Injection Therapy for the Foot, Ankle and Knee
What is Injection Therapy?
Injection therapies are widely used in medicine and surgery for a variety of joint and soft tissue conditions. When clinically appropriate they can be used as part of a wider treatment plan to help relieve pain and inflammation. Injections can be performed under local anaesthetic and ultrasound guidance.
We offer some of most advanced and effective injection therapies currently available in medicine
What conditions can be treated with Injection Therapy?
There are many conditions that can be treated, the most common are:
- Osteoarthritis in the foot, ankle and knee
- Meniscus (Cartilage) trauma in the knee
- Plantar Fasciitis (heel pain)
- Achilles tendonitis
- Muscle, tendon and ligament injuries
What are the benefits of Injection Therapy?
Joint and soft tissue conditions can be painful, disabling and prevent you from enjoying life or being able to work.
- Improve pain and symptoms
- Reduce inflammation
- Improve function and mobility
- Improve joint shock absorbing and lubricating capacity
- Promote healing
- Return to normal day to day life and sporting activity
- Eliminate the need for more aggressive treatments; such as long-term medication or surgery
What are the treatment options?
We can offer rapid access to our Specialist for assessment and treatment.
NHS waiting times can be many months just to have an assessment and it can take over a year to access treatment.
The Hartland Podiatry Clinic offer a range of injection therapies. Our Specialist will discuss options with you and recommend the most appropriate for your condition.
We can offer:
- An Orthopaedic Assessment within days
- Diagnostic Ultrasound Scans at the clinic if required
- Rapid referral for X Ray or MRI imaging if required
- Individualised treatment plans including some of the most advanced and effective injection treatments currently available in medicine