Infiltrations

This local anesthesia technique works by blocking the transmission of pain information.

Infiltration of patient`s knee

Hereby, anesthetic agents are injected into the affected areas of pain.

Quick alleviation of acute pain

In pain therapy, infiltration is primarily used for treating trigger points (painful knots or nodules in muscle fibers), which often develop within cervical syndrome or lower back pain.

This technique quickly alleviates acute pain, and subsequent treatment every 2-3 days strengthens and increases the duration of effect.