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Injection Therapy

Injection therapy is an effective way of reducing pain and improving function for many conditions (e.g. knee arthritis).

Cortisone can be an effective tool to fight inflammation affecting the joints and soft tissues. Increasingly Hyaluronic acid is used to treat joint problems in the athlete and active older adult. Your physiotherapist will indicate the best injection for you following a detailed assessment and diagnosis. Injections can be done effectively by using anatomical landmarks or by using ultrasound guidance to target the exact location. It is used commonly to treat conditions like bursitis, tenosynovitis, frozen shoulder and knee arthritis.

Injection Therapy resources

Injection Therapy FAQ’s

Here are some common Injection Therapy FAQ’s if you are considering a cortisone, Hyaluronic acid or a combined injection here at The Physios. Th...

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