Oklahoma Pain Physicians, Oklahoma City, OK

Oklahoma Pain Physicians, Norman, OK

Mon-Fri 08:00-17:00, Sat-Sun CLOSED

Oklahoma Pain Physicians Purcell, OK Office

Mon-Thu 08:00-17:00, Fri-Sat-Sun CLOSED

Pain Injections Specialist

Oklahoma Pain Physicians, Oklahoma City, OK
Pain Management located in Oklahoma City, Norman, & Purcell, OK

When you have severe musculoskeletal pain, you might benefit from a pain injection to deliver medication directly to the source of your pain. At Oklahoma Pain Physicians in Oklahoma City, Purcell, and Norman, Oklahoma, Rafael Justiz, MD, and Alina Justiz, MD, provide pain injections to address a variety of conditions ranging from neck pain to knee pain. Call Oklahoma Pain Physicians or request a consultation online today to learn how pain injections can fit into your treatment plan.

Pain Injections Q & A

What are pain injections?

Pain injections deliver medication directly to the part of your body causing pain. The team at Oklahoma Pain Physicians offers a variety of pain injections to alleviate pain. In some cases, a pain injection can help your doctor diagnose the cause of your pain.

Epidural injections

Epidural injections deliver anti-inflammatory medication into the epidural space in your spine, usually to reduce swelling and related nerve compression.

Sacroiliac joint injections

Your sacroiliac joint connects the bottom of your spine to your pelvis. A sacroiliac joint injection puts a steroid and a local anesthetic into the joint to reduce inflammation and pain.

Joint injections

There are several types of joint injection, including hyaluronic acid injections, steroid injections, and platelet-rich plasma injections. These shots reduce pain by relubricating your joints, reducing inflammation, and accelerating your healing process.

Botox® injections

Botox injections can temporarily block the nerve signals that tell your brain that you’re in pain. Botox injections are often used to reduce migraines and temporomandibular joint pain, although your doctor can use them on other places on your body.

Peripheral nerve blocks

Peripheral nerve blocks are a type of anesthetic that stops a nerve from sending pain signals to your brain.

What conditions improve with pain injections?

The team at Oklahoma Pain Physicians incorporates pain injections into multidisciplinary treatment plans for a wide range of conditions, including:
  • Herniated discs
  • Radiculitis
  • Spinal stenosis
  • Spondylosis
  • Degenerative disc disease
  • Neuropathy
  • Neuritis
  • Headaches
  • Migraines
  • Sciatica
  • Facial pain
  • Neck pain
  • Joint pain (eg., knee, hip)
  • If you are living with chronic pain, talk to the team at Oklahoma Pain Physicians about pain injections and if they’re an appropriate method to manage your pain.

    What should I expect when I have a pain injection?

    Your experience when getting a pain injection depends on the type of injection and where on your body you have it.

    Your provider may need to use a special X-ray to ensure they place the needle into the correct location in your spine or joint. In many cases, they provide a local anesthetic at the injection site to help you stay comfortable.

    Call Oklahoma Pain Physicians or request an appointment online today to learn more about pain injections and how they can alleviate your pain.

    What we offer


    Oklahoma Pain Physicians, Oklahoma City, OK

    Phone (appointments):
    Phone (general inquiries):
    (405) 463-3380
    [email protected]
    L4117 NW 122nd Street
    Suite C, Oklahoma City, OK 73120

    Oklahoma Pain Physicians, Norman, OK

    Phone (appointments):
    Phone (general inquiries):
    (405) 310-2715
    [email protected]
    1215 Crossroads Boulevard
    Suite 100, Norman, OK 73072

    Oklahoma Pain Physicians, Purcell, OK

    Phone (appointments):
    Phone (general inquiries):
    [email protected]
    1401 North 4th Street
    Suite 106, Purcell, OK 73080