This technique consists of injecting an anti-inflammatory or anesthetic drug into the injured area. The goal is to reduce inflammation and pain and improve functionality. There is hardly any discomfort and often a single application is sufficient.
Hyaluronic acid infiltrations
It is an intra-articular infiltration with hyaluronic acid (HA). HA helps repair wounds, reduces pain and improves function. It is applied in pathologies related to any joint, allowing a quick recovery although it is effective for a limited period of time.
The application of platelet rich plasma (PRP) is a novel technique of cell regeneration that accelerates the healing of muscle, tendon and joint injuries. The application is painless and has no side effects. Like the AH, the role of the PRP is palliative, not healing.
Diagnostic and interventional ultrasound
The ultrasound system facilitates the performance of infiltrations and other non-invasive procedures by allowing to approach areas of difficult access or with vascular, visceral or nervous risk.