Injection therapy can be a powerful tool to reduce or manage chronic widespread pain (CWP). Fibromyalgia, hypermobility, CRPS, RSD, and failed backs and necks are example conditions that can benefit. In each of these instances lax ligaments, sympathetic or weather sensitive pain, comorbid inflammatory and infectious disease, and psychological problems such as anxiety and depression can coexist. Injections for nerve block, to regenerate ligament, tendon, or degenerative joints, to stop inflammation, or to facilitate movement are all examples of injection therapies that are effective for pain relief and management when these problems are present. Learn about injection types by visiting the Injection Types link on piedmontpmr.com.