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Knee osteoarthritis injection treatment ranges from a one-time injection to weekly injections for 3-5 weeks. Pain relief usually takes 4-12 weeks. The treatment's been shown to last for up to several months. You can get it as often as you need to.

SOURCES: The Cleveland Clinic Department of Orthopaedic Surgery. Arthritis Foundation.

Reviewed by David Zelman on January 12, 2017

SOURCES: The Cleveland Clinic Department of Orthopaedic Surgery. Arthritis Foundation.

Reviewed by David Zelman on January 12, 2017

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