So The process is most often used on issues such as lower back pain, tendonitis, sciatica, knees and hips. In a process similar to acupuncture the injection point does not always mirror the site of the actual pain to treat the musculoskeletal area. You may find that the common injection entry point is instead under close or near the affected area or somewhere else equally obscure to the affected pain region.
The injection therapy formulation depends on your particular issue being addressed. It may be dextrose or a platelet-rich plasma or potentially stem cells. Your medical practitioner will discuss with you the injection options along with what is actually going to be injected and the rationale behind the actual injection point. This pre-consultation must always take place so the patient knows exactly what is going to take place.
Personally, I have found that standard western medicine is still amiss when it comes to a range of medical issues. They seem to be lagging behind is using treatments that are effective and do no harm to the body. I would suggest to anyone who has an ongoing condition that conventional western medicine will not help and to look further to the traditional Eastern medicines. Open your mind to the possibility that there are other avenues that you can pursue that may allow you to lead a much more comfortable life.