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My mother is suffering from rheumatoid arthritis in its early stage. She is 56 years old and her knees hurt. Doctor said that it is just a beginning of RA, and beside NSAID meds, he recommended Synvisc shots for arthritis. This is a bit radical for us, because these shots are given directly into the knee. Does this treatment really help? Will it work?

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Synvisc shots are ideal for the early RA. The regenerate and replace the material in the joints that is destroyed or damaged by this illness. These shots are preventing ends of the two bones in the joint colliding and damaging in the process. I think that you should try with this form of therapy, it might seem a bit discomforting but it is possible for the pain to be gone after the first shot.
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