How to Manage Osteoarthritis Knee Pain?

When diet, exercise, and medication aren’t enough,

Learn More About Targeting Osteoarthritis (OA) Knee Pain at the Source.

You Don’t Have to Settle for Osteoarthritis Knee Pain

It’s time to find the right treatment option for you

Talking to our doctor is the best way to start exploring your treatment options.

And when you do, keep in mind:

Pain affects everyone differently

The severity of your osteoarthritis (OA) as it appears on an X-ray may not reflect the amount of pain you feel. Some people with OA that appears mild on an X-ray may feel a great deal of pain. Others, whose X-rays show severe OA, may feel less pain. Your doctor is relying on you to give a clear description of how your knee feels.

Xray of the Osteoarthritis Knee

Xray of the Osteoarthritis Knee

Osteoarthritis is caused by more that just cartilage loss

In knees with osteoarthritis, the cartilage protecting the ends of the bones gradually deteriorates, joint fluid loses its shock-absorbing qualities, and bones may begin to rub against each other – all of which may cause the knee pain you’re feeling.

Knee Osteoarthritis

It helps to know your Osteoarthritis treament option

There are several treatment options available for osteoarthritis knee pain.

These may include:

  • Lifestyle changes. such as exercises, physical therapy, and weight loss
  • Oral therapies, including pain relievers and nutritional supplements
  • Viscosupplement injections that provide pain relief when lifestyle changes and simple pain medications aren’t enough
  • Steroid injections in the knee
  • Surgery, such as total knee replacement

Talk to us about the risks and benefits of each treatment option to find an approach that is right for you.

Call +65 6471 2674 today.