Rockville, Maryland (PressExposure) June 11, 2013 -- Rockville Pain Relief Center has announced the introduction of groundbreaking Osteoarthritis knee program designed to bring relief to its patients. The new pain treatment is called viscosupplementation, which is a technique that aims to supplement the knee joints with Hyaluronan, a highly viscous substance that acts like a shock absorber and lubricates knee joints and allows the bones' cartilage surfaces to glide upon each other without causing pain.
The viscosupplementation is best suited for patients that suffer from knee pain that have not found any significant relief to their pain from:
1- Physical Therapy
3- Heat or Cold
4- or Over the Counter pain relievers
These injections can be used in both knee joints of a single knee joint. There are few but rare side effects on people with allergies; occasionally, swelling may occur. The length of the treatment is from a one-time injection to weekly injections from three to six weeks. Most patients see results in four to twelve weeks.
Doctor Avram Weinberg sees this new treatment as the perfect addition to the wide array of options of chiropractic treatments that are available to patients. "What makes our pain management clinic an ideal solution to people suffering from pain whether chronic or otherwise is that at Rockville Pain Relief center offers pain relief through medical pain management as well as chiropractic care." This bi-dimensional approach treats pain though a holistic and multi-faceted approach that often complements each other.
With over 25 years in the greater Rockville Pain Relief Center is dedicate to stay on top of the latest and proven technologies and treatments available to serve its community and relieve it from pain.
About Rockville Pain Relief Center:
Rockville Pain Relief Center is a pain management clinic that helps patients deal with post-surgery, chronic and non-chronic pain. The pain management center has both medical and chiropractic doctors and specialists on staff to cover all patients' needs.