Injections are a common treatment for osteoarthritis. They can range from pain-killing injections, such as a cortisone shot into an arthritic shoulder, to an injection of hyaluronon. Doctors can now administer injections help lubricate an arthritic joint.
What is the point of joint injections? Sticking a needle into a joint is not anyone's idea of a good time; however, at times, an injection might be the best option despite the risks and discomfort. Knowing the risks of bleeding and infection, millions of people put up with the pain of this invasive procedure. Avoiding the needle would be ideal;…