FDA-APPROVED INJECTIONS

Champey Pain and Spine of NJ uses FDA-approved injection therapy that relaxes muscles and can be used for the treatment of neck pain, back pain, and migraine headaches. These injections work to block the signals that are sent through the nerve to the affected muscles which result in pain.

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WHAT ARE FDA-APPROVED INJECTIONS?

The FDA-approved injection therapy for neck pain, back pain and chronic migraine headaches only take a matter of minutes. A surgeon, anesthesiologist or pain management specialist uses a fine needle to place injections directly into the muscles that are overactive or causing pain. The injections typically begin working within 3-10 days, and the results usually last about three to four months. Once the muscles are relaxed, many patients not only experience pain relief but also an improved range of motion. Although a single injection is effective, multiple injection cycles seem to work better for patients in order to keep the pain at bay.

Wondering if injections can address your painful condition? Take our 30 second online Pain Assessment Tool to find out. One of our qualified team members will be in touch within one business day to discuss your pain.

WHO CAN GET FDA-APPROVED INJECTIONS?

Patients who suffer from chronic neck pain, back pain or migraine headaches, who have exhausted more conservative forms of treatment may be the ideal patient for injection treatments. Because every individual's symptoms are different and can change over time, the amount and duration of relief experienced with injections vary.

If you suspect injections might be a solution for you, take our short Treatment Assessment Tool to tell us a little about what, if anything, you've tried to treat your pain. One of our qualified team members will be in touch within one business day to discuss possible treatment options.

WHiCH TREATMENT IS RIGHT FOR ME?

Experiencing back or neck pain? Use our treatment check tool to determine possible treatments for chronic or worsening symptoms.

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