Injections for Knee Pain

Despite a recent guideline, hyaluronic acid shots remain a viable option for some patients with knee osteoarthritis.

Just as grease lubricates the moving parts of a machine, so too does a treatment known as viscosupplementation help with the natural lubrication of your knee. These injections of hyaluronic acid also may ease pain and fight the other damaging effects of knee osteoarthritis (OA).
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