Hyaluronic Acid Injections

At Joint Injections, we offer injection therapy delivered by highly trained physiotherapists who specialize in the clinical use of hyaluronic acid injections, such as Ostenil and Durolane. This innovative service aims to improve accessibility to pain-relieving injections, minimize waiting times, and maintain a high standard of care.

Condtions we treat

  1. Osteoarthritis (Knee, Hip, Shoulder, Ankle, Elbow, Hand and Wrist Joints)
  2. Degenerative Joint Disease
  3. Synovitis (Inflammation of Synovial Membrane)
  4. Rheumatoid Arthritis 
  5. Temporomandibular Joint Disorders (TMJ)
  6. Post-Traumatic Arthritis
  7. Joint Pain and Stiffness from Overuse
  8. Cartilage Damage and Wear
  9. Bursitis 
  10. Runner’s Knee

Price of Hyaluronic Acid Injections

  • Hyaluronic acid injections in the joint provide lubrication and cushioning to alleviate pain and improve mobility in conditions like osteoarthritis. Ultrasound guidance enhances the accuracy of these injections, ensuring optimal results. At Joint Injections in London, we inject Durolane and Ostenil Plus as treatment options for Hyaluronic Acid Injection.

Let's start your journey with us:

  • Call us on 020 8870 8761 or email us at: info@joint-injections.co.uk to book your appointment.
  • If you will benefit from our services, then the next steps would be:
  • Comprehensive Musculoskeletal examination and testing.
  • Ultrasound scan (if required) to have clarity about why you are in pain.
  • Same day treatment.
  • Fixed fee structure so you can plan your expenses. 

Synovial Joints and Osteoarthritis

Synovial joints, such as the knee, hip, and shoulder, allow for movement and are lubricated by synovial fluid, primarily composed of hyaluronic acid. In osteoarthritis, the breakdown of hyaluronic acid exceeds its production, resulting in inadequate lubrication, increased cartilage wear, and symptoms of pain, stiffness, and swelling.


Viscosupplementation, including the use of Ostenil and Durolane, involves injecting hyaluronic acid directly into the joint to supplement the natural synovial fluid. This treatment has been shown to significantly reduce pain, improve joint function, and delay the need for surgical interventions like total knee replacements.

Improved Patient Experience

Hyaluronic acid injections offer a non-surgical option to manage osteoarthritis symptoms effectively. They can be administered in a community setting, reducing the need for hospital visits and enhancing the patient’s quality of life. The treatment is safe, with minimal side effects, primarily limited to transient injection site pain or swelling.