Has anyone had any experience of the Arthrosamid knee injections? I have been reading about them and they seem to be effective but unfortunately not yet on the NHS. From the sound of it they would be very helpful for those not ready for knee replacements, but not within reach for many as yet. 😢



  • frogmorton
    frogmorton Member Posts: 28,887

    Morning @Nickyp

    Sounds interesting I agree but....

    I googled this and couldn't find any information from the NHS or Versus Arthritis any sort of unbiased if you know what I mean and did you see the price?!!

    both knees £5000😮

    Such a lot of money and no unbiased reviews yet.

    Personally I'd be watching and waiting - it is still cheaper than a replacement so I would think the NHS would start using it if it works.

    Take care

    Toni x

  • Nickyp
    Nickyp Member Posts: 6

    Yes, the price seems crazy! Hopefully the NHS will take it up If it proves good.

  • frogmorton
    frogmorton Member Posts: 28,887

    Lets cross our fingers🤞

  • JD1
    JD1 Applicant Posts: 2

    I know this is an old thread but has anyone tried Arthrosamid yet?

    I had my right knee treated with this exactly one year ago and have been disappointed with the results. I'm a bit concerned about the way it was administered to be honest. I did not receive a local anaesthetic and the consultant did not use ultrasound when injecting my knee. According to the makers of Arthrosamid both are required when administering the injection. I now don't know whether the poor results are down to the product or the way it was administered. I would love to hear from someone else who has been treated with Arthrosamid.