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BRAND LISTING - Durolane (Non-Animal Stabilized Hyaluronic Acid)
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20mg/mL (3mL/syringe)


Durolane Non-surgical Option for Osteoarthritis

Durolane offers long-term relief when an injection is given at the first sign of osteoarthritis and can delay the need for future hip or knee replacement surgery. Signs of osteoarthritis (OA) include joint swelling, stiffness, or tenderness that can make activities painful. Your doctor may offer you other options before, during, and after treatment with a Durolane injection that can help you remain active and pain-free.

Your Durolane injection is administered by a doctor or other trained professional to be certain the Non-animal Stabilized Hyaluronic Acid is placed properly in the affected joint. Because of the patented stabilization process of Durolane, there is a high level of concentrated Non-animal Stabilized Hyaluronic Acid that will provide relief for as long as 6 months.

The active ingredient of Durolane is Non-animal Stabilized Hyaluronic Acid. It closely resembles the synovial fluid that keeps your hip and knee joints moving smoothly when in motion. As we go through the aging process, some may find that walking, standing, or performing any form of exercise can cause pain as the cushioning effect of their synovial fluid decreases. This pain is due to cartilage surfaces in the joints not having enough lubrication to allow joints to glide smoothly when in motion. Without treatment, this friction can wear on the cartilage and the eventual bone-on-bone rubbing that causes pain, swelling, and inflammation.

Is Osteoarthritis Preventable or Curable?

Approximately 80%-90% of those aged 65 have osteoarthritis from daily wear-and-tear on the joints. By exercising and maintaining a proper weight before you reach your senior years, you may be able to manage symptoms of OA with medications or topical anti inflammatory rubs, knee supports, or physical therapy to reduce your symptoms. There is no cure for OA, but Durolane can help you mange the symptoms before, or until, joint replacement is required.

Before You Undergo an Injection of Durolane

Your doctor should be informed of other medical conditions or allergies you have. List any OTC or Rx drugs you currently take or use, including herbal remedies and dietary or vitamin supplements. This will help your doctor or rheumatologist determine if Durolane is the right treatment for your situation. Treatment with Durolane may be repeated if you start experiencing joint pain and inflammation again.

Precautions Regarding Durolane

Consult with your doctor before starting other treatments after the Durolane injection that involves either oral or topical medicine, so there are no questions whether an adverse reaction may occur during this time. Continue with your activities as directed by your doctor.

Possible Side Effects of Durolane

  • Pain at the injection site
  • Infrequent increase in inflammation of the treated joint
  • Temporary pain or stiffness of joint post injection

Other Joint Treatments Similar to Durolane

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