Hyalgan: Increases mobility freedom

Press release   •   Jun 13, 2011 06:52 EDT

If a pain in knee has stuck your mobility freedom then you must try hyalgan injections for long lasting relief. It is the first viscosupplement therapy which is FDA approved. The hyalgan is similar to natural fluid i.e. present in the knee. This injection does not contain any preservatives as it consists of pure hyaluronan which gets easily mixed with saline. This injection lubricates the knee and acts as a shock absorber. Not only this, it reduces inflammation coupled with pain. Depending upon the condition of patient’s knee, age, area of injury and medical history dose of injection is decided. Generally, specialist or doctor advices for 3 to 5 injections which are spread over time span of 5 weeks. In some cases, patients avail better results with 3 injections given at weekly basis.

In some cases, a doctor has to remove the fluid first from joint first and then begin with the process. This whole course of injection gives approximately 6 months pain free life. This therapy acts as a miracle for those who do not get desired relief from simple pain killers or conservative nonpharmacologic therapy. This injection is used in many skin care ranges and can be availed by everyone as it is inexpensive and easily available in medical stores.

For buying hyalgan injections, one can search and research from online medical stores as well as physical medical stores. Before purchasing, patient or attendant must make sure that he does proper research. Availing injection from online store gives great deals to the patient and provides home delivery. For comfort basis, one must avail medicines or injections from online medical stores. Due to stiff competition, one can negotiate for a better deal.

Some of the common side effects that can be experienced during this course can be swelling of knee, loss of appetite, headaches, vomiting, stomach ache, nausea, numbness and so on. If any of these side effects are found patient must consult his doctor.

This injection has not been tested upon children, pregnant women or feeding mothers. So before undergoing the treatment, one must tell the condition to the doctor for better results.

Kelly Howe writes articles for AMAMeds, a duly licensed pharmacy in the province of British Columbia, Canada.