PeriSpinal Injections
What are perispinal injections?
A PeriSpinal injection can accomplish two things: relieve lower-back pain and knee pain, for example, by reducing swelling and irritation; and help your doctor identify the source of joint or knee pain. Each injection is based on the findings of a physical examination and your specific symptoms.
How does it work?
PeriSpinal injections can be more effective than oral medications because the medication is concentrated in the affected area. Trained and experienced medical staff inject a combination of natural medications into specific areas, treating such conditions as back pain or joint pain.
What’s in the injection?
The solution used for PeriSpinal injections is a mixture of procaine, B vitamins, a homeopathic solution and dextrose.
Is it painful?
You may feel mild, temporary discomfort in some areas, but spinal injections are generally well tolerated.
Is it safe?
Yes. A PeriSpinal injection is safe when administered by a properly trained provider.
Joint Injections (hips, knees, shoulders, elbows, wrists and ankles)
What are joint injections?
Joint injections are used to treat inflammatory or degenerative joint conditions. This can be a key method for pain-free joints and full range of motion.
How does it work?
Highly trained medical staff inject a special combination of natural medications into the affected joint, which bathes the injured tissue in nutrients that stimulate healing.
What solution is injected?
The solution used for joint injections is a mixture of procaine, B vitamins, a homeopathic solution and dextrose.

Is it painful?
You may feel mild, temporary discomfort in some areas, but joint injections are generally well tolerated.
Is it safe?
Yes. A joint injection is safe when administered by a properly trained provider.
Trigger Point Injections
What are trigger point injections?
Trigger point injections (TPI) are used to treat areas of muscle that contain trigger points, or knots of muscle, that are painful because muscles don’t relax. In some cases, these knots can be felt under the skin. Trigger points can irritate nerves around them, causing referred pain that is felt in another part of the body.
How does it work?
Medical staff insert a small needle into the trigger point, to make this point inactive and to alleviate pain. A brief course of treatment can provide sustained relief.
What is the solution injected?
A mixture of procaine, B vitamins, and dextrose.
Is it painful?
TPI is usually well tolerated. The treatment uses small, short needles just beneath the skin surface. Injections may take a few minutes, with several sites injected during one visit. You may experience mild, temporary discomfort.
Is it safe?
Trigger point injections are very safe when administered by a properly trained provider.
Will my insurance cover TPI?
Yes. Most insurance companies pay for this treatment because they see the healing benefit.