Injection Into the Acromioclavicular Joint

November 16, 2011

(VIDEO) The shoulder is a simple joint without much space for injections. But with careful palpation and a test with a local anesthetic, you can assure correct placement of a steroid to relieve pain and inflammation.

The shoulder is a simple joint without much space for injections. But with careful palpation and a test with a local anesthetic, you can assure correct placement of a steroid to relieve pain and inflammation.

In this short video, Dr. Soon Lim of the UK's Royal College of General Practitioners shows how to accomplish this procedure.