Hyaluronic at a Glance


Knee Osteoarthritis

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Topical cream can be used if required

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1 hour includes History, physical examination, diagnostic ultrasound and Injection

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Local bruising and mild discomfort

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There is no downtime after the procedure. Vigorous exercise should be avoided for 24 hours

Lubricate and protect your cartilage

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Treatment Overview

Treatment overview

Hyaluronic acid is similar substance found naturally in the knee. It helps lubricated the joint and acts as a shock absorber protecting the cartilage

For optimal results it is important that the Ha is injected using Ultrasound guidance this ensures all the substance is injected into the joint.

How Long Does It Last?

This will depend on the severity and degree of degenerative changes in the joint together with lifestyle factors such as exercise regime, obesity, diet and other comorbidities but generally a patient could expect to get 6 months plus of pain relief.

Side Effects Of Hyaluronic Acid

Hyaluronic acid has very few side effects. It is common to get post injection soreness with patients advised to refrain from vigorous activity for 48 hours.

Who Cannot Have Hyaluronic Acid

If you are pregnant or breastfeeding and ??? surgery may prevent having.

Starting at £300

The price for the Hyaluronic acid injection will depend on which product is used and this will be determined by the history of knee pain, examination and ultrasound findings.

Your Simple 4 Step Journey

STEP 1. Meet Gary the injecting practitioner

We offer a free 10-minute face-to–face or telephone consultation to discuss the suitability of the treatment and answer any questions your may have.

STEP 2. Preparation of the injection.

Signing the consent and full explanation of the procedure. Careful preparation before the injection will be taken to reduce bruising and discomfort.

STEP 3. Ultrasound guided injection using

We will the carry out the procedure using diagnostic ultrasound, we sometimes use topical numbing cream to help with the discomfort, but often this is not needed.

STEP 4. Recovery and healing

After the procedure we advise staying the in the clinic for 15 minutes. Your daily activity can then resume as normal. We recommended refraining from strenuous activity for a few days.
We will then book a follow up session to see progress.

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Gary Is an experienced injecting practitioner with a post graduation certification in ultrasound guided injections from the university of East London


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