Joint Injection

Why is it done?

Joint Injections are done to help treat those with Arthritis. A steroid is injected into the joint to help reduce inflammation and to reduce pain. Improvement is typically fast.

What Joints are typically treated with Injections?

Commonly injected joints include the knee, shoulder, ankle, elbow, wrist, base of the thumb, and small joints of the hands and feet.

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