Helpful information to joint and soft tissue corticosteroid injection. Part 2: sites other than the knee The performing of joint and soft tissue injections can be very rewarding for patients and interested doctors. This article, the next in a two-part step-by-step guide for GPs interested in performing joint and smooth cells aspiration and corticosteroid injections, covers performed injections in sites other than the knee commonly. The first article, released in the June 2005 problem of Medicine Today, discussed important general factors, with the knee used as an example because it may be the site most commonly aspirated and the most studied for injection..Here is one way to increase your referrals dealing with many physicians and creating a long-term solid physical therapist practice referral base: 1. Go online to a telephone directory site and appearance up the types of businesses you imagine would refer you business predicated on the area you are in and the amount of miles away from you that you think people would travel. Generally up to 15-20 miles based on in case you are in a populous city or suburb. 2. Add these listings to an excel spreadsheet. Cutting and pasting doesn’t work because it puts all their info in a single field. You’d be better off making your own spreadsheet, please make reference to the Spreadsheet guidelines below.