London Fast OA Treatment For Pain & Stiffness: Arthrosamid Vs HA Injection

Apr 3, 2024

If it hurts, just fix it – that’s the motto at MSK Doctors (+4403300010048), where they have a new, simple, minimally-invasive treatment for osteoarthritis knee pain, that will keep you on your feet and moving for years to come. You don’t want to miss this.

Picture this: You're just living your life, and slowly, over time, your knees start to hurt, get stiff, and even swell up sometimes, just from moving normally.

If this sounds familiar to you, you could be suffering from osteoarthritis. While there is no cure, there are remarkable new treatments that can provide pain relief for years - you can learn more, or even book an appointment, at 

Things Have Changed, For The Better.

If you're reading this blog, you're probably not just now finding out that you have OA - but the fact that there's long-term relief could very well be news.

The fact is, lots of things have changed, and it's now easier than ever to treat the condition, if you know who to ask, and how. So I'm here to make a few suggestions that can help you get the treatment you need, when you need it, from the top specialists in your area.

Let's start though by talking about what Arthrosamid is, and why that matters.

Arthrosamid In A K̶n̶e̶e̶ Nutshell.

We already know that there is no cure for the pain and stiffness associated with OA, but research has found several techniques that can help, including one new treatment that can provide pain and stiffness relief for up to 2 years or longer.

This new treatment, (yes, you guessed it, it's Arthrosamid,) has recently become available to the public in the UK after undergoing more than 20 years of clinical trials, and revealing no serious or long-lasting side effects.

So how does it work? Put simply, it acts as a cushion and lubricant for your knee joint, but because it's non-biodegradable, it just lasts longer than the usual options.

MSK Doctors Specialists To The Rescue.

Professor Paul Y. F. Lee, the founder of MSK Doctors, is one of the most experienced Arthrosamid specialists in the UK after MSK Doctors became the first clinic approved to provide this treatment publicly.

Prof. Lee has also been personally involved with several clinical trials evaluating the new treatment and has been providing this treatment for over 3 years now - so you could say he's kind of a top expert, and if anyone knows who it can help, it's him.

Here's the best part though - unlike the usual top experts who are unavailable for anything but the research project, Prof. Lee is available any time, to anyone. He runs a local clinic, MSK Doctors, where he takes new clients with no GP referral and no waiting list.

Wait, There Are No Side Effects?

I get this question a lot, so let me clarify - there are side effects.

What there aren't, are major or long-lasting side effects - but if you've ever read a medical study, you know how this works. Anything is a side effect.

In this case, you're getting an injection in your knee, so the side effects are what you would expect, temporary itching, swelling, or redness at the injection site is most common - but it fades within a day or so.

How Does Arthrosamid Compare To Other Treatments?

Now this is a tricky question, because comparing two different treatments is never easy - but this time, it might be easier than most.

That's because, for the most part, the effects are the same - what's different is the duration.

While most OA knee treatments can have positive effects for anything from a few weeks to a few months, Arthrosamid lasts for 2 years in clinical trials, and maybe even longer.

I say that because, in the trials, they only planned for 2 years maximum, because who would have expected such amazing results? Unfortunately, the way these trials work, you can't just add on to them. To learn more, a brand new trial needs to start off at the beginning and plan for a longer experiment.

We know it's safe from many long-duration trials, but how long it can be effective?

That's a mystery, but I certainly hope it's forever.

If you're on the fence, here's my advice, just compare your options.

OA Knee Pain Options, Explained.

The MSK Doctors clinic has created an in-depth new report comparing several traditional techniques for OA knees, including hyaluronic acid injections and stem cell treatments. The full report compares costs, effectiveness, and clinical data, and offers several suggestions for how to find the most effective treatment for each case.

If you want to learn more about your options, it's a great place to start.

My other piece of advice is even simpler - when in doubt, ask an expert.

You can book your own appointment to see Prof. Paul Lee, any time, with no referral from your GP. Visit to learn more about your options, or to book an appointment.

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