London Specialist Clinic Offers OA Knee Treatment For Long-Term Relief

Mar 29, 2024

Stop using stop-gap measures, and get a solution that lasts. MSK Doctors (0330 001 0048) can help you stop worrying about your knees and get on with your life. Instead of an injection that only lasts a few weeks, Arthrosamid can last for years.

If I were to say, right now, that you have two options - one is pain and stiffness relief for a few weeks or months, the other is relief for years - we know which one you would take, right?

Well, if you've got pain and stiffness from Osteoarthritis in your knees, and you're not getting Arthrosamid, then you must not have heard of it yet, because that's exactly the choice you've got in front of you. Learn more about it, or just book an appointment, at 

If you haven't heard of Arthrosamid before, that's alright - it's still fairly new, I only know about it because of Professor Paul Y. F. Lee, the founder of the MSK Doctors specialist clinic in London. He was the first specialist in the UK to get approval to offer this treatment at a clinic - so he's probably still the most experienced too.

As always, you can follow the links I drop to get more information - but first, let me tell you what we're dealing with here, why it matters, and how to get an appointment the easy way.

Arthrosamid, In A Nutshell.

Arthrosamid is a new compound devised for treating OA knee pain and stiffness, using only a single, minimally invasive injection.

Does this sound familiar? If you've been suffering from OA, you've probably received similar knee injections, but Arthrosamid works just a little differently, by using a non-biodegradable compound that has the potential to provide long-lasting relief.

Let's say that again - it provides long-lasting relief, for years, not weeks.

Knee injections have a long and well-known history, but until recently, all treatments have used compounds easily absorbed by your body, making them non-viable as a long-term solution.

Arthrosamid Does Things Differently.

Arthrosamid, on the other hand, has been shown to last for up to two years, and possibly longer, while still being primarily made of water, with just 2.5% being a cross-linked polyacrylamide backbone.

In clinical trials, this compound has shown that it can provide similar benefits to a traditional knee injection, by improving stability and flexibility through cushioning of the knee joint. However, and this part is important, while a traditional injection lasts for several weeks or perhaps months, Arthrosamid can last for up to several years, without any major side effects or health concerns.

Side Effects & Safety

Although this treatment is relatively new, it has been thoroughly tested in humans for over 20 years with no major complications. Prof. Paul Lee is one of the most experienced Arthrosamid specialists in the UK, and the first approved to provide Arthrosamid injections to the public - so he would know better than anyone.

Prof. Paul Lee and MSK Doctors have helped to treat patients with varying levels of knee pain, stiffness, and physical activity, so it doesn't matter where you fall on the scale, they should be able to help.

Seriously, they've treated people from all walks of life, including leading Harley Street GPs, and at least one Olympic athlete. None of it's a secret, you can even find stories on their website about how it all worked out, it's quite neat.

Now, of course, some side effects are always possible, but research shows that the most common issues are both temporary and minor, such as itchiness, swelling, or redness at the injection site, which fades within a few days.

So, the same side effects you would expect if anyone poked you in the knee with a needle - except they also include relief from pain and stiffness, so, that's definitely a win.

Here's the best part though, and I saved it for last as a special gift for anyone who reads the full blog.

You can book your own appointment, right now, to get Arthrosamid from the most experienced clinic and specialist in the UK, and it's easy.

Prof. Paul Lee, and all of MSK Doctors, allow online booking, with no referral needed from your GP. They don't even believe in waiting lists, so you can get a near-immediate appointment, whether you need consultation, diagnosis, or even treatment.

Like I always say, it's just easier with MSK Doctors.

I could be biased of course, so why not find out for yourself? Get all the details, or book an appointment, at

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