How Does Stem Cell Therapy Work?
Stem cells are encoded cells that are injected into the damaged area to reproduce new cells whether it is muscle tissue, bone or cartilage. The process begins immediately with no surgery, no prescriptions, and no downtime, but you must be approved by the doctor first. The trigger point injections in Bradenton requires that there must be enough of the original tissue for the stem cells to replicate, and the doctor can typically determine that with an X-ray.
This multiplication process has been researched and used for decades by surgeons to heal the body after serious surgeries. Research has shown that the stem cells, once injected, will multiply for many months with results often beginning in the first few weeks.
How Are Injections Administered?
You may be able to sit down or lie down for the injections. Our doctor will then inject the trigger points in the lower back with the anesthesia or corticosteroid.
You can have a number of trigger point injections done during one visit. Each injection only takes a couple of minutes. Bradenton residents who are experiencing back pain welcome the relief that trigger point injections may be able to provide. They are happy to have increased mobility and the ability to go back to work, enjoy time with friends and family, and sleep without unbearable pain.
What to Expect After the Treatment
Once the treatment is done, you should be able to use your muscles in a normal way. Stretching the area can help with soreness, as well as ice packs and certain exercises. You should notice that the muscles in the treated area become more relaxed, and the pain that you are experiencing goes away.
Why Do the Injections Work?
To understand why trigger point injections work, it is good to take a look at what is causing your muscle pain. When you have tension in your muscles, the nerves in your muscles become agitated. This leads to your muscles spasming and forming knots. This is a defensive measure that your muscles are taking to protect you. However, it is a painful reaction.
When your muscles become knotted with a spasm, this also leads to inflammation, which only makes the problem worse. When there is pain that involves your muscles and your nerves, the pain radiates out to parts of your body that seem to be unrelated to the source of the pain. This makes it even harder to figure out where to start when it comes to providing pain relief.
Trigger point injections for lower back pain are designed to identify where the pain is coming from. In many cases, you will actually be able to feel the knot underneath your skin. In other cases, you may not be able to. Be assured that our team of professionals will be able to find the source of your trigger point pain.
Bradenton residents who are experiencing lower back pain have found relief from it using trigger point injections. Would you like to learn more about these treatments and see if they are right for you? If so, visit Synergy Medical to learn more.
Contact us today to schedule your lower back pain consultation!