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What is Interventional Musculoskeletal Radiology?

Interventional Musculoskeletal Radiology is practiced at Nexus to perform Ultrasound or C-arm guided procedures for Pain Management.

Why to do a Musculoskeletal Radiology?

If you are suffering from a musculoskeletal injury or condition, causing you chronic pain, and you don't know the exact cause of it, then there is a good chance ultrasound imaging can help your doctor in diagnosis and treatment plan.

Ultrasound gives the doctor a fast and safe objective look of the soft tissues or problems the patient might have. This will help your doctor in getting a more accurate diagnosis and better treatment.

Ultrasound Guided Procedures

Let's have a look how your treatment for Pain Management looks like on Ultrasound Machine on your various body parts.

ACP Injection In 1st MTP Joint

Hydrodissection of Achillies Tendon

Who can visit us?

  • Anyone who is constantly facing continuous pain.
  • People with recent or old sports injuries with ongoing pain.
  • People who have been taking medications for their pain but without much benefit.
  • Athletes who cannot afford to undergo long rehabilitation schedules and medications and want to go back to the game faster.
  • People who do not want to undergo any surgery for their pain.
  • Those who wish to treat their pain but are unfit for surgery.

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What are benefits of Interventional Musculoskeletal Radiology?

Non- Surgical Approach

No need of admission

Minimally invasive (only a needle prick) hence, less painful

Short recovery time

Less risk

What procedures can be performed?

All these procedures are OPD based procedures not requiring any admission or at most a day care admission. This makes it a cheaper alternative and financially viable. 

  • Local steroid and PRP (Protein Rich Plasma) injections in and around your joints (bursa, tendon sheaths) – Tennis and Golfer’s elbow injections, shoulder, hip and knee joint injections, plantar fasciitis injection etc.
  • Morton’s neuroma and carpal tunnel injections.
  • Procedures like hydro-dilatation for frozen shoulder, trigger finger release, calcific barbotage for calcific tendinitis.
  • Ganglion cyst, Baker’s cyst parameniscal cyst and Para labral cyst rupture and aspiration with a needle.
  • Cervical, thoracic and lumbar nerve root blocks and epidural injections for back pain.
  • Pars and facet joint injections, facet joint synovial cyst rupture.
  • Bone and soft tissue mass biopsy.
  • Radiofrequency ablation of osteoid osteoma.

Frequently Asked Questions

Have questions? We're here to help.

  • These procedures are performed by dedicated Interventional Musculoskeletal Radiologists, Pain management Specialists and Orthopaedic surgeons.

  • Either a combination of local steroid and local anaesthetic or Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP). The steroid that is used is a locally acting and in a very small dose which does not cause systemic body side effects.

    PRP is derived from your own blood where a small amount of your blood is drawn and centrifuged to get the plasma which is very rich in growth factors. This is injected back in your body at site of pain for faster and better healing.

  • This involves removing a small piece of tissue from the site of interest under image guidance and send it for microscopic diagnosis, whenever required. This is done by Interventional Musculoskeletal Radiologists.

  • Osteoid osteoma is a small benign tumour but causes lot of pain. Using image guidance, the tumour is burnt with just a needle making the patient pain free and allowing them to live a normal life.