Common symptoms of Knee OA

  • Pain
  • Stiffness
  • Swelling 
  • Tenderness
  • Loss of flexibility
  • Grating sensation

Treatments we offer

  • Comprehensive knee assessment 
  • Ultrasound scan of the knee
  • Fluid aspiration of knee joint
  • Cortisone injections for knee osteoarthritis 
  • Hyaluronic acid injections for knee 
  • Other injectables 


Ultrasound Guided Cortisone injections £250

The pain and swelling associated with flare-ups of knee OA can be managed with corticosteroid Injections. By decreasing joint swelling, these injections help to decrease pain and increasing function. They work very efficiently to relief pain, usually between 24 and 48 hours after the injection. 

Ultrasound Guided Hyaluronic Acid (Gel) Injections £350

Hyaluronic acid injection is synthetic synovial fluid, it works as a viscosupplement for joint cartilage. By enhancing joint lubrication and lowering joint friction these gels help to manage knee osteoarthritis pain and to improve joint mobility. It may also stop the progression of osteoarthritis. 

Ultrasound Guided Knee Joint Aspiration

We can take excessive fluid out of the joint under ultrasound guidance.

Start your journey with us:

  • To book an appointment, call us on 020 8870 8761 or email us at:
  • Comprehensive MSK examination.
  • Detailed MSK ultrasound scan for just £120.
  • Treatments we offer. Cortisone Injection £250, Hyaluronic acid Ostenil Injection £350.