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Pain Injections

In Phoenix Arizona

At Atlas Pain Specialists we work with patients to help alleviate pain with the help of Pain Injections. We try to find the right solutions on a patient-to-patient basis.
What Are Pain Injections


Pain injections, such as those containing steroids, are a synthetic version of hormones that are normally produced by the adrenal glands, two small glands found above the kidneys. When steroids are injected into a joint or muscle, they can reduce redness and swelling (inflammation) in the nearby area. This can help relieve your stiffness and pain in that area.
Also known as corticosteroid injections, steroid injections, are medications used to help reduce inflammation. Patients suffering from joint pain, arthritis, sciatica, and inflammatory bowel disease may be given a steroid injection. These injections are given by healthcare professionals. Here are some examples: triamcinolone, hydrocortisone, and methylprednisolone.
Pain doctor in Phoenix Arizona giving a patient a Pain Injection

Benefits of 
Pain Injections

Reduce Inflammation

Pain can often be a result inflammation inside the body. Many times, there's no visible physical injury. Inflammation will cause the space in our bodies becomes tight, and nerves become compressed. When this happens you may feel pain, tingling, or numbness. It can even cause a loss of sensation in some areas of the body. Pain injections reduce inflammation by administering anti-inflammatory medicines into the affected joints or muscles.

Lasting Pain Relief

When you take a pain reliever to manage your pain the results generally only last a few hours that is followed by unpleasant side effects. However. pain injections the pain relief can extend a few months to a year or more. While it may take a few days or weeks for the pain injection to work, the results are longer lasting than taking pain relievers. You also can return for multiple injections over a specific period of time (there is a threshold).


Injections are an excellent alternative to surgery. Surgery generally requires a few days to a few months of recovery, while pain injections are typically an out-patient procedure and cause minimal recovery time. In many cases, you can return to your daily routine the next day.

Insurances May Cover Cost

Many pain management clinics accept insurances, including us, Atlas Pain Specialists. While there is no guarantee that your insurance provider will cover your pain injection many will cover either all or some of the costs. Check with your insurance provider and ask them what they cover.
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Pain Conditions that Injections Can Treat

Here are some of the common pain conditions that pain injections can treat. Atlas Pain Specialists reviews each case separately and find the best pain management solution.
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