• Treatment Options

Always consult your doctor before embarking on any course of care to ensure you will get the maximum benefit for your condition.

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Pain spectrum for Achieve Joint Success
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Conservative Non-Surgical Treatment Options

Joint pain doesn't necessarily mean knee surgery. There are many options for you to discuss with your doctor to help alleviate knee pain.

Exercise & Weight Control

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Medication

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Physical Therapy

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Injections
(Stem Cells, Cortisone, Etc.)

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Bracing

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Joint Fluid Therapy

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Surgical Treatment Options

People who benefit from knee surgery often have:
• Knee pain that limits everyday activities, such as walking or bending
• Knee pain that continues while resting, either day or night
• Stiffness in a knee that limits the ability to move or bend the leg
• Inadequate pain relief from anti-inflammatory drugs, physical therapy, or walking supports

Arthroscopy

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Arthroscopy
• Early stage
• Often sports-related injuries

Partial Knee Replacement

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Partial knee replacement
• Early to mid stage
• ‘Wear and tear’ osteoarthritis affecting one compartment of the knee

Total Knee Replacement

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Total knee replacement
• Late stage
• Severe pain and difficulty performing daily tasks
• All compartments of the knee affected