Why Delay Getting Relief?

You’ve been dealing with the pain for long enough. Get the help you deserve.

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What Does Knee Osteoarthritis Feel Like?

Do you regularly experience painful, stiff, or swollen knees? If so, you might be one of the millions living with knee osteoarthritis (OA), which can manifest as:

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Man holding his knee because he has pain with movement
Woman with Crepitus (grating or cracking)
Man holding knee experiencing loss of flexibility
Woman feeling swelling and warmth

Don't delay treatment - these symptoms worsen over time without intervention!

What Are the
Stages of Knee OA?

Knee OA can take months to years to become
severe. Here's how the disease progresses:1

STAGE 1

Little to no pain, minor stiffness,
potential bone spurs

Stage 1 Osteoarthritis
Stage 2 Osteoarthritis

STAGE 2

Mild stiffness and pain, more
bone spurs, thinning cartilage

STAGE 3

Moderate pain, decreased
movement, joint stiffening and
swelling, cartilage degradation,
reduced joint space

Stage 3 Osteoarthritis
Stage 4 Osteoarthritis

STAGE 4

Severe pain and discomfort,
potential leg deformities,
restricted mobility,
disappearance of joint space

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Studies show 1 in 7 people with osteoarthritis develop an abrupt progression to advanced-stage disease, many within 12 months if they: 2

1

Are middle-age
or older

2

Have OA in more
than one joint

3

Have a high BMI
(body mass index)

What Happens If Knee Osteoarthritis Goes Untreated?

Delaying professional treatment puts you at risk of severe long-term consequences:

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Weight
gain

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Anxiety and
depression

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Social
isolation

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Loss of
independence

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Difficulty
sleeping

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Permanent
disability

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Increased risk of
premature death3

As well as

Compensation and injury
to other body parts:

Compensation and injury to other body parts:

Exaggerated
spinal curve

Pelvic
tilt

Leg muscle weakness
and atrophy

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Body parts

Lower
back pain

Hip joint
stress

Degeneration of knee
ligaments and tendons

Getting treatment as soon as possible and preserve your knee function longer, so don't wait!

NOW IS A GREAT TIME TO SCHEDULE A NO-CHARGE, NO-OBLIGATION SCREENING BEFORE YOUR CONDITION WORSENS!

How Do I Know If I Need Treatment?

Anyone with recurring knee pain that doesn't go away over time should seek immediate intervention - especially if it impacts daily activities like:

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Couple running for exercise
Older man brushing his teeth
Woman ironing for a household chore
Couple walking in a neighborhood

You might get temporary relief from rest, ice, and prescription drugs, but these don't address the root of the problem. Getting started sooner could postpone or remove the need for invasive surgery.

What's the Best Way to Treat Knee OA?

The good news is, knee OA is highly treatable and early intervention helps you qualify for the least invasive treatment possible.

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*We recommend viscosupplementation due to its
low invasiveness and positive long-term outcomes.

Why Viscosupplementation?

Viscosupplementation is a safe gel injection that cushions the joint and relieves knee pain for up to 6 months or longer before the next injection is needed!4 Here's why we recommend it to patients:

Short procedure time

Immediate relief

Virtually pain-free

Minimal downtime

Restores joint function & lubrication

Delays need for surgery

Clinical trials show that a majority of participants who receive viscosupplementation injections experience less pain after one month.5

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It's time. You've put off your knee pain for far too long.

Take the first step towards a more comfortable life.

No One Loves Knee Pain. It’s time. You’ve put off your knee pain for far too long.
Take the first step towards a more comfortable life.

No One Loves Knee Pain. It’s time. You’ve put off your knee pain for far too long. Take the first step towards a more comfortable life.