Why Such a Big Gap in Osteoarthritis Knee Treatment?

Why Such a Big Gap in Osteoarthritis Knee Treatment?

A gap in treatment options currently exists between short-term pain relief solutions and surgery.

Managing OA knee pain can be a challenge with today’s limited treatment algorithm, as injections and medications only provide short-term relief.

The Guide to New OA Knee Pain Management Solutions explores a solution that may fill the gap between short-term pain relief and surgery. Compared to intra-articular steroid injections, the first and only radiofrequency (RF) treatment FDA-cleared for the relief of osteoarthritis knee pain has demonstrated improved:

  • Pain Relief
  • Functionality
  • Patient Satisfaction

Total knee replacement isn’t always an option for up to 60% of patients with osteoarthritis (OA) knee pain due to BMI, age, co-morbidities, invasiveness, lack of support systems, or other factors that can delay or even prevent surgery.

Download this guide to find out how you may be able to help your OA knee patients manage pain by considering alternative, minimally-invasive, non-narcotic treatment options.

December 6, 2018 in Acute/Surgical Pain, Patient Experience, Posts

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