Top Knee Specialist For Single-Injection Arthrosamid OA Pain Relief In London

Mar 15, 2024

Do you want to get rid of your OA knee pain, for good? Call MSK Doctors (03300010048) – seriously. They’re the first clinic in the UK approved to provide Arthrosamid, and still the most experienced – and it might just change your entire life.

I don't want to brag, but in clinical trials, the new single-injection treatment, Arthrosamid, has been shown to provide relief from osteoarthritis knee pain for up to two years, with no serious side effects or concerns.¹

Who am I kidding, I do want to brag - even though it's not my achievement. I want to shout it from the rooftops.


If you've been suffering from pain in your knees, and you've tried all the usual treatments, then you'll know why I'm so excited about the idea.

If you're in a hurry - then I suggest skipping my explanation, and going straight to the experts. I recommend Prof. Paul Lee, from MSK Doctors in London, because he was the first to be approved, and still has the most experience. You can find a full explanation from his clinic, and you can even book your own appointment, with no referral, at

Now, assuming you're still here, let me tell you how it works, why it matters, and how it's improved. You'll like this.

You and I know that knee injections to treat pain and stiffness are not new, most treatments inject biodegradable materials into your knee, offering a short-term benefit until your body absorbs the materials. Standard stuff.

What if we did things a little differently though - figure out the problem, and fix it?

That's what they did with Arthrosamid - they realized the biodegradable solutions weren't effective long-term, so they found something that's safe, and long-lasting.

How It Works, In A Nutshell

Arthrosamid uses a non-biodegradable hydro-gel that has been found safe for internal use and allows the injected cushioning to last for significantly longer.

Of course, that sounds a little scary, right? Non-biodegradable?

I thought so too, then I checked the research. It turns out, they've done a lot of testing, and it's as safe as houses... probably safer than some I've lived in.

Arthrosamid has been undergoing clinical trials for over 20 years, and has been proven both safe and effective.

What researchers are still unsure about is how long the pain and stiffness relief may last. In recent studies, subjects reported still feeling relief after 2 years with Arthrosamid²; however, the study was only scheduled to last for 2 years, so the maximum potential duration of pain relief remains unknown.

That's how studies work, unfortunately, you need to set the parameters first - and since they didn't know it would last so long, they didn't plan to test for pain relief for longer than 2 years.

Old Vs New - How To Decide

How exactly does Arthrosamid compare to traditional treatments? Why don't we check the research?

The studies I was able to find suggest that while Arthrosamid provides similar benefits to traditional hyaluronic acid injections, the results are more effective in terms of improving pain, stiffness, and physical function.³

That's pretty much all the things we want from it, right?

It sounds like an obvious solution, but there are some caveats.

Obviously, Arthrosamid is not the right solution for everyone, and experts suggest talking to a knee or osteoarthritis specialist before making a final decision. Our bodies aren't one-size-fits-all, and our treatments shouldn't be either.

If you want to know more about how regular, everyday people feel about using Arthrosamid, check the full report I linked. It includes several client stories, explaining the treatment regime and results for a prominent Harley Street physician, an Olympic Athlete, and several other clients of various ages and activity levels.

That way you have all the information, and you can make an informed decision.

If you need a little more info - my advice is simple. Just ask an expert.

You can book your own appointment with MSK Doctors for consultation, treatment, or diagnosis. You don't need a referral, and they don't use waiting lists, so it's easy.

As one of their specialists explained, “Knee arthritis can be a challenging condition, but with the right approach, it’s possible to manage pain and maintain mobility. Lifestyle changes, medical treatments, physical therapy, and possibly regenerative medicine offer a comprehensive approach to managing this condition. It’s important to work closely with healthcare providers to develop a personalised treatment plan.”

If your knees are bothering you, just remember, there's a solution now that's been shown to last for up to 2 years - and it could last much longer.

Don't take my word for it though, check out an expert explanation, or book an appointment to speak to a specialist, at

¹ Henriksen, M. et al., 2018. Clin Exp Rheumatol, 36(6), pp.1082-1085.

² Medical Research Archives, 2022. [Online](

³ Bliddal, H. et al., 2018. J Orthop Res Ther, 6, p.1188.

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