Injection therapy into joints

Our practice specializes in the administration of joint injections. For example, an interarticular infiltration therapy (injections) can be applied to the affected joint for the treatment of arthrosis. In doing so, the damaged cartilage can be regenerated, and the joint can once again be made painless and stress-resistant.

A distinctive feature of my practice is a special form of local icing that I use before injecting a joint. This can make the injection into a joint virtually painless.