Perineural Injections

Perineural injections involve the administration of a dextrose solution (a form of sugar) near peripheral nerves that are believed to be sources of pain and discomfort.

About Perineural Injections

The science behind this treatment is rooted in the understanding that certain peripheral nerves can become sensitized due to injury or inflammation, leading to persistent pain. By targeting these nerves with a dextrose solution, perineural injections aim to reduce inflammation and disrupt pain signals, providing relief and promoting healing.

Ideal Candidates

Individuals with conditions like neuropathy or migraines.

Those experiencing muscle tension or spasms.

Individuals with headaches affecting facial aesthetics.

Patients preferring non-surgical options.

Individuals favoring holistic healthcare.

Benefits of Perineural Injections

  • Targeted Relief: By focusing on specific peripheral nerves, this treatment provides precise pain relief without affecting surrounding areas.
  • Minimal Side Effects: The use of a natural substance like dextrose minimizes the risk of adverse reactions, making it a safer option for many patients.
  • Non-Surgical: As a non-invasive procedure, perineural injections require no downtime, allowing patients to continue their daily activities with minimal interruption.


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Quick answers to questions you may have

Perineural injections can effectively manage a variety of conditions, including neuropathy, fibromyalgia, migraines, and muscle tension, among others.

Perineural injections target nerve pathways with a solution containing medications such as local anesthetics and steroids. By blocking pain signals, they alleviate discomfort and promote relaxation in affected areas.

During the procedure, a healthcare provider will identify the target area and administer the injection using a fine needle. The process is quick and typically well-tolerated, with minimal discomfort.

Relief from pain or discomfort can vary depending on the individual and the specific condition being treated. Some patients experience immediate relief, while others may notice gradual improvement over the following days.



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