Trigger Point Injections in Neenah, WI

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What Are Trigger Point Injections?

You may have experienced it at some point in your life: a solid knot of muscle under your skin that responds painfully to even the slightest touch. These trigger points can irritate the surrounding nerves, causing pain in that area or even elsewhere around the body (referred pain). If this sounds familiar, you may benefit from trigger point injections (TPI) at WishLane Aesthetics in Neenah, WI. Nurse injector Betsy Wischer is specially trained to offer TPI therapy to relieve a variety of painful conditions, including chronic headaches and migraines, upper and lower back pain, arthritis in the fingers and toes, and more. Formulated with vitamins, minerals, pain relievers, and other ingredients designed to relax the muscles, trigger point injections can be an effective solution if muscle knots and nerve pain are holding back your quality of life. Reach out to our office today to learn more about TPI therapy and other pain management treatments.

How Do Trigger Point Injections Work?

After your consultation to determine if TPI therapy might be beneficial for your case, one of our experienced nurse injectors will administer your injection using a small needle delivered directly to the trigger point. The injection process is quick and requires no downtime, leaving you to get back to your routine right away. At WishLane Aesthetics, Betsy offers trigger point injections using bupivacaine, an effective anesthetic that works by blocking nerve pain in the muscles. She's also excited to offer TPI therapy using platelet-rich fibrin (PRF), a groundbreaking treatment that uses the body's own platelets and proteins (drawn from the blood) to relieve inflammation and help recuperate injured muscle tissues.

You should begin to feel some relief around the trigger point shortly after your treatment. Our providers will also give you a set of post-treatment guidelines to ensure the best results. These often include hot or cold therapy, a stretching routine, and over-the-counter pain relievers.

I have received trigger point injections from Betsy for a while! They work amazing and keep me working everyday! Shannon is awesome too!

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If you're struggling to live with unrelenting pain due to sore, knotted muscles, trigger point injections at WishLane Aesthetics may be the solution you need. Whether your condition is acute or chronic, we encourage you to reach out to our office in Neenah, WI to schedule a consultation and learn more about treatments to manage pain. Our team will work with you to help you find relief.

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Are trigger point injections safe?

Generally, trigger point injections are considered safe when administered by a qualified healthcare professional. Side effects are usually minimal and may include temporary pain or bruising at the injection site. For patients who may have concerns about synthetic products or medications, trigger point injections with platelet-rich fibrin (PRF) - a component taken from the patient's own blood - may be an ideal solution.

How often can you get trigger point injections?

The frequency of trigger point injections depends on the patient's response to treatment, the nature of the underlying condition, the severity of their symptoms, and other factors. In some cases, a single injection may provide sufficient relief, while others may require a series of injections spaced over weeks or months. Following a thorough consultation, our nurse practitioners will recommend an appropriate TPI treatment schedule for you, and we will monitor your response to injections and adjust your treatment schedule as necessary over time.

How can trigger point injections help with migraines?

Trigger point injections can help migraines by targeting specific areas of muscle tension and pain that are responsible for the patient's symptoms. When injected into trigger points—localized muscle knots or bands—these injections can relieve muscle tension and reduce the frequency and severity of migraines. The injections may contain anesthetic agents or medications that help block pain signals and alleviate symptoms associated with migraines. 

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.