Cortisone vs. Ozone injections

Pain-relieving steroid shots are commonly used for knee arthritis although they only provide short-term benefits and do not slow the progression of the disease. Could ozone injections be a better solution?

 

Studies were presented this week at the American College of Rheumatology's annual meeting in San Francisco discussing steroid injections as well as Ozone injections.

One study found that a popular therapy, steroid drug injections, do nothing to slow progression of osteoarthritis in the knee.  Another shows that injecting Ozone gas into the knee helped more than injecting air alone. 

Follow this link to read more on these findings http://www.health24.com/Medical/Arthritis/Knee-Pain/how-effective-are-steroid-shots-and-ozone-injections-for-knee-arthritis-20151117

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