Pain Treatment Options

We provide affordable, non-surgical joint pain relief for a variety of conditions. Whether you have an injury from work or sports, or you have pain associated with long arthritis or neuropathy, our joint pain specialists can help.

Non-Surgical Treatment Options

Once we have diagnosed your joint pain, we can determine if our treatment options are right for you. All of our treatment procedures are non-invasive that do not require long recovery times.

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Hyaluronic Acid for Joint Pain

Hyaluronic acid (HA) is a natural substance found in the body, particularly in the joints, where it acts as a lubricant and shock absorber. We use this natural substance for joint pain treatment, especially for osteoarthritis.

Here’s how HA treats joint pain:

Viscosupplementation: injections of HA are directly injected into the affected joint. The injected HA increases the viscosity of the joint fluid, which helps to lubricate the joint, reduce friction, and decrease pain.

Anti-inflammatory properties: HA has been shown to have anti-inflammatory properties. This means that it can help to reduce inflammation in the joint, which can also help to reduce pain.

Stimulates cartilage production: Some studies have shown that HA may stimulate cartilage production in the joint.

Treatment options: PRP injections for joint pain

Platelet Rich Plasma Injections

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is a concentrated source of platelets and growth factors derived from your own blood. It has emerged as a promising treatment for various musculoskeletal conditions, including joint pain.

Here’s how PRP works for joint pain:

Promotes healing: Platelets contain various growth factors and proteins that stimulate tissue repair and regeneration. When injected into the affected joint, PRP can help to accelerate healing and reduce pain.

Reduces inflammation: PRP also has anti-inflammatory properties, which can help to further reduce pain and swelling in the joint.

Lubricates the joint: PRP injections can increase the production of hyaluronic acid, a natural lubricant that helps to reduce friction and wear and tear in the joint.

Deep Tissue Laser Therapy

Deep Tissue Laser Treatment

Laser Therapy is a medically recognized treatment that uses light from a laser to treat various medical conditions. The laser emits high-intensity beams of light that are directed toward the body’s tissues. This process can help improve circulation, relieve pain, and reduce inflammation.

The Class IV Laser Difference

At JRG of Virginia, we use a state-of-the-art, deep tissue, Class IV laser that is non-invasive, painless, and a highly effective way to treat a variety of conditions. It uses a high-powered laser to penetrate deep into the tissue and stimulate healing at the cellular level. This therapy has been proven to work for chronic pain, arthritis, sports injuries, and even post-surgical recovery.

Our LightForce® Laser

LightForce lasers can be found in over 250 professional and college athletic training rooms and are the preferred modality when treating world-class athletes.

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Enjoy Life Without Joint Pain

Our diagnosis and treatment process is safe and effective and will get you back to doing the things that you love. No surgery is required and there is no downtime!

Enjoy Life Without Joint Pain

After Your Treatment:

  • You may still experience some soreness and swelling, but it should gradually improve.
  • Continue to apply ice to the area as needed.
  • You can gradually increase your activity level, but avoid activities that cause pain or discomfort.
  • Take your pain medication as prescribed by your doctor.

Diagnosis & Monitoring

Fluoroscopy is a medical imaging technique that uses X-rays to create real-time images of the internal structures of the body. It is similar to an X-ray, but instead of taking a single picture, it takes a series of images that show the body in motion.

Fluoroscopy is an important tool that we use to diagnose your joint pain.


Benefits of using fluoroscopy to treat joint pain:

  • It is used to aid in the diagnosis and monitoring of joint pain.
  • Fluoroscopy is used to guide injections of medications into joints.
  • Fluoroscopy is a minimally invasive procedure.
  • Fluoroscopy provides real-time images for effectiveness.
Real time images with fluoroscopy


Felt like a person not a number here. They take time, listen and explain everything. Everyone here is friendly and very efficient. I am pleased with one knee and look forward to other knee being in same place!

Linda M