Synvisc Injection

Synvisc is a way to treat your osteoarthritis (OA) knee pain right at the source. Made from a natural substance that lubricates and cushions your joint, it can provide up to six months of knee pain relief with just one injection.

How does Synvisc work?


In knees with osteoarthritis, the joint fluid (called synovial fluid) can break down and not provide the cushioning your knee needs. Synvisc supplements your knee fluid to relieve the pain and improve the knee joint’s natural shock absorbing abilities.

Knee Osteoarthritis Anatomy

In knees with osteoarthritis, the joint fluid (called synovial fluid) can break down and not provide the cushioning your knee needs.

Knee Osteoarthritis Synvisc Treatment

Synvisc-One supplements your knee joint fluid to relieve the pain and improve the knee joint’s natural shock absorbing abilities.

A. Cartilage wears away B. Bone spurs may develop

C. Joint fluid breaks down D. Synvisc replaces joint fluid


Who is a candidate for Synvisc?


Patients with knee osteoarthritis who have tried diet, exercise and over-the-counter pain medication but still have pain, should talk to their doctor to see if Synvisc is right for them.

How is Synvisc is administered?


Synvisc is a simple, in-office procedure that only takes a few minutes.

What can you can expect from Synvisc knee injection?


Everyone responds differently, many patients experienced relief starting one month after the injection. Synvisc can be repeated safely, so keep track of your symptoms and talk with us if your knee pain begins to return.

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Synvisc Frequently Asked Questions

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  1. PAULINE LOH says:

    Took x-rays for both knees and findings were early osteoarthrosis of the right and mild osteoarthrosis of left knee joints. Was recommended by company’s GP to go for Synvisc jabs. Kindly advise and if this is claimable under medisave.

  2. Gerald Pasternack says:

    In 1970 I received a broken left knee due to a car accident. In 1988 I received a shattered left knee cap & crushed & broken left ankle. A short time after the 1970 accident my left knee developed a bakers cyst behind my left knee. The Dr. told me that if it doesn’t bother me to leave it alone. I have had this bakers cyst for 42 years & never bothered me until 8/30/2012. I had X-rays, ultrasound and finally an MRI; results – severe arthritis! Dr. advised a immediate full knee replacement. I really want not to have the replacement but the pain and discomfort is getting out-of-contol & unbearable most of the time. I have decided to try the injections to see if they diminish this daily uncomfortable status. My question: should the bakers cyst be drained or removed before the Synvisc injections?

  3. salma alamsjah says:

    The injection sounds good. Will it help to lubricate the affected area and pain free without a repeat procedure after 6 months?

  4. Patrick Lim says:

    Dr Kevin
    I used to be a sportsman in my youger days. Now i am 54 years old. According to my family doctor, my knee pain is due to wear & tear. I used to rush here & there , walk so fast. NOW i have to slow down as my left knee is quite painful especially when I walk up or down the stairs. After reading about Synvisc Injection, I am a little bit nervous of the side effects. Also appreciate if you could advise the estimate cost for this injection.

    Thank you very much
    Patrick Lim

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