Joint Injection Clinic

Tired of joint pain taking the enjoyment out of life?

Joint Injection Clinic

Tired of joint pain taking the enjoyment out of life?

Around 1 in 3 people in the UK live with a musculoskeletal condition such as arthritis, back pain, knee pain and more.

People living with joint pain can experience negative effects on their quality of life and can find it has serious repercussions on their daily activities. 

Joint pain is often accompanied by swelling, aches, stiffness and fatigue, all of which can vary in severity. Commonly affected areas include the hands, back, neck, hips, or knees, while some conditions can cause pain in multiple areas of the body.

A non-invasive, long-term treatment for joint pain.

Today, there are multiple treatments on offer to help alleviate joint pain symptoms. Depending on severity, the NHS typically treats joint pain with changes to lifestyle, medications, or even surgery. These treatments, while effective, may take time to relieve symptoms and can also mean long recovery times.

At Parkside Health, we offer an alternative and easy treatment for joint pain. Our range of joint injections are selected to relieve the symptoms of many types of musculoskeletal conditions. 

We are here to help you take your life back. 

 

Fast-track your joint pain relief

No more lengthy NHS waiting times. We offer a quick and efficient solution to treating joint pain, so you can swiftly get back to your day-to-day routine.

Our expertise

Our specialist doctors have the knowledge and experience to deliver exceptional care for your condition. After a thorough examination, your doctor will provide a diagnosis (unless further testing is required) and determine the most suitable joint injection for you.

Our Range of Injections

Our specialist doctors have the knowledge and experience to deliver exceptional care for your condition. After a thorough examination, your doctor will provide a diagnosis (unless further testing is required) and determine the most suitable joint injection for you.

Steroid Injections

Steroid injections work to alleviate inflammation of the joint that can be caused by conditions such as osteoarthritis. This type of injection provides both pain relief and swelling reduction.

PRP Injections

Using your own blood cells to help promote healing, PRP (platelet-rich plasma) is injected into an injured or diseased part of your body to accelerate the healing of damaged tendons, ligaments, muscle, bones and joints. This type of injection is proven to significantly reduce pain and improve functionality and movement.

Hyaluronic (HA) Injections

Ideal for individuals suffering with osteoarthritis, Hyaluronic injections mimics the body’s natural lubrication for joints. This type of injection facilitates normal movement of the treated joint.

Arthrosamid® injections

Arthrosamid® injections are a new and effective treatment to help treat pain and stiffness associated with osteoarthritis, inflammation of joint and tendons, bursitis, nerve compression and tendon Injuries. An innovative, non-surgical treatment choice, Arthrosamid® is your number one choice for pain, stiffness and disability of knee osteoarthritis.

Based on an ingenious, non-biodegradable hydrogel technology, Arthrosamid® is 97.5% water, with 2.5% being a cross-linked polyacrylamide backbone. After years of research and development, Arthrosamid® has been designed to relieve you from pain, improve knee flexibility and restore movement, letting you get on with enjoying the life you deserve. When injected into the knee Arthrosamid® cushions the joint and reduces pain, providing safe and prolonged pain relief, all with one injection!

For more information visit the official Arthrosamid® page.

Click here to access an informative PDF on Arthrosamid®.

Our process

At Parkside Health, we pride ourselves on the excellence of our service, providing high-quality private care to each and every one of our patients. 

Simply book in your appointment through our online form, email, or telephone and receive your care at your convenience. 

Unless further testing is required, you can receive your treatment during your first visit to our clinic. 

For steroid injections, expect relief of symptoms for the affected area approximately day 3 to day 5 after treatment. 

For Hyaluronic injections, symptoms are expected to subside around 4 weeks after treatment of the affected area.

Conditions we treat with injections

AC Joint Sprain

Located between the top of the shoulder blade and collarbone, this joint injury can cause reduced movement and severe pain. 

Achilles Tendonitis 

A condition in the Achilles tendon that causes inflammation and pain within the joint, typically caused by overuse.  

Ankle Pain

Pain located in the ankle that can be caused from injury, overuse, or other related conditions. 

