Hip Pain Injections
The team at Melbourne Radiology Clinic are specialists in the treatment of musculoskeletal pain of the hip joint. Before commencing with any hip pain injections, we offer a broad range of tests to ensure an accurate diagnosis.
Once a diagnosis has been finalised and the clinical decision has been made to proceed to injection, we use our modern imaging equipment to accurately guide a needle to deliver appropriate pain-relieving medication directly into the region where the pain is emanating from.
Hip injections for pain relief are one of our most requested services and are delivered by a team of fellowship trained musculoskeletal and MRI specialist radiologists at our clinic in East Melbourne. The injections provide welcome relief from both acute and chronic pain for patients struggling with hip injuries or conditions who have not responded adequately to prescribed periods of rest, medication and rehabilitation. They also prove beneficial for patients wishing to have their pain alleviated prior to waiting for ultimate surgical treatment.
Melbourne Radiology Clinic offers injections for the treatment of muscle injuries and hip disorders.
Why You May Need an Injection for Hip Pain, Wrist Pain or Elbow Pain
There are many reasons why patients may need pain injections to ease pain in hips, wrists and elbows. Often, pain hasn’t responded well to rest and rehabilitation and therefore requires a more direct approach. We are specialists in treating a broad range of musculoskeletal pain syndromes, including bursitis of the knee, hip and buttocks and routinely deliver pain injections for the subacromial (shoulder), iliopsoas (anterior hip) ischial (buttock) and infrapatellar (knee) bursae.
We deliver all our cortisone injections for elbow and wrist pain using ultrasound to guide us, thus ensuring precise delivery of the medication to the area where it is needed.
A Proven Treatment for Bursitis and Tenosynovium
Bursitis occurs due to wear and tear from excessive use or ageing. Most cases respond positively to rehabilitation and medication together with restriction or cessation of the activity that initially caused the symptoms. However, if symptoms persist, a cortisone injection directly into the bursa can help to reduce or eliminate the pain.
Many people suffer from painful wrists, often caused by repetitive movements which result in increased friction between the wrist tendons. The tendon sheath becomes inflamed by the repetitive movement, ultimately producing excess fluid. While this condition (tenosynovitis) can occur in any tendon of the body, in the wrist it is known as de Quervain’s tenosynovitis. This form of tenosynovitis can be successfully treated with an injection for wrist pain at our clinic.
Learn More about Cortisol Injections for Elbow Pain, Wrist Pain and Hip Pain
If you would like further information about how we can successfully treat elbow, wrist and hip pain with cortisol injections or any other pain relief injections such as cortisone injection in foot, CT guided nerve root injection and bursitis injection for shoulder, please get in touch with us here at Melbourne Radiology Clinic either by calling us on (03) 9667 1667, emailing us at email@example.com or by completing our online form.
Our modern clinic is located on the ground floor of 3-6/100 Victoria Parade in East Melbourne and our clinic hours are 08:00-19:00 Monday to Friday and 09:00-14:00 on Saturday. We look forward to seeing you.
Injection Options for Hip Pain
For hip pain and related musculoskeletal injuries, the regenerative treatment options available at Melbourne Radiology Clinic are as follows: Autologous Blood injection (ABI), Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Injection, sclerosant injection, and Autologous Tenocyte Implantation & Autologous Tenocyte Therapy (ATI/ATT).
ABI and PRP injections are often used to treat hip osteoarthritis. Other conditions that they can treat include bursitis, tendinitis, bone injuries, and torn ligaments. ATI/ATT and sclerotherapy can help relieve and treat hip pain that arises from gluteal tendinopathy and other tendon disorders.
Call Us for More Information on Hip Pain Injections
If you have any inquiries about our treatments for hip pain, you can contact Melbourne Radiology Clinic today. We will be happy to answer your questions about our procedures and assist you in finding the appropriate treatment for your condition.