In intractable painful conditions of the shoulder, it is even more important to give local steroid injections. The only caution to be used is touse it in the correct site and for the correct indication. For . a sub-acromial bursitis will readily respond to sub-acromial injection, an intra-articular injection may be best used in tendon inflammation. Frozen shoulder responds very well to steroid injections. There are different preferences the site of steroid injections is case of a frozen shoulder. However, unequivocally a sub-acromial injection does not seem to work in case of a frozen shoulder. Injecting in the gleno-humeral joint space ( intra articular) has been a practice with some physicians. But an intra articular injection fails as often as it succeeds. The best outcomes in frozen shoulder are obtained by injecting steroids in the Supra scapular nerve (SSN) space. There are many methods advocated to practice SSN space injection. This injection works to reduce the pain and improves the exercise range of the affected individual.
Hi I don’t know if this website keeps up-to-date or not but I got in my test enath and I had to get needles on my own so I got the needles which are insulin needles that are most commonly used by insulin meters and heroin people that read 1 mL /CC and has 100 units I understand that you have to take 500 mL a week which is two separate shots of 250 mg but I’m wondering if my needle that I have is the right type a needle to use for that so if I go to 10cc then it will equal 250 ml for one shot because my friend who also uses gear said to go to the 60 mL ???