Cortisone Shots in New York City

Quick, easy, and painless

Our certified nurse comes to your location and administers a cortisone shot to help you manage pain, swelling, and inflammation.

Cortisone Shots with Drip Hydration

We provide mobile, on-demand cortisone injections in the comfort of your home, hotel or office. Our treatments are administered by a certified nurse.

Why are Cortisone Shots (Injections) Used?

Cortisone shots can be used to treat joint inflammation and alleviate pain. Usually, they are prescribed for:

  • Pain
  • Swelling
  • Stiffness
  • Inflammation
  • Osteoarthritis

*We offer only knee and shoulder cortisone injections.

When to get treatment: To prepare for upcoming sports games, reduce chronic pain, improve post-surgical stiffness, treat arthritis, and more.

Price: $399

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Frequently Asked Questions

How long do cortisone injections last?

The injection itself takes only a few seconds. Following your appointment, the treatment may take several days to take effect and last between six weeks to half a year, depending on the area where the shot was administered.

What if the cortisone shot doesn’t work?

Inflammation is part of your body’s healing response to damage or injury. If the root cause behind your inflammation is not addressed, then the cortisone shot is unlikely to work as a cortisone injection aims to reduce the inflammation that is causing you pain or discomfort.

Are there any side effects?

There are some potential side effects of repeated and/or high-dose cortisone shots. These may include:

  • Damage to the cartilage
  • Temporary flare of pain or inflammation at the treatment area
  • Osteoporosis
  • Joint infection
  • Thinning of skin and soft tissue at or around the injection site