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BURSITIS
Bursitis is the inflammation of one or more bursae. The bursae are fluid-filled sacs that cushion and pad bony prominences, allowing muscles and tendons to move freely over the bone When bursitis occurs movement of the inflamed area becomes difficult and painful. Symptoms vary from local joint pain and stiffness, to burning pain that surrounds the joint around the inflamed bursa. The pain usually is worse during and after activity. Noninfectious bursitis can be treated with cortisone injection and anti-inflammatory pain medication. Infectious (septic) bursitis may require antibiotic therapy and repeated aspiration of the infected fluid. PCA will help you determine if surgical drainage and removal of the infected bursa sac may be necessary.
WHAT WE TREAT:

BACK PAIN


NECK PAIN

PELVIC PAIN

MYOFASCIAL PAIN

SCIATICA

BURSITIS >>

JOINT PAIN

POST HERPETIC NEURALGIA (SHINGLES)

PERIPHERAL NEUROPATHY

FAILED BACK SURGERY
SYNDROME


MIGRAINE / HEADACHE PAIN


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