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Knee Treatment Is More Affordable than You Think

When you experience knee pain, it pays to visit a knee specialist. The medical providers at Reflex Knee Specialists focus on understanding knee function and treatment options that are non-invasive and much less expensive than surgery. They treat painful knee conditions and alleviate symptoms, encouraging recovery and resumption of activities such as walking, running, and […]

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Patient receives viscosupplementation injection in knee

Viscosupplementation vs. Cortisone for the Knee: Comparing Treatments

Whether as a result of a traumatic injury or through overuse during athletic or everyday activities, there are many reasons people develop knee pain. Fortunately, there are several treatment options that patients and their medical providers can try to alleviate that knee pain. Two possible solutions that are often compared are cortisone injections and viscosupplementation

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What You Need to Know About Knee Replacement: When It’s Needed and Alternative Treatments

Gain a better understanding of knee replacement surgery and non-surgical treatments. Learn more from Reflex Knee Specialists. A knee that functions well enables a person to run, dance, climb stairs, and enjoy their favorite hobbies. When something’s not right, it can limit a person’s ability to participate in these activities. Whether it’s chronic pain, a

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Injection in the knee

Steroid Injections vs. Hyaluronic Acid Injections for Osteoarthritis: Comparing Treatments

For many people, chronic knee pain isn’t just uncomfortable, it can affect their ability to perform even the simplest tasks and hinder their favorite activities. Fortunately, osteoarthritis knee treatments are available for short-term and long-term relief. Two common treatments include steroids and viscosupplementation (hyaluronic acid). Here, the team at Reflex Knee Specialists compares these two

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Post HA Injection Care

One of the most commonly asked questions we receive here at Reflex is “What should I anticipate after my first Hyaluronic Acid injection?”   When Hyaluronic Acid (HA) is injected directly into a knee joint it helps reduce inflammation as well as cushion and lubricate the movement of your knee. It is important for patients to understand the preventative

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Are HA Injections Painful?

One of the most commonly asked questions here at Reflex is, “How painful are HA injections?” Nobody likes pain, and we take several measures to prevent as much discomfort as possible. Here are several steps that we add to the injection process to minimize knee injection discomfort:  Numbing: Before injection, the area is prepped, sterilized, and

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Non-surgical Options for Knee Osteoarthritis

There is a common myth that the only treatment options for arthritis of the knee are Tylenol, Ibuprofen, steroid injections, or surgery. Amazingly, few people are aware of the many effective non-surgical treatments available for osteoarthritis in the knees There is a common myth that the only treatment options for arthritis of the knee are Tylenol, Ibuprofen, steroid injections, or

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