Knee pain is managed by rest or oral medications, When those stop working most common next management is — typically a steroid, such as cortisone, or a gel. While those work, they have relatively short-term results. Joint injection management approach lasts from anywhere from 1 to 3 months, so it is not really built as a long-term solution. The only long-term solution for Osteoarthritis is knee replacement, & is recommended for people with severe, symptomatic OA, it involves Anaesthesia, hospital stay, prolonged recovery and rehabilitation time.
Genicular artery embolization, is a new procedure performed by interventional radiologists that reduces pain and other symptoms by decreasing inflammation.