Medial Branch and Facet Blocks

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There are a few types of blocks available at Peak Health and Wellness, so how can you understand the differences between them? Two of the most common are facet blocks and medial branch blocks. A facet block is an injection of anesthetic combined with a steroid into a spinal joint. A medial branch block is pretty similar, except the medication is … Read More

Manipulation Under Anesthesia for Pain Relief in Utah

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Pain Doctor with Patient

Peak Health and Wellness is committed to providing you with a wide range of holistic and alternative options beyond what your GP or surgeon can provide. A lot of the time, these approaches can help you achieve improved or longer-lasting pain relief, minimize or eliminate dependency on pharmaceuticals, and even delay or avoid surgery. One option is manipulation under anesthesia, also … Read More

Joint Injections for Pain

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Joint injections are one of the most common procedures at Peak Health and Wellness, and even though they might seem straightforward there are still some foundational things you should know. For starters, not all joint injections are the same. They may use different drugs based on your type of pain, and the most common steroids used are hydrocortisone, triamcinolone, and methylprednisolone (they … Read More

Can You Get Injections in Any Joint?

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Knee Joint Injections Utah

Yes! Peak Health and Wellness offers injections in any joint of the body if a detailed evaluation with our pain specialists determines that injections might be helpful in minimizing your pain. These injections are non-surgical and minimally invasive. They’re also relatively comfortable because they involve an injection of both an anesthetic to numb the area along with a corticosteroid. Our joints … Read More

Alarming Rise in Sports Injuries in Utah During Covid-19 Pandemic

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Sports Injuries in Utah

You might think a pandemic would decrease the number of sports injuries since teams are no longer practicing and playing like they used to, but that isn’t the case. Peak Health and Wellness has seen an increase in sports injuries since the pandemic began. This is because people are rightfully avoiding the gym, in-person coaches, and personal trainers in favor of working out by … Read More

Epidural injections aren’t just for women in labor

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Utah Back Pain

The word “epidural” often makes people think of a woman giving birth, but the reality is that epidural injections can help reduce pain in a number of situations. It’s one of the most popular pain management tools at Peak Health and Wellness. Epidurals might be associated with childbirth, but these injections were not initially invented strictly for those in labor. The very … Read More

Epidurals in Utah – Not Just for pregnancy

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Epidurals in Utah

Contrary to popular belief, an epidural injection isn’t just for those in labor. Peak Health and Wellness offers epidural injections as a type of joint injection used to minimize all types of pain in the back, arms, legs, and neck. Pain in these areas is often caused by an inflamed spinal nerve, perhaps from disc herniation or spinal stenosis. A Utah epidural … Read More

Your Basic Guide To Diabetes-Related Foot Pain

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The foot pain related to diabetes, which is also known as foot neuropathy, is a widespread complication that occurs to numerous people with diabetes. It happens to those suffering from diabetes type 1 and 2. The less controlled your blood sugar is, and the longer you have diabetes, the more likely it is you will develop discomfort or foot pain … Read More

Why Should I Go To A Pain Specialist?

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Are you in Utah and looking for pain specialist? You’ve landed at the right place. If you’re suffering from chronic pain, it’s likely that you’ve had discussions and began treatment with your primary care physician. Numerous patients have been visiting the same primary care physician for all their adult lives and feel comfortable with them; therefore, preferring to receive every … Read More