Joint Injections for Pain

Joint Injections for Pain

Joint Injectionsfor Pain

We offer a range of injections for a variety of issues... Steroid injection per location is £124Hyaluronic acid (Ostenil Plus) per location is £225 Inclusive of GP consultation, examination and injection.No hidden charges

We also offer Arthrosamid intra-articular knee joint injections. Consultation: £50, One knee: £2320, Two knees: £4400 Click here to find out more...

Steroid Injections are anti-inflammatory corticosteroids, these injections are pivotal in reducing inflammation and alleviating pain attributed to knee arthritis, tendonitis, and bursitis.

The steroid is injected directly into the painful joint which are most commonly the shoulder, elbow, knee, hand, wrist, or hip. Steroids are prescription only medicines and will only be prescribed by a qualified practitioner after a detailed consultation and review.

Steroid injections are also used to treat painful tendons and bursitis (when a small bag of fluid which cushions a joint gets inflamed) and can also sometimes be used to treat muscle pain when it’s in a particular area.

Watch the video below to see how the procedure works…

Hyaluronic Acid Lubricating Injections are medical treatment aimed at providing joint lubrication and reducing pain in conditions like osteoarthritis. Hyaluronic acid acts as a lubricant and shock absorber. Individual may experience improved joint mobility and reduce discomfort.

Steroid or hyaluronic acid injections benefits can last for several months and in some cases, it may be beneficial for patients to manage arthritic conditions over an extended period with a series of injects rather than undergo surgery.

If you have arthritic joints or a recent injury that you think may benefit from this treatment, please contact the clinic and speak to one of our staff members.

We are committed to exceptional patient centred care at a time that suits you. We offer daytime, evening and weekend appointments for your convenience.

Treatment options

Osteoarthritis of the acromioclavicular joint is a common cause of the pain the shoulder.

The patient complains of pain over the tip of the shoulder

Trigger finger may be idiopathic but is common in early and late rheumatoid arthritis and affect any or all the flexor tendon of the finger in the palm.

This condition is usually due to repetitive strain, sports injury or occupational hazard.

Thumb CMC (carpometacarpal) injection typically refers to an injection into the joint at the base of the thumb. It’s commonly used to relieve pain or inflammation, often associated with condition like osteoarthritis.

This is probably the most common nerve entrapment disorder, affecting women more commonly than men. Carpel tunnel syndrome occur when there’s pressure on the median nerve, leading to symptoms like numbness, tingling or weakness in the hand.

Painful elbow occurs in exacerbation of arthritis and post-traumatic synovitis (e.g. following the unaccustomed carrying of heavy objects such as luggage with the arm extended).

Acute tennis elbow is common in young to middle-aged patients owing to strain of the extensor tendon of the forearm. Also known as lateral epicondylitis

This condition mirrors the lesion of tennis elbow, occurring in the origin of the forearm flexor muscles at the medial epicondyle of the humerus.

This condition is one of several painful bursae problems commonly occurring in the general practice. It refers to inflammation of the bursa at the tip of elbow. It can be caused by various factors, including trauma or repetitive stress.

This may occur in rheumatoid arthritis or following minor trauma. The patient complains of pain around the hip.

Steroid injection for an acute flare-up, e.g. of rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, psoriasis, Reiter’s syndrome, synovitis and soft tissue lesions that occur in trauma.

Ankle joint injections are medical procedures where medication is injected directly into the ankle joint to relieve pain or inflammation.

The painful heel is an acutely tender spot in the middle of the heel pad. The condition may occur alone or in other forms of arthritis such as Reiter’s diseases and ankylosing spondylitis.

At Doc Plus, our commitment spans beyond mere alleviation of knee discomfort; we aspire to augment joint mobility, foster relief, and advocate holistic knee joint well-being. For further insights into our joint injections and to initiate a consultation, we welcome you to reach out to us.

Steroid injections and hyaluronic acid treatments are often used for different purposes. Steroids may be used to reduce inflammation, while hyaluronic acid is commonly used for joint lubrication in conditions like osteoarthritis.

Steroid injections work by reducing inflammation, providing quick relief, while hyaluronic acid injections aim to improve joint function by enhancing lubrication and shock absorption in the long term.

Both treatments may have side effects, such as infection or allergic reactions. Steroid injections may also have effects on bone density, while hyaluronic acid injections might cause joint swelling or pain.

The duration of relief varies; steroid injections often provide relief that may last for few to several months, while hyaluronic acid injections may require a series of injections and provide longer-term benefits, potentially lasting several months.

The choice between steroid and hyaluronic acid injections depends on the underlying condition and individual patient factors. For example, steroid injections may be preferred for acute inflammation, while hyaluronic acid injections may be more suitable for certain types of osteoarthritis. At Doc Plus, our medical professionals have the experience to give you tailored advise prior to the treatment.

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Patient Centered Care

Our focus is on patient care and safety which is paramount. We have invested in a brand-new facility, state of the art equipment and in recruiting qualified and highly trained specialist staff.

We have extended consultation times which allows us to listen to our patients so we can understand what their concerns and circumstances are and offer the most effective and comprehensive treatment plan.

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We recognise that the delivery of health services needs to adapt to the ever-changing lifestyles and pressure we all face. In order to allow our patients to optimise their time we offer multiple access methods, be that the traditional face to face consultation, telemedicine, video consultations or home visits.

Pricing

Like most other things in life, costs for healthcare seem to be continually increasing. In a time where accessing GP services is becoming ever more difficult many people are looking for cost effective private healthcare.

Our consultations start from £95 which we believe is both affordable and competitive.

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