Interventional Pain Management Physicians, Dermatologists, and Family Practice Providers are among the many practitioners that rely on Corticosteroids in the treatment of various types of inflammatory diseases including arthritic flair-ups, dermatitis, allergic reactions, pain and swelling. Some of the most popular anti-inflammatory drugs used by physicians today are Kenalog (triamcinolone acetonide), Celestone Soluspan (betamethasone sodium phosphate & betamethasone acetate), Depo-Medrol (methylprednisolone acetate), and Dexamethasone Sodium Phosphate.
Celestone Soluspan is the only multi-dose, benzyl alcohol-free corticosteroid in suspension that offers patients the benefits of both quick-onset and extended pain relief.
Medical Providers administer injectable Depo-Medrol, a corticosteroid known for its potency and long-acting qualities, for the treatment of pain and inflammation.
Physicians use injectable Dexamethasone when a particulate-free corticosteroid is critical for a procedure and when immediate relief of pain from inflammation is the desired outcome.
Medical practitioners rely on injectable Kenalog, a potent long-acting corticosteroid, for reducing pain and inflammation related to arthritic flair-ups, dermatitis, and allergic reactions
Physicians administer injectable Solu-Cotef, a short acting cortocosteroid, to achieve rapid relief of symptoms in patients with a variety of severe inflammatory conditions.