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Role of Injectable Therapies for Knee Osteoarthritis

Posted by Sharon O'Reilly on 5/2/17 1:22 AM

Injectable treatments will never turn a bad joint into a good one but may relieve pain for an undetermined period of time, concludes Elizaveta Kon, MD, in a conversation with BioMedGPS at the 2016 ICRS. Dr. Kon has performed extensive research comparing injectable technologies (e.g., PRP, HA, BMAC) and believes their primary role is in treating pain in pts who wish to avoid surgery. 


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