Infusion Therapy

Reduce pain and find relief from chronic pain.

Lidocaine Infusions

Lidocaine infusions are a therapeutic option utilized in chronic pain management. This treatment involves administering lidocaine, a local anesthetic, intravenously over a period of time to alleviate persistent discomfort. By targeting the nervous system, lidocaine infusions can disrupt pain signals, providing relief for individuals suffering from various types of chronic pain conditions, such as neuropathic pain or fibromyalgia.

The infusion process is conducted at Avella in a controlled setting under the supervision of healthcare professionals. While lidocaine infusions can be effective for some patients, not everyone may experience significant relief, and individual responses may vary. It’s important for patients considering this treatment to discuss its potential benefits, risks, and alternatives with one of our Pain Management Specialists at Avella to determine if it’s a suitable option for your specific condition.

Business man with painful migraine
Business man with painful migraine

Ketamine Infusions

Ketamine infusions offer a promising approach in the realm of chronic pain management. Ketamine, traditionally known as an anesthetic, has gained attention for its potential to alleviate chronic pain when administered intravenously in controlled doses. This treatment targets the central nervous system, where ketamine can modulate pain perception and disrupt maladaptive pain pathways. Ketamine infusions have shown effectiveness in managing conditions such as complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS), neuropathic pain, and certain types of migraines.

It is important to note that individual responses to ketamine infusion therapy can vary, and not all patients may experience significant relief. Ketamine infusions are administered at Avella under the supervision of trained professionals due to the potential for side effects and dissociative effects. It’s important for patients considering this treatment to discuss its potential benefits, risks, and alternatives with one of our Pain Management Specialists at Avella to determine if it’s a suitable option for your specific condition.

Ketamine Infusions

Ketamine infusions offer a promising approach in the realm of chronic pain management. Ketamine, traditionally known as an anesthetic, has gained attention for its potential to alleviate chronic pain when administered intravenously in controlled doses. This treatment targets the central nervous system, where ketamine can modulate pain perception and disrupt maladaptive pain pathways. Ketamine infusions have shown effectiveness in managing conditions such as complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS), neuropathic pain, and certain types of migraines.

It is important to note that individual responses to ketamine infusion therapy can vary, and not all patients may experience significant relief. Ketamine infusions are administered at Avella under the supervision of trained professionals due to the potential for side effects and dissociative effects. It’s important for patients considering this treatment to discuss its potential benefits, risks, and alternatives with one of our Pain Management Specialists at Avella to determine if it’s a suitable option for your specific condition.

Business man with painful migraine

CGRP Receptor Blocker Infusion Therapy for Migraines

Eptinezumab-jjmr is a novel treatment option for chronic migraine management. It is a monoclonal antibody therapy administered via intravenous infusion every few months. It works by targeting and blocking the calcitonin gene-related peptide (CGRP), a molecule involved in migraine pathophysiology. By inhibiting CGRP, it helps reduce the frequency and severity of migraine attacks for individuals with chronic migraine, defined as experiencing 15 or more headache days per month, with at least 8 of those days featuring migraine symptoms. A Pain Management Specialist at Avella will assess each patient individually to determine suitability of this treatment option for migraine management.
Business man with painful migraine

What Our Patients Say

Dr. Sharma and her staff provide me with pain management in so many forms, and this clinic is the most valuable resource in providing me with better quality of life. Dr. Sharma truly cares and listens, and believes me when I talk about my experience and pain. I have followed her from two other clinics and I’m very glad I could! I can count on this clinic and I feel confident in the fact that they care, and that’s a great feeling to have with any doctor.

Lauren Alexandra

Dr. Sharma and the staff are very welcoming and supportive. The office is very organized and responds well to emergencies when they arise. I appreciate the calm and empathic approach that the clinic takes when dealing with pain. This clinic also consistently is getting in cutting edge treatments into the office that improve the wellbeing of the clients they serve. I would fully recommend treatment with Dr. Sharma and at Avella Injury and Pain Management.

Rachel Moxam

Our daughter has a degenerative disorder which involves both chronic and acute pain. Dr. Sharma has been instrumental in helping to manage our daughter’s pain; she listens to our daughter and has implemented a personalized, comprehensive pain management program, which she assesses and modifies as our daughter’s condition changes. Dr. Sharma has been a major part of our lives for a number of years now, and when she opened the Avella Injury and Pain Clinic, we followed her here.
Chris McKerlie

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