1073 S Pearl St

Denver CO 80209

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9am – 6pm

Trigger Point Injections (TPI)

Get Rid of Tight Muscles and Muscle Knots!

Do Trigger Point Injections Really Work?

Have you had a tight muscle and been told “Drink More Water”? Or maybe that you need to hydrate better? Trigger point injections are a way of hydrating and getting vitamins and electrolytes directly to those tight muscles! Also called “Wet Needling”, this is an effective chronic muscle tension treatment. Better than just lidocaine, we use sodium, calcium and potassium with B12 and 5% dextrose to give the muscle what it needs to recover.

Hydrate Muscles

We all know we need to hydrate with activity. Sometimes that doesn't always work. Trigger Point Injection gets the water and electrolytes to the muscles that need it!

Release Knots

Tendons connect our muscles to bones. Over time they can become overused and weak. This is referred to as Tendinopathy. Prolotherapy helps the body to heal the tendons, allowing an athlete to perform at their best.

Speed Recovery

It has recently been discovered that Prolotherapy can help in the treatment of Osteoarthritis. It helps the body to produce cartilage, thus reducing the pain of arthritis, especially when you first start having symptoms.

Trigger Point Injections Near Me

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$ 150 1TPI Treatment
  • Total $150

5 Treatment Series

$ 120 Cost Per Treatment
  • Total $599
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3 Treatment Series

$ 133 Cost Per Treatment
  • Total $399

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Are Trigger Point Injections the same as Steroids?

No.  Steroids, or a cortisone shot, is used to reduce inflammation in a specific area.  It also has the side effect of damaging surrounding connective tissues, like muscles tendons and ligaments.  A Trigger Point Injection (TrP) is use to hydrate a specific muscle or group of muscles.  Different offices will use different solutions, some only injecting Lidocaine to numb the area.  We use a combination of electrolytes, dextrose and B12 if hydrate the muscle, not just numb it. 


Many times we will see immediate improvement with Trigger Point Injections.  How long they last will depend mostly on the person’s activity level and how long the muscle knot has been there.  For a recent injury, maybe 1 or 2 sessions will be enough.  For more chronic conditions, we may need to do a series of 5 or more it really get the area to stay relaxed

Our clinic is at 1073 South Pearl St.  We are right by the Whole Foods in the West Wash Park neighborhood

Insurance may pay for your injections, it will just depend on your specific plan.  Due to the amount of time that it takes for insurance companies to pay for benefits they cover and because they keep reducing the cost of their reimbursement, we will be happy to provide a superbill for the treatment, and the insurance will reimburse you directly.  We can also accept HSA or Flex Spending cards. 

Yes!  The main idea of Trigger Point Injections (TrP) is to release the muscle knot and provide the muscle with the nutrients it needs to hydrate and recover.

Wet Needling is another name for Trigger Point Injections (TPI).  Dry Needling refers to inserting a needle in to the skin, but not injecting any solution.  Wet Needling it another name to for injections since you are inserting the needle and the solution. 

We’re Here to Help

Prolotherapy of Denver is a judgment-free zone. You can be a weekend warrior, finish on the podium, or just trying to be a better you. We’re not here to judge you; we just want to help you get back out there, doing the things you love. We want to work with you, where you are now to help you achieve your goals.  Give us a call today and let us know how we can help you!
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