Small and Large Joint Injections

Joints are essential for body movements as they are the hinges that connect bones together. They can vary in size, from small finger joints to large hip joints. Cartilage lines the inside of the joint, while a joint capsule encases it and holds the joint fluid in place. Joint pain can result from various causes such as arthritis, trauma, and inflammation. Those experiencing joint pain may report stiffness and pain while moving the joint or when bearing weight. In some cases, the affected joint may swell, lock, or give-way, indicating more severe damage.

Conditions Treated With Joint Injections

The following conditions can be treated with joint injections:

  • Knee or shoulder osteoarthritis
  • Tendon tears.
  • Hip osteoarthritis.
  • Wrist pain.
  • Frozen shoulder or Adhesive capsulitis.
  • Sacro-iliac (SI) joint pain.
  • Ankle pain.


Joint injections are not complicated procedures. These are safe and can potentially even help you avoid surgery. Some of the best benefits of the injections include:

  • Almost instant pain relief and return to normal activities.
  • Anti-inflammatory properties to minimize joint swelling.
  • Avoid oral medication and their side effects.
  • Work as ideal diagnostic tool for detecting the underlying source of pain.
  • Restore range of motion.
  • Help restore function and facilitate more effective Physical Therapy course.
  • Avoidance of surgery.

Schedule a Consutation

Neuro Spine & Pain Center provides a range of joint injections specifically tailored to alleviate pain, inflammation, and diagnose joint-related conditions. Our treatments aim to promote mobility and reduce discomfort in various joints throughout the body, including knees, hips, shoulders, and ankles. Our ultimate objective is to relieve pain, restore joint function, enhance range of motion, and enable patients to resume their daily activities with ease.

Injections into joints are frequently used as a therapeutic option for alleviating pain and stiffness resulting from arthritis and inflammation. Some of the most frequently treated joints with injections include the knees, shoulders, hips, and sacroiliac joints.

We offer joint pain treatments in Key West, South Miami, & Key Largo locations. Get in touch with us at 305-296-2212. Call us to schedule your appointment online today.

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