Doctor performing Joint Therapy Services in Highland UT at Ruma


RUMA offers special joint injections containing healing substances like growth factors, steroids, hyaluronic acid, and platelet-rich fibrin. This method is advanced and covers all aspects of dealing with joint issues. These injections relieve pain and improve joint mobility for our patients who are tackling stiffness, discomfort, limited movement, or joint pain due to arthritis, overuse, injuries, or aging. These regenerative cells can boost the body’s natural healing abilities and help to create new tissue. This revolutionary and complete approach to joint therapy is available in Highland.


Our functional medicine specialist, Rebecca Roy gives joint injections with precision using advanced ultrasound technology. This ensures accuracy, safety, and success in each procedure. Using Rebecca Roy’s deep knowledge of ultrasound-guided techniques, we work together to find the proper injection for your requirements. These injections are relevant for fixing tissue, reducing inflammation, and helping damaged cartilage or tissue heal. The regenerative cells in these injections speed up healing, offering long-term benefits and slowing down the advancement of joint damage. We invite you to our clinic for those needing effective joint therapy in Highland.

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FAQS - Wellness

Are joint injections painful?

If you have a fear of needles, let us know. There are comfort measures we are happy to offer prior to your treatment. Generally, inserting the needle is the only part that is uncomfortable. We use a numbing medication and/or a topical spray to help ease the discomfort of the needle. Sometimes, patients can experience some mild discomfort or soreness in the joint after the joint injection, but this is typically resolved after a few days.

When will I feel the results from a joint injection?

Depending on which joint injection is right for you, you will likely experience some discomfort, soreness, and/or swelling. It may take several days to feel the effects of a joint injection. As the medications start to work, you can expect inflammation to lessen, and you should feel the benefits of the treatment.

What conditions can be treated with joint injections?

Some common conditions that can be treated by joint injections include: Rheumatoid Arthritis, Osteoarthritis, Tendonitis, Gout, Frozen shoulder and more. It’s important to note that the suitability of joint injections depends on various factors, including the individual’s medical history, the severity of the condition, and the recommendations of the healthcare professional.

How long do the effects of a joint injection last?

The duration of pain relief and the effects of joint injections can vary among individuals and depend on several factors, including the specific condition being treated, the type of medication injected, the severity of the condition, and the individual’s response. It’s important to note that joint injections are not intended to be a permanent solution, but rather a temporary measure to relieve symptoms while addressing the underlying condition.

How often can I receive joint injections?

The frequency of joint injections can vary depending on the condition being treated, the response to previous injections, and the recommendation of your healthcare provider. The timing between joint injections is typically determined by the duration of pain relief experienced by the individual. If the initial injection provides significant long-lasting relief, there may be no need for additional injections.

Are joint injections covered by insurance?

Unfortunately no. However we have financing options for our clientele.

Can I resume my regular activities after a joint injection?

In most cases, you can resume normal activities after a joint injection, but your healthcare provider may recommend avoiding strenuous activities or specific movements for a certain period. It’s Important to follow these instructions to optimize the effectiveness of the injection and minimize the risk of complications.