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Knee Injection
My is suffering form ortheo arthritis and a doctor has suggested for some injections instead of knee replacement. Is there any such treatment (in form of injections), if so then is it helpful or has any side effects?
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Yes, injections can be quite helpful in the early stages of osteoarthritis.
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Yes go for injections if not getting operated within 6 minths
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Various injections are available for treatment of OA knees Steroids have been used but they’re not recommended anymore Then there are viscosupplements which increase the lubrication of the Joints. These are most commonly used The latest injection for knee OA are PrP injections which is currently the best treatment
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