An Option to Knee Replacement Surgery and Eliminate Knee Pain!

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Apr 17, 2011

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ARE YOU A CANDIDATE FOR THE OSTEROARTHRITIS (OA) CENTER KNEE REHAB PROGRAM?
1. Are your knees very stiff in the morning?
2. Do your knees hurt when going up or down the stairs?
3. Do you frequently take pain medication or aspirin for knee pain?
4. Do the activities you enjoy cause pain around your knees?
5. Have you been told that you need knee replacement surgery?
If you answered YES to any of these questions, there is a successful Non-surgical treatment program to relieve your knee pain.
HOW CAN VISCOSUPPLEMENTATION INJECTIONS PREVENT SURGERY?
FDA has officially approved viscosupplementaion (Hyaluronan) for use in the treatment of Arthritis of the knee. Viscosupplementation bonds with naturally occurring joint fluid to create a lubricating and cushioning layer. It also reduces pain, inflammation and swelling of the joint, enabling you to do the everyday activities you enjoy!
Published studies have proven and clinical experience has confirmed increased accuracy and decreased pain using our method of injections performed under an advanced live motion x-ray unit (Fluroroscopy) with dye. For best results, the viscosupplementation injections are combined with a specifically designed physical therapy program provided by a licensed Physical Therapist.
YOU DONT HAVE TO LIVE WITH KNEE PAIN!
In a little as five weeks, your knee pain may be reduced or possibly eliminate without a lifetime dependency on oral medications.
It is important that you take an active role in the treatment of your Osteoarthritis OA and in prevention of additional joint damage. There are steps you can take to lower your risk for developing osteoarthritis.
The most important thing you can do if you suspect you have any form of arthritis is to get proper diagnosis and begin early, aggressive treatment.
WILL MY INSURANCE COVER THIS TREATMENT?
Yes, Medicare and most major insurance will pay for some if not all of the treatment.
KEY TO KNEE TREATMENT SUCCESS
All natural FDA approved hyaluronic acid acts as a lubricant and shock absorber in the knee.
Injections visually guided by a live motion x-ray unit (Fluoroscope) to ensure minimal pain and maximal injection accuracy.
Personalized Physical Therapy Program maximally enhances the lubricating and shock absorbing effect of the hyaluronic acid injections
Onsite Licensed Physical Therapist works with each patient individually.
Medical Procedure Covered by Medicare and Most Insurance

This article was submitted by Dr. Robert Park at Centerville Medical. He can be reached at 801-298-7330. More information can be found at www.OACenters.com.

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