Perineural Injection Therapy (PIT) - Known As Neural Prolotherapy Or Lyftogt Perineural Injection Treatment For Pain In Brooklyn, NYC
What Is Perineural Injection Therapy (PIT)?
Perineural Injection Therapy (PIT) is also known as Neural Prolotherapy or Lyftogt Perineural Injection Treatment. It’s an advanced regenerative treatment to ease neuropathic pain.
Neuropathic pain is caused by injury and inflammation that damages the function of your nerves. It can happen with:
Chronic disease, like diabetes
Neurologic disease, like multiple sclerosis
PIT uses dextrose injections to enhance your natural healing process and pain suppression mechanisms. The dextrose solution promotes cellular regeneration and interrupts the transmission of pain signals, resulting in effective healing and pain relief.
How Does Perineural Injection Therapy (PIT) Work?
Perineural Injection Therapy aims to treat inflamed cutaneous nerves through a series of injections. Dr. Sardar injects a 5% dextrose solution around the area of the painful nerve. He targets a very specific Valleix point; the point where a superficial nerve passes on a resistant surface, making it prone to compression.
Targeting these exact points will promote biological reactions in and around the nerve to achieve therapeutic effects:
- Vasodilation: The dextrose solution causes your blood vessels to expand, increasing the blood supply to the injured area. This blood supply is rich in oxygen and nutrients, which boosts natural tissue healing.
- Weakens pain receptors: 5% dextrose solution has analgesic effects that weaken your pain receptors and turn off pain signals, eliminating pain.
- Weakens pain centers: PIT numbs the pain centers in your spine and disrupts the transmission of pain signals to your brain. No pain signals, no pain.
- Stimulating healing and regeneration: When the dextrose solution comes in contact with your connective tissues and cells, it induces cellular proliferation and regeneration. This prompts tissue formation, resulting in faster healing and recovery.
Who Is A Candidate For Perineural Injection Therapy?
Perineural Injection Therapy (PIT) has a high success rate in treating chronic nerve pain from musculoskeletal injuries, inflammatory diseases, and neurologic diseases.
At our pain management clinic in Brooklyn, New York, Dr. Sardar uses Perineural Injection Therapy to treat various painful conditions:
- Ankle pain
- Chronic low-back pain
- Elbow pain
- Wrist pain
- Joint pain
- Spine pain
- Low back pain
- Neck pain or strain
- Arthritis pain
- Carpal tunnel pain
- All forms of neuropathic pain
PIT is one of the best non-invasive alternatives if you want to avoid surgery and steroids for your pain. You may benefit from neural prolotherapy if you have:
- Recurrent and chronic pain
- Musculoskeletal disorders
- Pain from a ligament injury
- Painful post-surgical rehabilitation
- Painful nerves
- Difficulty moving your joints
- Using pain meds with no improvement
What Are The Benefits Of Perineural Injection Therapy (PIT)?
Perineural Injections are an entirely non-surgical, drug-free, natural treatment to boost your natural healing mechanism and reduce chronic pain. You can avoid risky surgical procedures or adverse effects from steroid injections and prescription painkillers.
Perineural subcutaneous injections are a reliable therapy to relieve debilitating pain. You can even combine it with conventional treatments and physical therapy to maximize the therapeutic effects and provide effective pain relief.
As such, PIT is quickly gaining popularity among Dr. Sardar’s patients for a few reasons:
Improvement in blood circulation
Blockage of pain sensation from the nerves
Little to no reported adverse effects
Stabilization of joints after achieving improvements in pain levels
Significant reduction in neuropathic pain
Alleviation of musculoskeletal pain
No incisions or scars
No recovery period
How Is Perineural Injection Therapy Performed?
A PIT session takes very little time to perform. Once Dr. Sardar locates and examines the injured cutaneous nerve, he preps your skin with a disinfectant.
He will use a small needle to administer the 5% dextrose solution in between your muscle and the deepest layer of your skin. The injection should elicit quick pain relief in and around your nerve.
You may feel slight discomfort, bruising, and redness in the treated area. This is entirely normal and will resolve in a few days. You may have around 5 to 8 PIT sessions, depending on the extent of your condition and your body’s response to treatment.
Recovery After Perineural Injection Therapy (PIT)
Outcomes of perineural injections differ in individual patients. You may start to feel pain relief a few minutes after your shot. Most times, the relief from the first injection only lasts a short period.
But with consistent PIT sessions, PIT can significantly reduce the intensity of the pain with every injection.
You may experience some mild bruising, redness, and numbness in the area, but these symptoms will subside within a few days. These are natural responses of your body when recovering. You can easily remedy these using an ice pack for a few minutes.
There are no restrictions after a PIT session. You’re free to go back to work or continue your daily routine. However, it’s best to avoid exercises and activities that can stress the newly treated area.
Where Can I Get Perineural Injection Therapy (PIT)?
Dr. Henry Sardar, one of the leading pain management specialists in New York, offers Perineural Injection Therapy in his Brooklyn pain clinic. He is inviting all of his patients to experience the therapeutic effects of PIT first-hand.
PIT is a revolutionary approach to effectively relieving various neuropathic and musculoskeletal disorders.
Perineural subcutaneous injections help you lead a pain-free life – no surgery, no steroids, no medications.
Since Dr. Sardar believes in this treatment, he wants you to experience the effective, long-lasting pain relief that PIT brings, regardless of what your insurance covers.
Contact us at PainTherapy Medical Care, New York’s best pain management clinic, and book your session with Dr. Sardar today!
At other services at our Brooklyn pain clinic, we accept most major insurance providers: New York State Medicaid, HealthFirst, Fidelis Care, Affinity Group, Metro Plus, Amerigroup, BlueCross / BlueShield Medicaid Plan, and United Health Care Community Plan.