Ultrasound Guided Injections

Service provided by Adam Schreiber, D.O.

Adam Schreiber logo_icon Dr. Schreiber works out of Mount Laurel, Washington Township, Cherry Hill, and West Deptford locations. Please contact him to schedule a consultation.

Phone: (855) 727-2465


Pain from joint or tendon problems is often caused by inflammation or tendinosis (wear and tear). In some cases, hydrodissection where we make space for entrapped nerves for carpal tunnel syndrome or ulnar neuropathy. Steroids help to decrease inflammation and often ease the pain. The steroid used for the injection is a form of cortisone.

In advanced forms tendinosis (commonly referred to as tendonitis) where the pain is treatment resistant, consideration of percutaneous tenotomy where we reinjure the tendon to enhance healing. In advanced forms of carpal tunnel syndrome and trigger finger, the roof of the tunnels can be fenestrated (holes poked into it) to perform a non surgical release.


We use musculoskeletal ultrasound to increase accuracy of procedures or if non-guided injections have not helped. These are common conditions:


Rotator cuff tendinosis
Shoulder osteoarthritis
Bicipital tenosynovitis




Tennis elbow/golfers elbow



Carpal tunnel syndrome (if injection fails, flexor retinaculum fenestration; non-surgical release).

De Quervain’s tenosynovitis
Trigger fingers
Thumb osteoarthritis



Trochanteric bursitis
Hip osteoarthritis
Piriformis pain (trigger point injection)



Knee joint fluid drainage and injection


Jumper’s knee
Baker’s cyst



Ankle osteoarthritis
Plantar fasciitis