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Treatment for Joint Pain

Treatment for Joint Pain is a minimally invasive surgery, which involves addressing the underlying cause of the pain to improve overall joint health and function. The specific approach to treatment depends on the cause of the joint pain, consultation with a healthcare professional is crucial for an accurate diagnosis and the development of an effective treatment plan.

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OVERVIEW

How much is the Treatment for Joint Pain

Surgical Time

2 hours

Cost

£9500 to £10500

Day Case

Yes

Anaesthetic

Local and sedation or general anaesthetic

Time off work

2 weeks

Time before showering

24 hours

Frequently Asked Questions

Find answers to our frequently asked questions

Managing joint pain involves a personalized approach tailored to your specific condition. Consulting with a specialist is crucial for a thorough evaluation of your symptoms, diagnosis, and to explore the best treatment options.

A specialist can provide expert guidance, recommend targeted therapies, and help you make informed decisions about your joint health. Schedule a consultation to embark on a path towards effective and individualized joint pain management.

A suitable candidate for pain treatment for joints & soft tissue is someone who suffers from a painful cartilage injury from overuse, trauma, or debilitating conditions, including degenerative arthritis, rheumatoid arthritis or osteoarthritis.  Treatment can also be beneficial for patients suffering from tendonitis and ligament injuries.

Much of the early work in this field has been devoted to chronic injuries. We are also seeing dramatic improvement in recovery times for acute and sub-acute injuries.

These can include new-onset partial tear of ligaments (ie. ACL, MCL, PCL), tendons (ie. Supraspinatous, Achilles, Biceps, Quadriceps), bones (ie. Non-Displaced Tibial Plateau, Humeral Head, Ankle, Wrist), and cartilage (ie. Radial Meniscal tears and other meniscus injuries of the knee, traumatised joint surfaces).

We have seen active patients return to activity much more rapidly with greatly decreased pain and improved mobility following early intervention for acute and sub-acute injuries.

Joints and soft tissue injuries and conditions that can be treated:

  • Knees
  • Shoulders
  • Wrists
  • Ankles
  • Hands and Feet
  • Hips
  • Elbows
  • Achilles Tendonitis
  • Tennis and Golfers’ Elbow
  • Bicep Tendonitis

At Kliniken, we will conduct a careful history and physical examination as well as a thorough review of appropriate imaging (x-ray and/or MRI) to determine whether your condition is suitable for treatment. Individual patient results may vary.

Contact us today to find out if our treatment may be able to help you.

Joints and soft tissue injuries and conditions that can be treated are:

  • Knees
  • Shoulders
  • Wrists
  • Ankles
  • Hands and Feet
  • Hips
  • Elbows
  • Achilles Tendonitis
  • Tennis and Golfers’ Elbow
  • Bicep Tendonitis

At Kliniken, we will conduct a careful history and physical examination as well as a thorough review of appropriate imaging (x-ray and/or MRI) to determine whether your condition is suitable treatment. Individual patient results may vary.

Contact us today to find out if our treatment may be able to help you.

Most people would reasonably put off a joint replacement as long as they can partly due to the long and what may be a painful recovery.

Their joint pain, e.g., constant knee pain due to an old meniscus injury, keeps them thinking about it, though.

Others worry about the potential for infection, increased risk of a heart attack following a joint replacement procedure, surgical complications and the limited life span of artificial knees, hips and other artificial joints.

Patients are often told that they are “bone on bone” and that their only viable treatment strategy is joint replacement surgery.

At Kliniken, we can offer a knee replacement alternative to patients who have been given a “bone on bone” diagnosis but are still excellent candidates for our joint pain treatment.

Treatment for joint and soft tissue repair is a minimally invasive approach that has helped many patients avoid the difficulties and risks associated with joint replacement surgery.

Ligament injuries today may frequently be addressed with treatment. Partially torn Achilles tendons, rotator cuffs and anterior cruciate ligaments (ACL) in the knee are among the common areas treated.

ACL injuries of the knee and Achilles tendon injuries are particularly representative examples of how our treatment can potentially be an effective alternative to invasive surgery.

When an ACL ruptures or tears, it is often only a partial tear with the outer sheath remaining intact, or only minimally retracted, which leaves the ligament still mostly in place.

When this is the case, our treatment can be an excellent option for repairing the damaged ligament.

This state-of-the-art procedure allows the patient to return to some forms of exercise within several weeks and back to full activity within several months.

This choice consists of a minimally invasive 2-hour  procedure, requiring no general anesthesia and a far less painful recovery.

ACL injuries of the knee and Achilles tendon injuries are particularly representative examples of how our procedures can potentially be an effective alternative to invasive surgery.

Footballers, Rugby players, golfers, Horse riders, track and field athletes and many others with a torn knee ligament can now consider forgoing the usual choice of invasive surgical repair.

Choosing our treatment for a knee injury can get you back to your passion in a fraction of the time, and with less long term risks of arthritis.

Contact us today to find out more.

WHY US

Why Choose Klinken for treatment for Joint Pain

Discuss your needs

Discuss your needs

Generous hour long consultations to discuss your needs

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Innovative approach

Innovative approach

Natural and innovative approach to treatments

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Helps you rest and recuperate

Helps you rest and recuperate

Country side and clean air helps you rest and recuperate

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Same clinician

Same clinician

Same clinician assigned to your from start to finish of the process

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Attentive care

Attentive care

Personalised and attentive care throughout the surgery

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Privacy and Discretion

Privacy and Discretion

Privacy and discretion of our clients is paramount

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