Steroid injections 'don't hasten progression of knee OA'

Patients can be reassured that the treatment will not precipitate the need for surgery, researchers say

AusDoc brings you the latest news from the American College of Rheumatology virtual congress 2020.

Corticosteroid injections to relieve knee osteoarthritis pain aren’t linked with any more likelihood of needing total knee replacement than use of hyaluronic acid, a conference has been told.

In the wake of a recent cohort study suggesting a three-fold higher risk for progression of knee osteoarthritis (OA) with corticosteroid treatment,