Manhattan Trigger Point Muscle Pain Physical Therapy Center Treatment Announced

Manhattan physical therapy center Infinity Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation has announced the availability of trigger point injection therapy at its Flatiron facility. This form of therapy is used to provide quick and effective muscle pain relief for New York City patients.

New York, United States - May 22, 2019 /NewsNetwork/ —

Manhattan physical therapy center Infinity Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation announced its trigger point muscle pain treatment for hyper-irritable skeletal muscles. The center uses trigger point injection therapy alongside other therapeutic techniques to provide sustained relief from pain.

More information about Infinity Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation is available at http://www.infinitysportsmedicine.com

According to healthcare journal Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinics of North America, more than 10 percent of the American population suffer from chronic musculoskeletal disorders. Muscular disorders are characterized by tenderness and pain that may be triggered by touch or firm pressure to the affected area.

Infinity Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation provides trigger point injection therapy in conjunction with other pain alleviation and imbalance correction therapies. The procedure involves the injection of an anesthetic, a corticosteroid, and saline into the affected area and follow-up sessions, if required.

Active or latent trigger points may cause pain, muscle weakness, and restrict movement to the point of disability. Trigger point injection therapy provides prompt and effective relief in cases of pain or dysfunction caused by myofascial trigger points. The treatment only requires a few minutes and multiple pain sites can be treated in a single sitting.

The Chelsea NYC sports medicine healthcare facility treats sports and dance injuries as well as injuries to the head, neck, shoulder, hip, back, wrist, ankle, and foot. The sports injury care New York City facility is staffed to provide rehabilitative care for a wide range of common and complex injuries including fractures, fibromyalgia, soft tissue injuries, osteoarthritis, impingements, tears, strains, and inflammation.

According to a spokesperson for the Flatiron NY physical rehabilitation therapy center, “At Infinity Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation we focus on individualized, high quality, one-on-one care. Our goals are to alleviate pain, correct the imbalance and improve function as quickly as possible. We concentrate our efforts on treating the whole person and not just the pain.”

Infinity Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation is a physical therapy facility headed by Dr. Marina Babiy and her team of qualified doctors, chiropractors, and physical therapists. The facility partners with several major insurance providers.

More information is available by calling 212-488-3400 and by visiting the URL above.

Contact Info:
Name: Stephen Kim
Organization: Infinity Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation
Address: 55 West 19th Street 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10011, United States
Phone: +1-212-488-3400
Website: http://www.InfinitySportsMedicine.com

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 516045

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