Nerve Blocks to Ease Knee Pain

You can get pain relief if you have to delay knee replacement.


Surgery may be considered when knee osteoarthritis worsens to the point where it interferes with daily functioning and can no longer be managed with nonsurgical measures, such as physical therapy, exercise, weight loss, and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. But sometimes surgery isn’t possible or must be delayed. In these cases, there is an option for pain relief.

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