Osteoarthritis of the Knee Treatments
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Non-Surgical Knee Pain Relief
Osteoarthritis (OA) is a degenerative joint disease that affects the joints in the body, including the knees. It is caused by the breakdown of the joint’s cartilage, which is the tissue that cushions the ends of the bones and allows them to move smoothly against each other. When the cartilage wears down, the bones can rub together, causing pain, stiffness, and difficulty moving the joint.
Symptoms of OA
Osteoarthritis of the knee can cause pain, stiffness, and reduced mobility in the affected joint. Some of the most common symptoms of osteoarthritis of the knee include:
- Pain in the knee, which may be worse with activity or after prolonged periods of inactivity
- Stiffness in the knee, particularly in the morning or after a period of inactivity
- Swelling or tenderness in the knee
- A crunching or grinding sensation when moving the knee
- Reduced range of motion in the knee
- A feeling of instability or weakness in the knee
These symptoms can vary in severity from person to person, and may come and go or worsen over time. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, it is important to schedule an appointment with Revived Mobility for a proper evaluation to determine the best course of treatment.
Bianca Scanlon, CFNP-BC, CNP, BE
"It is amazing to see so many people regaining their mobility and independence after receiving our treatments. The entire staff takes great pride in helping our patients in living pain-free lives."
Independent Clinical Study
A study was conducted on 384 subjects who received our knee treatments. The age range was between 43 to 93 years old. The gender distribution consisted of 182 (47.4%) females and 202 (52.6%) males. The phenomenal results are as follows:
- 92.7% achieved 50% or greater decrease in pain
- 7.29% had less than 50% pain decrease
- Only 1 (<0.3%) had no pain decrease
- The average percentage of decrease in pain was 76.98%.
The Treatment Process
The patient relaxes on a medical chair and the affected knee is cleaned and prepared for the procedure. The fluoroscope is then used to guide the injection needle into the knee joint, where the viscosupplement is injected. The procedure is typically quick and relatively painless, and most patients can return to their normal activities within a few days.
If a patient doesn’t benefit from these treatments, PRP injections may be added to the treatment process. The combination of viscosupplementation and PRP have a very impressive patient pain reduction rate.
After the injection, the patient may be fitted with an unloading knee brace. These braces are designed to take some of the weight off of the affected knee joint, which can help to reduce pain and improve mobility. The brace is typically worn for a few weeks or months, depending on the severity of the osteoarthritis and the patient’s response to the treatment.
How much does it cost?
Our specialized treatment plan for treating osteoarthritis is covered by most major insurances including Medicare! In fact, many of our patients that have Medicare with supplemental coverage pay NOTHING out of pocket.
Complimentary, No-obligation Consultation
If suffer from the symptoms of OA of the knee or you’ve been told you need surgery, schedule a no-cost consultation with one of our knee experts. Our healthcare professionals have helped thousands of patients end their knee pain without surgery!
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