Ankle Sprain

Typically caused from a sudden and awkward movement of the ankle and can cause the ligaments surrounding the ankle to stretch or tear.  

Arthritis

A condition affecting the joints that causes pain, swelling and reduced movement of the area.  

Biceps Tendon Injury

An injury to the tendon resulting in a tear or swelling, typically caused by heavy lifting, or falling onto the arm.  

Bursitis

Caused by repetitive movements that leads to pain and swelling of the joints.  

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

A condition affecting the wrist caused by pressure on the median nerve resulting in numbness, tingling and pain.

Costochondritis

Inflammation of the sternum (the cartilage that connects your breastbone to your ribs). 

Degenerative Disc Disease

Caused by deterioration or breakdown of one or more spinal column discs that results in pain.  

Discogenic Low Back Pain

Low back pain caused by intervertebral disc injury.

Elbow Pain

Pain located in the elbow that can be caused from injury, overuse, or other related conditions.  

Foot Pain

Pain located in any part of the foot that can be caused from injury, overuse, or other related conditions.

Frozen Shoulder (Adhesive Capsulitis)

An inflammatory condition that causes a reduction in range of movement, discomfort, and stiffness in the shoulders. 

Golfer’s Elbow

Often caused by repetitive movement in sports activity which leads to inflammation of the elbow tendons.  

Groin Strain

Pain in the groin area caused by overstretching or injury of the muscles.

Hip Pain

Pain located in the hip that can be caused from injury, overuse, or other related conditions. 

Iliotibial band pain syndrome

Pain located on the outer part of the knee, often caused by repetitive movement or exercise.

Jaw Pain (TMJ)

A condition that causes pain and stiffness to the jaw area.

Knee Pain

Pain located in the knee that can be caused from injury, overuse, or other related conditions.

Ligament Injury

Overstretch or tear to a ligament.

Low Back Pain

Pain located in the lower back that can be caused from injury, overuse, or other related conditions.

Meniscus Tear

A tear to the cartilage located within the knee.

Metatarsalgia

A condition located within the ball of the foot that causes pain and inflammation.

Neck Pain

Pain located in the neck that can be caused from injury, overuse, or other related conditions.

Nerve Injury & Palsy

Damage to a nerve that can cause pain, burning, tingling or numbness to the impacted area.

Osteoarthritis

A degenerative joint disease that causes joint pain and stiffness.

Patellar Tendinopathy 

A condition of the knee caused by small tears to the tendon and results in pain.

Plantar Fasciitis

Inflammation of the heel bone that causes severe pain.

Post Hip Replacement Pain

Pain located in the hip caused by a hip replacement procedure.

Quadriceps Tendinopathy

Inflammation of the tendons within the quadriceps caused by repeated stress that results in pain.

Rotator Cuff Injury

Sometimes caused by repetitive movements resulting in damage to the rotator cuff (located in the shoulder) tendons.

Sacroiliac Joint Pain (SI Joint Pain)

Inflammation of the area where the spine meets the pelvis that causes pain and discomfort.

Sciatica

Pain that stretches from the lower back down the back of the leg towards the foot caused by pressure on a nerve.

Shin Splints

Pain located along the shins caused by repetitive stress to the area.

SLAP Lesion

Injury to the cartilage located around the shoulder joint socket.

Slipped Disc

Where the tissue between bones within the spine has shifted causing pain and restricted movement of the back.

Swollen Knee

A build-up of fluid and white blood cells, resulting from injury. 

Tendon Injury

Damage to a tendon caused by repetitive stress or one-off incidents.

Tennis Elbow

Inflammation of the tendon located in the elbow, often caused by overuse.

Thoracic Back Pain

Back pain that radiates into the chest resulting from compression of a thoracic spine nerve. 

Thumb Sprain

When the ligaments supporting the thumb are stretched over their breaking point. 

Trigger Finger

Caused by the swelling of a tendon in the fingers or thumb, resulting in partial or fully restricted movement.

Wrist Sprain

A stretched or torn ligament in the wrist