Trigger Point Therapy and SCENAR Therapy

 

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Trigger Point Injection Therapy is a procedure used to treat painful area of muscle that contain myofascial trigger points, or knots of muscle that form when muscles do

not relax. These knots can irritate the nerves around them and cause pain either focally or referred. A very small needle is inserted into each trigger point to inject a small amount of local anesthetic. This causes the muscle to automatically release, thus reducing pain right away. People with many different types of pain can benefit from this procedure, including fibromyalgia, whiplash, headaches, and other types of chronic pain. This treatment can be done in as quick as 15 minutes per session. 

 

SCENAR (Self Controlled Engero Neuro Adaptive Regulator) is an electrical device that helps with sprains, strains, edema, nerve and muscle pain and inflammation. This electrical device emits random electrical impulses with real time biofeedback from the brain. The biofeedback is constant which allows the device to adjust and deliver the correct type and amount of energy to the body. The SCENAR device was designed to prevent adaptation. to its stimulation which encourages the body to heal and reduce pain.

 

Both of these services can be billable to your insurance company depending on your coverage. If your interested in one of these therapies, we would be happy to set up a free 15 minute consult with Dr. Amber Content, ND to see if this treatment is a good fit for you!