site to minimize discomfort. This injection helps trigger the body's natural healing response to help regrow healthy ligament and tendon fibers. This can lead to increased mobility and decreased pain. Multiple treatments of prolotherapy can increase it's effectiveness over time. The process takes less than 30 minutes with little to no downtime after the procedure.
Platelet Rich Plasma
Platelet Rich Plasma is used as a treatment for various problems including sprains, repetitive strain injuries and chronic tendon injuries. First, a member of our highly trained staff will draw your blood and spin it down to concentrate the level of platelets in your plasma. After the blood cells are removed, the remaining platelet rich plasma serum is injected into the affected area in order to stimulate the healing of the joint. This is effective because the platelets in our blood contain high levels of proteins called "growth factors". Injecting these concentrated growth factors into the injured area helps the body heal more rapidly using your own body's natural medicine!
Trigger Point Injections
TPI's, or Trigger Point Injections are used as a method of pain management for tense and swollen muscles. Muscles often tense up and cause knots when they are strained for extended periods of time. These are called trigger points and can often cause pain that radiates to other areas of the body. TPI's are a series of minor injections that take no longer than 15 minutes. Your healthcare provider will identify where these trigger points are located and inject a local anesthetic or saline. This helps relieve pain in the area and relax the muscle again.