Trigger Points are painful areas of contracted muscles. Fascia is a connective tissue rich in nerves and also contributes to pain. Trigger Point Injection therapy is used to treat muscular and fascial pain to restore normal muscle function and relieve pain.
Many patients note improvement after the first, or first few treatments. It is common for the pain to return after a few days or weeks. Depending on the severity of your condition, and how long you have been suffering with pain, it can take a number of treatments to improve or resolve your symptoms.
Local anaesthetics have been safely used for over 100 years. They are routinely used for dentistry, surgery, and to treat chronic pain. Most patients don’t experience side effects, however, these are possible:
To book an appointment, please have your Family Doctor or Specialist fax us a completed referral form including all reports from relevant specialists or imaging along with your referral. Once your referral is received, our staff will contact you to book an appointment and send you intake forms to help us assess you more completely.
No. We provide procedural pain management treatments.
If you are a BC resident with MSP coverage, the cost of most treatments are covered by MSP.